|| these walls are paper thin
Adam: by the way, I can't find Dethalbum anywhere
Alan: try searching in the FUCKING AWESOME asile
Adam: I can see how maybe they weren't anticipating "fake cartoon metal band makes incomprehensible songs" to be a smash success, but shit, man, you put Hatredcopter on an album, you're gonna move discs
Alan: maybe they put it under comedy...with...with the other metal albums
Adam: ba dum, tss!
Many of you are privy to the lulzy school I attend, so you'll find it extra funny that they're being, like, mad sued. Three former professors are suing them for wrongful termination, but that barely matters. Where it gets interesting is, apparently they were fired of a list that was compiled of all the inappropriate, unreported, and just plain gaudy spending that the president of the school and his family has been doing with money that comes out of the university's pocket. Not to mention, some allegations that they used the Government department to help with the mayoral campaign of some dude last year, which is in mad violation of the school's nonprofit status. I'm not sure if all the other spending is illegal, but it certainly looks shitty.
All of this is slightly surprising, though in retrospect I'm sure it won't be. See also: http://inharmsway2.livejournal.com/164090.html
The funniest part to me, though, is how they're handling it. They had some mandatory meeting, I'm told, at 11:00PM on Monday to announce the lawsuit and, um, pray. After that, the Internet was down around school. Coincidence theory aside (GOD HAS A PLAN), the Internet is back up there with some key changes. You can no longer access local news sites like Fox23 because... wait for it... they have the lawsuit petition available to read.
Because, as we all know, the best way to solve a problem is to pretend it's not there.
Well, Godspeed. It's straight though, dude. Lucky for them, God wants everyone to be rich. Right?