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  • Replying to @Reuters

    Pisses me off that they have to go over and above the abundant privilege they already have. Why not just buy their kids degree outright and bypass the University all together. Why not just be brazen about it!

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    The parents should've just bribed the school directly with a donation. Completely legal.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    I'd be ok making all these kids compete in a televised triathlon and winner gets to stay in school.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    Everyone knew stuff like this was happening. Why aren’t personnel and staff that accepted these bribes being exposed? Are they good to just keep doing it?

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  • DC2Slow
    10 days ago

    Replying to @Reuters

    Did she bend it like Beckham?

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    They needed to be recruited athletes because their grades and test scores couldn't get them in. Athletes hae lower standards. The cost was for the scam.

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  • Replying to @Reuters

    And that’s new how they paid for it? Really? They cheated, lied and there is no way a kid that came in on a sports team didn't know they weren’t athletic. Sailing on a ship doesn’t count. Make them pay.

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