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  1. lilrabbit commented on Luann 8 months ago

    She’s smart enough to know that when she graduates from Yale, she will be about $250,000 in debt, which will prevent her from doing any public interest job. She will have no choice but to sign on as an investment banker, or some other high income job. The peace corp or any other humanitarian or public interest career is out of the question.

  2. lilrabbit commented on Luann 11 months ago

    Purportedly these two spent hours chatting on the interwebs.

    Did they never once talk about their own plans for their own futures?

    Was it all just “Oh Quill, I miss you” “Oh Luann, I miss you too” “Oh Quill, I miss you more” “Oh Luann I wish I was there with you” "Oh Quill …. ad nauseum…

  3. lilrabbit commented on Luann 11 months ago

    Yep, this is the right message for girls.

    Don’t mess around with a boy who has dreams of a future and a clear idea how to get there. Only go for the boys who are willing to completely suppress their own plans and worship you instead.

    Never mind Quill’s remarkable demonstration of competence, his careful planning for the future and his resourcefulness in packing up his life and moving half a world away. He’s not going to be the man for Luann unless he also undergoes radical abrasion of the membrum virile.

  4. lilrabbit commented on Luann about 1 year ago

    Fredd, it’s different with boys. We push our boys out in the world and when they finally fly free it’s a feeling of relief.

    We guard our little girls. They will forever be our little princesses. When they take flight, we have the terrible worry that in our drive to protect them, we have failed to prepare them for the world.

    Mothers are the opposite, thus Nancy is indifferent to the whole Quill thing, she knows Luann can take care of herself, but Toni had to prove herself.

  5. lilrabbit commented on Luann about 1 year ago

    I continue to find it troubling that “everything that matters” to Quill is in the US, despite the fact that in Luanntime, he has spent less than a full year in Pittsville.

    Does he have no friends in Australia? Has he spent the other 16 years of his life being a complete loser only to blossom in the magical presence of Luann?

  6. lilrabbit commented on Luann about 1 year ago

    Apparently Quill is the mayor of Loserville back in Australia.

  7. lilrabbit commented on Luann over 2 years ago

    Luann has never shown the level of effort necessary to get into a school like Julliard. She barely passes Mr. Fogarty’s class among others, and while she did rock West Side Story, that was one show, one semester.

    She can probably get in to State U or Pittsville Community College, but if Greg lets her in to a top flight school, he’ll be sending an utterly false message.

    This needs to end with Luann realizing that she better get off her duff and hit the books, and the rest of her life with about 110% more effort.

  8. lilrabbit commented on Luann over 2 years ago

    The idea that Ox is somehow a bully for not giving the paper back to Ann is complete BS. Ann handed him a legal document, an affidavit, and asked for his signature. It is not a lawn mower. It is a legal document and it belongs to Oxford. PERIOD.

    No matter who typed or prepared the affidavit, it is Ox’s affidavit if it purports to be his statement of the facts, and he is entitled to retain it or share it with counsel and under no circumstances is Ann entitled to demand it back.

  9. lilrabbit commented on Luann over 2 years ago

    Leviticus, Your discription of Knute as a parisite is dead on. There are a number of jobs that require neither intellectual capacity, nor honesty nor even a work ethic, yet would allow him to support Crystal in the style to which she wishes to become accustomed.

    Knute is perfectly suited to run a hedge fund or manage a private equity firm for example.

  10. lilrabbit commented on Luann over 2 years ago

    Little Rabbits prefer the statements of Einstein biographer Walter Isaacson to those of anonymous followers of comic stripts on the internet.