More Yale classmates come forward claiming Brett Kavanaugh has been lying

Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 11:55 am
As the FBI marches forward with its investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct made against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, a growing cohort of the judge’s former classmates are coming forward with contradictory memories of how the man behaved in his youth.


'belligerent' must have been a very popular word to use then just as Mr. Kavanaugh seems to have been very popular on campus. It is rare to see a D.K.E fraternity 'brother' associating with non 'frat' brothers, especially during times of 'drinking' as most 'frats' often have certain guidelines and rules as to 'association' policies which could be a 'conflicting of interests' to their particular Fraternity.

Why not get in contact with a few of his past 'Fraternity brothers' and ask them? And it is very possible that D.K.E at Yale University had a Sorority Sister 'sister Chapter'.
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Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 12:16 pm
Judge Kavanaugh, 53, denies the allegations of both women, describing the accusations as “smears” orchestrated by Democrats. Before they arose, more than 100 Yale students, alumni and faculty members endorsed his nomination to the high court in an open letter. Separately, 23 Yale Law classmates urged Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation in a letter to the leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee, noting his “considerable intellect, friendly manner, good sense of humor and humility.”

Although he was not a varsity athlete — he was on the junior varsity basketball team and played intramural football, softball and basketball — Judge Kavanaugh hung out with rowdy jocks, many of them members of his fraternity, Delta Kappa Epsilon.

On a liberal campus known for its scholarship, the DKEs stood out for their hard partying and, some women students claimed, misogyny. During Judge Kavanaugh’s time there — 15 or so years after women arrived — some fraternity brothers paraded around campus displaying women’s underwear they had filched, drawing criticism.

The DKE pledge process was widely seen on campus as degrading. An opinion piece in The Yale Daily News in 1986 said that pledges were forced to walk around campus reading Penthouse magazine aloud and yelling lines like “I’m a butt-hole, sir.”

Nearly a dozen people who knew him well or socialized with him said Judge Kavanaugh was a heavy drinker in college. Dr. Swisher said she saw him “very drunk” a number of times. Mr. Roche, his former freshman year roommate, described his stumbling in at all hours of the night.

One night, Ms. Ramirez told The New Yorker, Judge Kavanaugh exposed himself to her during a drinking game in a dorm suite.



When did he ever have time to do his school work?


He also wrote articles about basketball and other sports for the Yale Daily News,[30] and was a member of the fraternity Delta Kappa Epsilon.[31][32] He graduated from Yale in 1987 with a Bachelor of Arts cum laude.[30]

Kavanaugh then attended Yale Law School. In his testimony, Kavanaugh said, he "got into Yale Law School. That's the number-one law school in the country. I had no connections there. I got there by busting my tail in college". During law school he lived in a group house with future judge James E. Boasberg, and played basketball with professor George L. Priest (sponsor of the school's Federalist Society)[33] and was a notes editor for the Yale Law Journal. He graduated with a Juris Doctor in 1990


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Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 12:21 pm
When did he have time...

Kav came from a decently moneyed family. They were likely able to pay people to write his papers (and calender too).
(this is speculation, not written in cement certain)
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Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 12:39 pm
Entering Class Profile:

Statistical Profile of the Class of 2021

•3,546 applicants
•238 new offers
•197 new offers accepted
•83% yield on new offers
•246 net admits1
•203 matriculated
•83% yield on net admits
•48% women
•46% students of color
•27% first generation professionals
•9% first generation college students
•25 average age
•36 states represented
•12 countries represented
•14% directly from undergrad
•45% 1-2 years out
•41% 3+ years out

Range and Distribution of GPA and LSAT Scores for the Class of 2021

GPA: LOW ;25%; MEDIAN; 75%; HIGH
GPA: 3.48; 3.84; 3.92; 3.98; 4.27
LSAT: 154; 170; 173; 176; 180

Members of the Class include:

