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CRYBULLIES: College student activists now marching on their own cafeterias, demanding "hydroponic cilantro"

  • Wed, 13 Sep 2017 20:39
(Natural News) What happens when college and university campuses that are run by far-Left academics aren’t far-Left enough? Easy; one day they just implode because they have become too expensive to operate. As reported by The Wall Street Journal, student demands are venturing into the absurd and are now even focused on turning the school...
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