10 Responses to Nick Kristof of NYT talks with UO SAIL students

  1. Anonymous says:

    Occasionally people posting in the comments here criticize UO Matters for wasting time his time on this blog. In reality he is a superhero — doing serious and interesting research, founding and running the SAIL program, and uncovering the misdeeds of the UO administration. And he’s pretty nice guy with a terrific sense of humor.

    • Anonymous says:

      Those who the unmasked UOM agree.

      I won’t mention how much I love it when blog readers criticize blog writers for wasting time. If anything, aren’t the readers contributing less utility. (Exceptions, of course, are Jim Bean and Randy Geller, who both seem quite able to destroy utility when they write. Oh, and Gottfredson doesn’t write… he just speaks.)

    • Anonymous says:

      Those who know the…

    • UO Matters says:

      I deleted a bunch of comments from the usual Bean/Frohnmayer defender. Repost them with your name, some actual information, or at least try to make them rhyme.

    • Anonymous says:

      In ‘The Dark Knight’ many people thought Batman had gone bad. But by the end of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ it was clear to everyone that Batman was a true superhero. Just like Batman, UO Matters is going to step on some toes occasionally — ask the Joker (or Jim Bean). Turning over rocks around UO and exposing what’s underneath — evil or pure — is a thankless job. Gotham sleeps better tonight with UO Matters on the job.

    • Usual suspect says:

      There once was a sick Prof named Bill,
      To smear any name was his thrill,
      Muckraker he’s not
      Though he sure costs a lot,
      Soon enough he’ll be in for a spill!

    • UO Matters says:

      Much better, thanks.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s the Riddler! Turn on the Bat Signal!

    • Anonymous says:

      One correction: Gottfredson doesn’t speak – he just moves his mouth.

  2. "Texas Guy says:

    Saw a bunch of SAIL students in bright t-shirts on campus the other day, they looked happy and excited. Glad to hear the program is going so well, it’s a wonderful contribution on the part of UOM and others.

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