•White House Senior Policy Analyst

•Rock Climber

•Competitive Slam Poet
•Founder of Peruvian Microfinance Non-profit
•Professional Snowboarder
•Analyst for Education Resource Strategies
•Bollywood Fusion Dancer
•Competitive Chess Player
•FBI Analyst
•Member of the USA Women’s National Field Hockey Team
•Contributors to HuffPost, Frontline, USA Today, The Washington Post, and The New Republic
•Competitive Weightlifter
•Microfinance Policy Researcher in South Africa and Senegal
•Ice Cream Truck Owner and Operator
•Blockchain Developer
•Clothing Designer
•Policy Analyst for MIT’s Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab
•Catholic Priest
•Ultra-endurance Cyclist
•Investigator for NY County District Attorney, Special Victims Bureau
•Bluegrass Musician
•Two White House Speechwriting Interns
•57 Graduate Degrees
•5 Fulbright Research Fellows, 6 Marshall Scholar, 3 Rhodes Scholar, and 3 Truman Scholars
•3 Members of Teach for America Corps
•10 Members of AmeriCorps
•8 Liman Public Interest Summer Fellows
•8 Veterans (2 Air Force, 1 Army, 1 Coast Guard, 2 Marine Corps, 2 Navy)
•4 Eagle Scouts
•6 Marathon Runners and 3 Triathletes


What are the odds of receiving an offer?

3546 applicants with 238 offers?

Uh oh.. Do I see Affirmative Action/discrimination/biasness/preferential suits coming around the corner soon?
Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 12:47 pm
I think it’s quite likely that the Supreme Court, which has a 5-4 conservative bias, will strike down affirmative action. I happen to believe that the concern over affirmative action is way overblown. The percentage of students who benefit from affirmative action at the college level is miniscule. The students who benefit the most from common admission policies are rich students through legacy admits (I wish the court would rule against that practice) and through this hidden and common practice that is illustrated by this article in The New York Times.

If affirmative action is declared illegal, I think it is imperative that schools switch to a class-based admission policy. Students at the lower economic rungs of society should receive preferences from the elite schools, which are essentially the only ones that practice affirmative action. Switching to a class-based affirmative action will eliminate rich students of color who gain entry to schools through this method, which I’ve always thought was unfair.



Am I glad to be in the U.S or am I defiant because I'm in the U.S?
Am I respectful because I'm in the U.S or am I rebellious because I'm in the U.S?
Would I be more glad and less defiant, more respectful and less rebellious if I was not in the U.S?

Within the past 7 years, the U.S has asked this question yet this question seems to be dwindling.

'Why can we NOT represent the U.S Flag nor Church Symbols upon our front Lawns'?
Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 12:51 pm
...has a 5-4...

Currently, this isn't true, as justice 9 has not been approved and seated.
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Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 01:06 pm
That's where ACLU steps in to answer. Although ACLU stands for American Civil Liberties Union, it seems as if it could also stand for: All Countries Longterm Unity.

How to Become an ACLU Lawyer
by Silas Reed

The ACLU Foundation focuses on litigation and communication, whereas the ACLU is centered on legislative lobbying. The stated mission of the ACLU is to defend and preserve individual rights and liberties that are upheld in the Constitution and by the laws of the United States, and its primary tools for doing so include litigation, legislation, and community education. In recent years, the ACLU has reported more than 500,000 members.

Some of the issues that the ACLU vocally supports include full freedom of speech and press, the abolition of capital punishment, the separation of church and state, and the decriminalization of drugs like marijuana, heroin, and cocaine. It has taken a stance on medical matters including access to contraception and abortion, and it has also caused ripples through their work regarding immigrants' rights.

If you are interested in becoming an ACLU lawyer, you will find that your course will originally be very similar to that of anyone who wants to be a lawyer. After getting an undergraduate degree, ideally in something like pre-law, political science, or history, you will need to take the LSAT, the Law School Admissions Test. These scores will determine your acceptance into a good law school, and while some people prefer to take the exam right away, other people prefer to wait a year so they can prepare. After law school comes the bar exam, which needs to be taken in the state in which you intend to practice.

To become a lawyer for the ACLU, you do not need to have a private practice or to be an associate of the law firm. In most cases, the ACLU operates on the goodwill of volunteers. A supplemental income is important, and you will find that there are a number of different ways to divide up your time. When you feel ready, it is time to look up your local chapter of the ACLU, where you will be given an application to fill out.


The stated mission of the ACLU is to defend and preserve individual rights and liberties that are upheld in the Constitution and by the laws of the United States, and its primary tools for doing so include litigation, legislation, and community education. In recent years, the ACLU has reported more than 500,000 members.

How are individual rights and liberties upheld in the Constitution and laws of the United States applicable to every other Country not the United States?

Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 01:25 pm
I'm a college student who is looking for a part time job. I went searching online and found a few. One mentioned that it was a great way to earn supplemental income. Now I'm just wondering what that means. I would love a simple answer. Thanks

Just extra income outside your normal job.
If you work 30 hours a week at best buy to pay the bills, may be you get a job for 15 hours a week at burger king. This would be supplemental income.
Typically supplemental income is just some additional funds earned through a means that is different from your normal income stream.


To become a lawyer for the ACLU, you do not need to have a private practice or to be an associate of the law firm.

In most cases, the ACLU operates on the goodwill of volunteers.

A supplemental income is important, and you will find that there are a number of different ways to divide up your time.

When you feel ready, it is time to look up your local chapter of the ACLU, where you will be given an application to fill out.

Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 01:32 pm
The Need For Pro Bono

The need for legal services among the poor is overwhelming. According to an American Bar Association study, at least 40% of low and moderate-income households experience a legal problem each year. Yet studies show that the collective civil legal aid effort is meeting only about 20% of the legal needs of low-income people.

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Are there pro bono lawyers in the M.Kavanaugh case/hearings?

One whose profession is to give legal advice and assistance to clients and represent them in court or in other legal matters.


A person who is legally qualified and licensed to represent a person in a legal matter, such as a transaction or lawsuit


What is the 'average' cost for a CourtRoom hearing? Aren't everyone involved losing 'work' hours, besides the attorney(s)? Is it the duty of President Trump to call 'quits' to this or has he been trying to?

Is Mr. Trump just too advanced to be the President of the United States? Not 'young' enough? So if it was not Mr. Trump, then it would have been Mrs. Clinton.

Mrs. Clinton has already been libeled and slandered against with the false allegations of her 'child prostitution ring' association.

Would Mrs. Clinton have been able to survive and dredge through any upheavals that may have been thrown at her, such as the 'child prostitution ring' allegations coming from within the Federal Administration?
Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 01:53 pm

(scary 'eyeing')


Is this 'trust' being shown to the U.S leaders on the part of Mrs. Clinton?

Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 02:00 pm
I wonder.. What could have made the U.S come to strange conclusions of any sort of possible 'collusive' associations with/of being 'immoral' for this to have occurred?

'Let us get Mrs. Clinton 'drunk' and we will have an easier time'?

What would have made these persons think of 'getting' anything 'over' the possible future President to begin with? What were they hoping for and/or what might have they been expecting?

But why such strange thoughts that has been seen by millions?

What kind of 'pre knowledge' might they have placed their futures upon?
And from where was this 'pre knowledge' being coming out from? From whose mind(s) did these persons place the well being of their lives and the lives of all who were involved, upon?

Hallucinatory ones?

What can cause 'hallucinations'??

Yaba is considered to be even deadlier than pure Meth, its counterpart more popular in the western hemisphere. Incidentally, Yaba has already made its entrance into the United States.

The Yaba pills come in pretty colours of dusky rose, green, red and orange. Placed in a palm, they look innocent enough, like pencil-eraser sized pieces of candy, – something a child would love. Closer inspection will show that there are imprints of these alphabets “R” or “WY” which tell you that what you’re looking at is the drug called Yaba – which is set to become, if not already, Thailand’s most abused drug after heroin.

Also called “crazy medicine” in Thailand, Yaba is a mayhem mix of Methamphetamine (Meth) and caffeine which is shaped into a circular bright-colored pill.

The Yaba pills come in pretty colours

Meth is also known as “Nazi Speed”, a reference to its widespread use (under the brand name “Pervitin”) by Hitler’s men during World War II. Malaysians would know it better by its street name, Shabu.

In 2005, that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration said it had seized at least 12,000 Yaba tablets from mail facilities throughout the nation, manufactured by a single foreign organization.

Call it what you may, the names do nothing except to claim more fans. The fact that it is sometimes flavoured – grape, vanilla and orange – and referred to by the Thais as “chocalee” helps with its popularity among children young as 10 years old.


On 16 June 2016, the National Council for Peace and Order, the military junta ruling Thailand, stated that it was planning to decriminalise ya ba in the country.

Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 02:19 pm
Yaba pills




Sweet Tarts candy




Reply Tue 2 Oct, 2018 02:30 pm
What else causes 'hallucinations'?

High trafficked city living. There are a lot fewer cases of 'hallucinations' in non citied places than in city places, given they stay off the 'drugs'.

Sometimes it's called, 'taking a vacation in the 'wild' outback'.

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bing.com search 'Yosemite National park'

rental cabin(s) in Yosemite National Park


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