The Young Privileged Wokie’s


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“As of today, every student deceived, defrauded, and driven into debt by Corinthian Colleges can rest assured that the Biden-Harris Administration has their back and will discharge their federal student loans,” Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said in a statement. “For far too long, Corinthian engaged in the wholesale financial exploitation of students, misleading them into taking on more and more debt to pay for promises they would never keep.” This also includes loans from other universities. Taken from an article published in American Greatness.

You didn’t call me for my opinion or advice concerning your college education?

I would have told you flat out that a degree in Ancient Greek Philosophy wouldn’t get you a job as a grocery checker at Trader Joe’s. Now, after investing five years and $150,000. You work as a fact-checker at FaceBook and think the rest of us uneducated peons should pay off your bloated loan for your worthless degree. You drive an electric car, but can’t go far, so you spend most of your time with your like-minded friends at a coffee shop staring at your phones. Woke-ism is what drives your worthless narcissistic life. You believe Jesus is a plaster statue in your grandmother’s garden. The focal point decor of your crappy apartment is a Hillary Clinton bobblehead, a signed photo of AOC, and a framed picture of Ruth B. Ginsberg.

How’s this Biden thing working out for you?

11 Replies to “The Young Privileged Wokie’s”

  1. I’m hoping Phil that this woke shit is turning. Like when State Farm started to get some strong hate when they did what they did…and the Salvation Army giving out propaganda to eimployees bascially saying all white people are evil.

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      1. Last Sunday I was volunteered by our preacher… he had to miss and I… of all people had to give a sermon. I did it on political correctness… I would have been literally stoned if it would have been outside of the Church. Yes it seems we are Phil… just for being here.

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      2. WP is always having problems. I just went a round with a “happiness engineer” two days ago. My site has been screwed ever since I “upgraded” to “Pro”, a new package for sites, that apparently is on a different server from the main WP server. All of my older, uploaded data has broken links and getting videos to work properly is a nightmare.

        I first talked to them about the issue last month. After that chat ended, I noticed that the WP reader in my Brave browser lost all the icons, meaning, “like” stars & “comment” icons disappeared. So did all the icons that were associated with other words in the window. If I use Firefox, everything is fine. Clearing Brave’s cache does nothing.

        If I upload a video and post it, it doesn’t work in the WP Reader in a browser but, it will work on the WP phone app. If I embed a video from Rumble or Bitchute, it works in the Reader in a browser but, not in the phone app. Only YouTube & Vimeo have WP supported linking but, I don’t have YT or Vimeo accounts to use.

        On top of all that, my actual site is messed up when viewing it on a phone in a browser (not using the WP app). It used to look awesome but, after the upgrade, it’s all whacked out.

        I happened to read another blogger’s battle with the “happiness engineers.” He stated that WordPress had gone the way of a fantastic restaurant. Visionaries come together to create a wonderful restaurant with awesome food, only to move on to other things, leaving the restaurant to people with no vision or drive. The restaurant suffers. The owner of Automattic/WordPress, Matt Mullenweg, isn’t “hands-on” with his product, anymore. The company is now run by “The WordPress Foundation”, meaning third party individuals with no vision…or, apparently, “care.”

        They are still “looking into my situation.”

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      3. Good points. Please make this info a post and hopefully, other bloggers will share it. I continue to have problems with WP, where as in the past years, it ran smooth. Now my WP email sharing is jacked up.

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