Degrees Awarded by the University of Dubious Internet Studies
The third degree awarded by the University is Kim Weitschat Roose, who like the Red Queen is able to believe six impossible things before breakfast. In a single three-line post she included six pieces of mis- or disinformation, and when questioned provided a half dozen or more pieces of dubious material. For unparallelled devotion to the cause of misinformation, she is awarded this degree.
The second degree awarded by the University is to Laura Klukowski-Sims, whose confidence in what she finds on the Internet is worthy of the highest standards of dubious Internet surfing. Her specialty is believing that every case of effects from COVID vaccines reported to VAERS is absolutely accurate, despite the CDC’s foolish statement to the contrary. We hope that her degree will enable her to apply for and obtain a job with the CDC that will enable her to persuade them of their errors. Her motto: “If I find it on the Internet, and I agree with it, it’s true!”
The first degree awarded by the University is to “Dino Ricciuti.” The name is in quotation marks because the University suspects that he is in fact an invention of “Yalies,” named after the university students who used to invent wild problems to send to Ann Landers in the hopes she would take them seriously. “Dino Ricciuti” purports to be a concrete mixer who is a self-taught expert in epidemiology, public health, and Internet research. In any event, either his creative research or that of the Yalies has earned him our diploma.
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