Football Factories Sweatshops. A D-1 football player - Ohio State, to be exact - whines that college athletes are an "exploited" class. Nosireebob.
Poor baby. A liberal grumbles because Rep. Roger Koopman is also serving on the Montana House Education Committee with Chair Rick Jore. Rog is not only on the committee, he's also the vice-chair of it.
Shades of Sore Loserman. Hysterics have launched a petition against Jore-Koopman. Live up to the hype, homeguys, and rock their world!
Honest Oprah in the Pretty Long Dress. Regarding the criticism she's received for opening the luxurious school for girls in South Africa, Ms. Winfrey had this to day: "I became so frustrated with visiting inner-city schools [in the U.S.]. The sense that you need to learn just isn't there. [In America] if you ask the kids what they want or need, they will say an iPod or some sneakers. In South Africa they don't ask for money or toys. They ask for uniforms so they can go to school." As uniforms go, those are attractive ones.
Say what? Leave it to Mr. Dutcher to discover a higher ed outrage that could be described, in polite terms, as "exotic."
Update: Since I brought up the 'exploited' player, Tammy's blog entry reminds me that the team Ohio State will be playing for the national champonship is the Florida Gators whose backup QB is homeschooled hunk (according to the young ladies) and otherworldly-centered, Tim Tebow.