If you’re a Georgia fan, there’s nothing but win in this story.
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They were probably casing the joint for some high-end educational software to sell on the underground Tech black market.
Don’t get too cocky about this. I’m certain that by noon today we’ll have been treated to a Tech fan’s explanation of how this is part of an overall decline in morality that is somehow traceable back to Mark Richt.
It takes a true nerd to want to break INTO a school. Bravo, gentlemen.
Given that I’ve walked past the newspaper stands twice this week and read about one former UGA student who was recently deported to his home country of India for being the leader of a credit card fraud ring involving other former UGA students and another headline today about a UGA PhD student who conspired with waitstaff to steal credit card information…
Glass houses, folks. Glass houses.
Sure, because nothing reflects the persona of the University of Georgia like former students from India and PhD students.
Glass houses blah blah blah, can you come up with something a bit more original than that, please?
The point of this being posted is to show that Tech students f*ck up too. Techies love to talk sh*t about our players and students getting into trouble but never make references to their own getting into trouble. Then they act superior to us because of that. They bring this kind of criticism on themselves. The “glass house” argument has nothing to do with it. These Tech students screwed up and now they are getting criticized for it, end of story.
And for the record, I laugh just as hard when I see a bunch of UGA freshmen mugshots in the Red and Black at the beginning of Fall classes every year. All these folks bring it on themselves.
Well, when you take away the girls, the drinking, the socialization, the safe campus, the desire to be outdoors, and the parties, what the hell else are you going to do in college?
Classic. Love it!
The writer of this story does a couple of wonderful things here.
First, he points out that all three of the accused are Georgia Tech students-even though that doesn’t appear to be any directly relevant to the crime.
Second, he ends the story with this stinger: “I think they said they were going to play on the playground equipment . . . “
“I think they said they were going to play on the playground equipment, but I don’t see how they moved that inside” “They shouldn’t have been there.” “The three “couldn’t really give a good reason for being inside the school at 2:30 a.m.”
“I don’t think they had been in there long enough to do anything,”
Sounds like the Tech students approach school break-ins the same way they approach women.
The best part is that the offense is so…..lame. UGA students get arrested for passing out under the arches or streaking or other college student shit. Techies get arrested for breaking into a chemistry lab.
Or terrorism. Let’s not forget that one.
or try this:
You people! It’s just a group of ganja smokers who lost their way while reenacting their childhood. Then again, everyone knows that the key to the playground can be found in the teacher’s desk.
Senator, please forgive the off-topic nature of this comment,
but I was wondering if there was anything we could do regarding the awful, AWFUL UGA commercials that we’ve had airing during games the past couple of years. I mean, they’ve been so bad, that I’d almost rather have them play Party in the UGA. I wasn’t sure if there was any way that we could collectively write in to the Dept. of Public Affairs and complain or something. Here’s an email I just got on my UGA email address:
“Working with the UGA Office of Public Affairs, a team of film production professionals made up of UGA alumni volunteering their services will create a new PSA television spot for the University. They seek extras to appear in the production. The spot will air during televised football games, basketball games and other UGA sporting events over the coming academic year. The concept for the new spot requires a large and diverse group of people all in line to ring the Chapel bell. The line needs to feel substantial in size and will represent a cross-section of our students, faculty, staff and alumni reflecting different age, race, sex, nationality, etc. In order to pull this shot off, the production team seeks a lot of extras to volunteer a few hours of their time. This is where you come in.
The scene with the long line will be shot on the morning of Thursday, June 16th at the Chapel bell on North Campus. This is strictly a volunteer opportunity so unfortunately we cannot compensate anyone. We hope that a large number of you will show your passion for the University by volunteering your time that day to make this new PSA TV spot something we can all be proud of.
If you are interested, please send an email with the information below to this address: email@example.com We will follow up with specific instructions on what time to show up, where to park, what to wear and what to bring with you. You will also be asked to sign a release so that they can use your likeness in the spot. You will receive a confirmation email a few days prior to the shoot with any weather updates and last minute details.
Thank you in advance for everyone’s help.
Relationship to the University (i.e. student, faculty, fan, etc):
Will you need parking? Y/N”
again, I apologize for being off topic and having somewhat of a long post. I am just fed up with these RETARDED commercials, and it sounds like this year’s one won’t be any different….
AMEN! Looks like a junior high school AV club was hired to do the last one. We have a highly respected journalism school and that’s what we produced???
I’m pretty sure that black chick looking into the microscope graduated in 1979.
2 of them were looking for answers to an upcoming test and 1 was searching for a prom date!
It’s obvious they were breaking in to get a copy of the Triple Option Offense. What better place would you look than a grade school??
My best guess is they were going to take all of the calculators so they could pass them out as door prizes at their next frat part.
“I’m just going to come in, put it the work and get the respect from my teammates and help them do anything I can do to help the team win.” — Tykee Smith, UGASports.com, 4/4/21
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