“I’m Schmacked” – Celebrating Campus Life

It seems there is a whole video series dedicated to highlighting  the “party scene” at various colleges throughout the country, called  “I’m Schmacked.”  I warn you the language and music lyrics are foul and disgusting.  The behavior of the students is also vile. 

It’s amazing that college campuses are quick to censor and punish any conservative leaning student for their ideas and viewpoints, yet allow these videos to be posted.  It appears that some of them are at least partially filmed on campus, so the colleges should have some control over their use.  Also, while some of the students in the video may be of legal age for alcohol consumption, I am sure that many are under 21.  Do these schools not have a student ethics code?

Alcohol use by college students is frequently a catalyst in many student sexual assaults, violence and injuries, and alcohol related deaths.  So how is it that this kind of thing is celebrated so openly?  The students in the video don’t seem to mind one bit that they are being recorded and easily identified.  I wonder if their parents know.

I’ve long felt that many colleges and universities allow this behavior to go unchecked as a sort of reward for students who submit to the liberal indoctrination.  I think that’s why so many college kids are liberal Democrats.  Wanna bet at least 95 % of them are Obama voters?

 

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2 Responses to “I’m Schmacked” – Celebrating Campus Life

  1. Virginia Astley says:

    I think you are in fact over-sensoring the public. Just because you do not wish to participate or agree with the actions exhibited doesn’t mean you have the right to look down upon or call for reprimanding of such behavior. The posting of these videos is part of the American right to freedom of speech/ expression, when you start censoring something like simply the action of drinking and dancing how much further will it go? Your argument is full of ad hominem and overall false equivocation and generalization, maybe you need to open up your mind a bit more, and look at your own words and actions before condemning those of others.

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  2. PennyThawtz says:

    That’s nice, dear.

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