Thursday, March 09, 2006

Computer Science 101 ...

posted by The Vidiot @ 7:58 PM Permalink

Suffolk University professor accused of pornographic violation
BOSTON -- A Suffolk University professor is under investigation by university officials following accusations of alleged pornographic misconduct.

According to Emily XXXXXX, a student in the class, Professor XXXXXX, allegedly watched porn on his computer, which was unknowingly connected to a monitor that was behind him.

The class ended half an hour following the display, and the students never tried to intervene.
Aside from the fact that one could make a good argument that porno and college kids go together like cherries and jubilee, my heart bleeds for Emily.

This poor creature had to endure these images, having them seared into her nubile, young, impressionable brain, until she thought she'd go mad ...

Finally the bell rang, and Emily was able to escape from the classroom and hurried back to her dorm to relive the hideous pressure that had built in her loins.

Horrors! Her roommate was home! She rushed to the showers, but they were occupied also! She knew she would be too loud to risk a stall, so she continued her subcutaneous search for haven, eventually leading back to her room.

Thank god! Her roommate was off the phone and grabbing her purse! Moments after the door shut Emily was under the covers and in touch with her inner self. "Oh, God" she ejaculated, and swooned with incredible pleasure.

But with incredible pleasure came incredible guilt. And the next day, realizing the cause of her evil thoughts, she ratted the prof out.

Poor Emily.


At 8:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Vidiot is presents an innacurate and incomplete version of this event.

At 10:55 AM, Blogger The Vidiot said...

I didn't write it. I think this was an accidental posting by one of the other bloggers, but thanks!

At 5:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Given that this posting is inaccurate, incomplete, and perhaps accidentally posted, wouldn't it be best to apply discretion and compassion and remove the post? Or, at least the names of the student and professor?

Freedom of speech is a wonderful thing, but comments based on erroneous, partial information are merely hurtful expressions, made worse when they linger on the Web well after they've served the blogger's momentary interest.


At 6:51 AM, Blogger The Vidiot said...

I honestly don't even know how you found it. It's 2 years old.

I'll check it out myself and at least fix what's wrong.

At 11:21 AM, Blogger The Sailor said...

1) I posted it. It was just a quirky story and snarking on it tickled my fancy. It still does.

2) When we had to go to new blogger all previous posts' authors were converted from the individuals moniker to The Vidiot's. She had no part in this.

3) Anonymous, please provide follow up links that prove your allegations. Honestly, if I'd known about this I wouldn't have changed anything until you did. Getting anonymous comments alleging that the post was inaccurate and hurtful doesn't impress me. Show me the facts.

4) Did the station retract its story? The only times full names were mentioned was in quoting the article.

5) Did you also contact all the national media that covered this story, including Keith Olbermann and ask them to go back in time and censor themselves?

6) After further research I stand by my post. Emily was the only student that complained, she tipped the station, she got a professor suspended, the professor had to hire a lawyer, I stand by my snark. I was making fun of the student, and it seems she deserved it.

The Vid is a much nicer person than me. Personally, I wouldn't have changed a thing.


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