I have been lectured to by yahoos in diapers pretending as if they are real journalists. All that I can say is that I am unimpressed by many of the Notre Dame followers who only see all things Notre Dame. Thomas Aquinas did not attend Notre Dame and I believe that he did fine. St. Ignatius Loyola was not a Notre Dame graduate and I believe that he also accounted for himself in a remarkable manner. Would you like me to continue? Have I made my point in a very persuasive yet parsimonious manner? Perhaps not for those of you with the ultimate learning disability; ignorance.
I really appreciated Courtney’s Feministing blog about Lizzy Seeberg. Courtney’s blog was not an excuse blog. The kind that says, “Let me see, what kind of excuses and limping analogies might I use to protect my school?” Those lame limps have come in the form of federal laws, the Duke Lacrosse case and other inane events that have no relationship whatsoever to Lizzy’s case. As I delve further, it appears that the rumor mongers on that storied campus are busy working Lizzy’s reputation over in hopes of meeting their nefarious needs. They are, in effect, rewriting the life of Elizabeth ‘Lizzy’ Seeberg so that it more closely conforms to their lies and innuendo. Hate me if you want, I am but the messenger. Assaults on me may make the least of you feel better but they do nothing to quell the mounting call for Notre Dame and its
punk male culture to wise-up and hold itself accountable.