Thursday, March 17, 2011 5:53:34 PM
yes, she speaks like a valley girl, which did make me want to punch her through the screen. But I just re-watched it, and never did she claim to be speaking on behalf of UCLA. She was stating her opinion, on specific people around her and the irritating behaviors they possess. Also, if you think she is "below average" you have a very high opinion of "average" She's just a stupid college kid. Big whoop. it didn`t have to turn into some big scandal or anything.
Thursday, March 17, 2011 9:35:00 AM
@Serpentchick: She went wrong by assuming to speak for all of UCLA. Plus, the dumb, blonde, valley-girl BS way of talking makes her sound like a drating fool. Her inflection, tone and sophomoric qualities show signs that she is not a good candidate for higher education or responsible free-thinking. She is a below average little brat of a girl who needs to learn temperance and gain some wisdom. How she made it into UCLA or any college for that matter is a testament to a screening process failure.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 7:31:04 PM
I don't get what was so wrong with what she said. She could have put it better, but it`s not racism to be mad at the SPECIFIC asians that are performing irritating things, like talking on the phone in the library. And it could be an actual correlation that the student who do talk in the library, and the students who`s family come and do their chores, are asians, because of cultural differences. Is it racist for me to dislike the particular african americans who like to yell the N word on the bus? I don`t hate all black people, and it`s fairly obvious (at least on my bus) that it is ONLY black people doing it, does that make me racist? I don`t think so.