Interesting Google Search about McGill and Concord

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Subject: Interesting Google Search about McGill and Concord
1. If you type "McGill sucks" (in quatation), you will get the first result this forum

2. Again, if you type, "Concordia Rules," this forum will still be the first result.

CONCLUSION: The only place where Concordians can claim that Mcgill sucks while Concordia rules is here on this anonymous forum. lol.

[08-12-2006,06:16]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Interesting Google Search about McGill and Concord)
mwahahahaha. sucks for Concordians...
[08-12-2006,06:16]
Anonymous
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McGill fanboy needs to get laid instead of jacking off on those business magazine rankings.

Can you picture McGill fanboy holding up a copy of Businessweek or FT, and telling the manager at a job interview that he?s entitled to the position because his school?s MBA program ranks higher than the other job candidates. LOL. What a loser!

Also, Mcgill fanboy continously refers to MBA rankings when he?s not even in the MBA program. Get a life! Go get laid!

[08-12-2006,06:28]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Interesting Google Search about McGill and Concord)
LMAO!!!
[08-12-2006,13:02]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Interesting Google Search about McGill and Concord)
life sucks, doesn´t it?
[08-12-2006,14:38]
Anonymous
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We don´t need to tell the manager... he already knows about McGill. Concordians IF they get an interview, especially outside Montreal, have to explain what JMMB means and that Concordia has a business school etc etc... hahahaha

Concordians are McGill rejects!

The fact that they keep talking about John Molson as if people outside Montreal knew about it it´s just plain hilarious!!

[08-12-2006,14:46]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Interesting Google Search about McGill and Concord)
Like CIBC, scotiabank and BMO.

Do a search.


[08-12-2006,19:23]
Anonymous
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Yes, and Concordia´s chancellor is also the chairman of Royal Bank. He´s also a Concordia (Loyola) graduate.

[09-12-2006,04:18]
Anonymous



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