Moonbats: The Penguin Prof Is Giving Advice To Your Kids

Here is your daily dose of moonbattery. This woman thinks she is giving good advice. What she is really doing is spouting gushy, unicorn laden pap. In the process she demeans blue collar workers who “Work with their hands”.

If you can make it through the video you will have a peek into the alleged minds of leftist academics.

There are no answers here. She tells the story of a man who went through training at Yale to become a doctor. At the end of the training he decided to become an organic farmer. “He had a lot of debt” she says but doesn’t tell us what he did about it.

Also, “Pretend you don’t need money” is part of her advice. That is the opposite of preparing young people for life.

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3 Responses to Moonbats: The Penguin Prof Is Giving Advice To Your Kids

  1. Frank in Texas says:

    This woman appears to be in her 40′s which means she should be acting like a person of that age. Instead her mannerisms are those of someone in their teens. Her ideas also reflect that age group too. I’m sorry but I don’t think I would be taking any advice from someone who appeared like this much less spouted the pap and crap that is coming out of her piehole. Not only is the left a bunch of children they act and look like a bunch of children.

  2. Matt says:

    Swell advice. Those taking her advice to pretend that they don’t need money might also want to learn how to pretend that they can pay the mortgage, feed a family, and put gas in the car.

  3. Locke n Load says:

    Uh oh. Looks like the good professor got so much heat for her idiocy she removed the video from the interboobs, lol.
    Fruitloop commie dogooder morons. Living off the taxpayer tit sure does insulate you from reality, no?

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