"Do you know how well educated I am?"
She gives education a bad name.
Educated train lady has that "veritable force field of education, . . . " :rofl:
I learned a very appropriate word from comments in the Huffington Post article:
And then there's the commentor with the name throwmamafromthetrain. :rofl:
She's a nutcase.
A "very well educated" nutcase.
And a walking proof that education ≠ intelligence.
Those people are the worst , the education argument is just her particular excuse to think she's better than everybody.You can replace it by "Do you know how much I can bench press?" or "Do you know how much money I make a year" and you have the same kind of person.
Btw , I have to say , this is a hell of a beard you're rocking.
Wait until you've seen him after he's gone for more than a month without shaving.
And I'll bet he doesn't go around saying "Do you know how well endowed my beard is?".
Why do I get the feeling she's a fine arts major from NYC
Hermon Raju was a graduate intern at BNP Paribas recently for a few months, she has an undergraduate degree in politics and a graduate degree in finance and marketing all from NYU.
Well I got the NYC part right! Seriously if you ever come to NYC, this kind of disgusting behavior is rather commonplace. I also love how she's flaunting her education as if she graduated top of her class from Cambridge.
I wish I could understand her colloquial finesse and could comprehend her rigorous logical arguments, but unfortunately I am only a high school student, while she has graduated from a university, and I am therefore incapable of understanding any arguments she puts forth.
This video was cringey. I regret sitting through that. The commentary wasn't even funny.
Yeah, if anything I would rather have seen a clip of the whole thing, had a little chuckle and moved on. But andersons interruptions and not funny-jokes kind of made it like torture.
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