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Penn State Stereotypes Soldiers

The Student Affairs office is under fire this week for a video it put up on a Counseling & Psychological Services site about Worrisome Student Behavior. The video blatantly stereotypes veterans as angry and unstable. We’ve embedded the YouTube version for your review below– Penn State already removed the original from its site.

(But first… doesn’t it look like she’s checking out his junk?)

We’ve decided to comment on the video through the highest form of digital discourse– YouTube comments.


Moonbats? Really?


Actually, you’re basing that statement on absolutely nothing. Let’s not fight dumb with dumb yall.


Go nuts, but good luck getting in touch with G-Span.

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