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Tuesday, June 5, 2007

WVU Degree Ranking by US News and World Report


A degree from West Virginia University surprisingly is worth a crap.

The annual college rankings from US News and World Report were released today and WVU was once again at the bottom. Out of 412 public schools, Couch Burner U. was listed at 411. The only school below the Mountaineers was PSU-Fayette.

Thomas Miller, editor of US News and World Report, stated, "Anyone not from West Virginia who willingly chooses to attend WVU needs to ask their parents if lead paint was used to paint their crib."

"There are two things I would use a WVU degree for," Miller elaborated. "Starting couch fires and wiping my ass."

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Let mw guess.....

Which seat of knowledge do you hail from?

Is it Wilkinsburg, Clairton, Duquesne, Aliquippa or Brownsville?

Anonymous said...

Cheryl Crow says that we should be able to wipe with just one WVU degree.

Anonymous said...

Sheryl Crow thinks you can wipe with only 1 WVU degree.

Anonymous said...

" Let mw guess.....

Which seat of knowledge do you hail from?

Is it Wilkinsburg, Clairton, Duquesne, Aliquippa or Brownsville?"


Other - your mom's glory hole

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