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Law, culture, and Catholicism...up in smoke!

Monday, December 22, 2008

2007-2008 Donor Report: Open Thread

Your snarkiness here. Some of mine to get us started:

Shockingly few grads donated. Anyone wanna do the percentages?

Sonne was pretty cheap, but then he's always asked "What can Ave do for me?" And the devil on his shoulder whispers, "Supreme Court clerkship."

Kessler gave something back. Good karma, like waitpersons tipping well.

Some alumni need to talk to their parents.

Milhizer's opening remarks are disingenuous at best. Actually, hilarious at best. My favorite bits: "in-depth multi-year study" (false, false, and false; a three-fer), "Board of Governors decided" (yeah, right), "relocate ... to southwest Florida" (anywhere in particular in southwest Florida?), "wonderful success story" (yeah, a real fairy tale), "plans are proceeding so well" (well, the plans we decided to follow after scrapping all the original plans), "our mission remains the same" (true- the aggrandizement of T$M continues apace). Ave propaganda are like grandkids: you can't pick just one favorite.

Seriously, can we get a percentage of grad donors? Just an embarrassing turnout.