Huffington Post – At a Montana beauty school, for less than $10,000 you’ll learn to trim pubic hair, and then get expelled. That’s what 17 students and employees at Dahl’s College of Beauty in Great Falls charge in a federal lawsuit filed on Tuesday, according to Courthouse News Service. The complainants, all women, accuse beauty school owners Douglas and Barbara Daughenbaugh of incompetence and failing to address sexual harassment allegations. The lawsuit claims that the two would charge $9,950 a head for classes, then abruptly expel students and keep the pay. In one of several instances of alleged sexual harassment at the college, an instructor allegedly forced students to trim her pubic hair, and then use the tainted trimmers on customers. ”Among the offensive and unwelcome conduct included, inter alia, the instructor publicly exposing her genitals, exposing her buttocks and requesting that students examine a boil to see if it could be extracted, requiring students to wax her pubic hair, using a student’s trimmers and wax stick to trim and wax her pubic hair that were, upon information and belief, then used on customer haircuts,” the 10-page complaint charges.
Listen you know how many things I learned in college? How many things I can say I actually learned in a classroom in college and still to this day can remember it? One. One piece of intelligence.
B.R.I.C. – Brazil, Russia, India, China. Newly advanced economic countries.
And Fordham cost like 800 grand a year. My point being that if you come away with once piece of knowledge, one piece of intelligence, or one skill at all from all your years of education, thats pretty much par for the course. So if you go to beauty school and all you learn how to do is trim and wax some chick’s pussy, then I consider that money well spent. I mean a HUGE part of being beautiful these days is having a nice pussy. So before you go through with this lawsuit and cause a big stink, just remember that pretty much the entire population can only pinpoint 1 or 2 things they learned in school.
PS – I was seriously struggling to come up with one nugget of info I learned in college as I was writing the blog so I asked around to see what other people came up with. I asked the dynamic duo of Kmarko and Feitelberg and my roomate Greg. “Name one thing you learned in college” The responses I got were:
Feitelberg: i legitimately dont think i learned anything