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If I may quote myself.

And damned if we don’t have a tradition. Now comes Hoss Willis (not his real first name, but see if you can watch this tv news report about all the people involved in this latest Baylor University story and not conclude that every one of them should be named Hoss) (as in Hoss) which some guys uh these two guys claim done said bad shit ’bout our womenfolk and plus you know blacks and Jews and all…

UD is curious about one small detail. Pussy singular or pussies plural? Here’s what one attorney charges:

“Willis made [a] comment to the effect ‘the reason Baylor has such highly qualified (black) football players is because Baylor has the best blonde haired, blue-eyed…’ and he used a very bad term relating to the young girls at Baylor.”

I’m thinking pussy singular.

UD also likes the way the news report, whenever it mentions that an investigator flew to France, shows us a picture of the Eiffel Tower with an airplane next to it.

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4 Responses to “‘The management structure of these schools is like that dim sum dish, thousand layer cake, only here it’s thousand layer assholes. Art Briles, Ken Starr, Buddy Jones – a whole royal asshole family ran Baylor, and now the place is trying to replace them with less assholery, but we’ve got a tradition here, people.’”

  1. dmf Says:


  2. JND Says:

    “the young girls at Baylor”

    Am I the only one who gets annoyed when adult female college students are referred to as girls? I sometimes hear college men called boys, but it seems to be much more common to hear women called girls. I hear this from administrators, faculty, staff, and students of both sexes. What gives?

    And by the way, I married one of “the best blonde haired, blue-eyed” Baylor women in 1976. I think it’s going to last.

  3. john Says:

    am i wrong to read this as revenge by football interests?

  4. Margaret Soltan Says:

    John: You’re probably right. But the lines of conflict are muddy…

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