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University of Phoenix admissions exec literally orders somebody killed.
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Authorities say that he ordered his bodyguard to kill a man
Who the hell has a bodyguard? He’s the admissions director of a national federal-student-loan scam, not a freaking rock star.
In a just world, he’d need a bodyguard, but I’m not sure why he thinks it’s necessary in this one.
He’s a fucking heroin addict, and they sure as hell need bodyguards, although they don’t often have them.
Why does a heroin addict need a body guard? Seems to me that heroin addicts mostly need either heroin dealers or drug treatment.
Well, when you send out so many rejection letters . . .
I doubt that they send out very many, at all. Rejected potential loan scamees don’t make any money for the U. Rah, rah.
It was to be a joke :(
I thought it was funny …
Fascinating that this article should appear in a blog called “Inside Higher Ed.” Or perhaps I am mistaken and the blog deals with getting high.
Glad I’m not a Phoenix . . .
I think the symbolism for this story is the “he sold me dirt” part, as regards U Phoenix.
Bodyguarding for Phoenix exec’s is probably part of some internship progam for completion of their long-distance learning diploma’s.
‘You want this bullshit degree?
Come and protect my ass from people who aren’t happy with THEIR bullshit degrees!”
Well I clicked on the link and read the article.
1)This guy is a former admissions exec and had nothing to do with Phoenix at the time….
2)He has been charged….a far cry from your assertion that he is guilty since he has not been tried.
It appears that you, Sir, are the fraud here. Maybe you could get a job at Phoenix. It would be a good fit.
I agree. See what you did to my panties? They are all bunched up now!
My word, some people.
and they say gaining admission harvard is tough………….
He should have gone with a highly regarded non-profit drug dealer, or perhaps a highly regarded non-profit hitman.
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