What is UofT's Worst Nightmare?

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Subject: What is UofT's Worst Nightmare?
Student survey of ANY sort.
[31-07-2006,17:34]
Anonymous
(in reply to: What is UofT's Worst Nightmare?)
Suuuuuuuuure.

Tell me, does YOUR school have an anti-calendar?

UofT´s worst nightmare would be to get a bunch of students as stupid as you Yorkies.

[31-07-2006,18:05]
Anonymous
UofT Recalling Entire 2005 Graduating Class (in reply to: What is UofT's Worst Nightmare?)
Just like auto manufacturers recall defective cars, the University of Toronto has anounced a major recall of the entire 2005 graduating class citing mental stability problems that can lead to uncontrolled trolling on some Internet university forums. Symptoms may include depresson and an uncoltrolled urge to bash York University, possibily triggered by seeing some student satisfaction survey. All UofT students with symptoms should contact UofT health services immediately for a complete psychiatric assessment.
[31-07-2006,18:18]
Anonymous
(in reply to: What is UofT's Worst Nightmare?)
UofT´s worst nightmare is if all the other schools had 60,000 students and like 14,000 staff. Then they would have to compete on the same grounds as other schools and wont be abke to bitch about how they do more research
[31-07-2006,19:20]
Anonymous
(in reply to: What is UofT's Worst Nightmare?)
^ dude, you´re retarded. having 60k students isn´t really a good thing. and students aren´t the ones doing research, it´s the faculty, and compared to other schools around the world and in the states, uoft outperforms all of them in terms of research output even with a fraction of their endowments. things are more complex than you realize, yorkie/lakeheader/moron.
[31-07-2006,21:04]
Anonymous
(in reply to: What is UofT's Worst Nightmare?)
^You are pissing in the dark, my friend.
[31-07-2006,21:28]
Anonymous
(in reply to: What is UofT's Worst Nightmare?)
^ ya, no shit. but still, this yorkie needs to learn a few things.
[01-08-2006,02:19]
Anonymous



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