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Berkeley Professor Gets In Trouble For Telling His Class Discussion Board To "Get Out Of The Bay Area If You Want A Girlfriend"

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I don't know what I envision a near-Ivy League university grade discussion board to look like, but it surely wasn't this. Someone in the comments said "what an absolute Chad of a professor looking out for his students" and I think I agree after reading the context post. You'll be surprised to find out that this in STEM, one of the most rigorous curriculums you could choose to study and basically slave your life away to in school. That was glaringly obvious by the professor's use of "within artillery distance" to describe what he says is a lack of quality of women (and sheer number) in the Bay Area.

It's important to live your truth, and some Berkeley students dug up that this professor is indeed doing so:

And he crushes brews:

This guy fucking rocks. He's just as much an economics professor as the next guy. Simple supply and demand rules apply in dating just as much as they do in whatever liberal education class they're teaching you at Berkeley, so on the assumption this lost computer science student finds this blog, here's the cities with the highest women to male ratio in the US:

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Are you surprised to see the ONE place in the top 17 with the largest gender gap is the exact area that our woke professor was scolded for? And potentially the most terminally online area in the country?

He's since gone dark on social media, but I'm going to leave you with a computer programming quote from Shewchuk that maybe you can apply to your real life:

And as for the fella with trouble in the women department, Go East Young Man. Good luck out there.