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June 24, 2014

"Had a conversation with a second-year sociology AP [assistant professor]"

Key paragraphs:

Economist 4175: "would someone who believes that markets generate efficient outcomes and that people are paid based on marginal productivity like to explain why sociology APs earn enough to eat in decent restaraunts?"

Economist e832: "It is a public service. Think of how dangerous these people would be outside of academia. Also this is probably cheaper than institutionalizing them."

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John Cunningham

The entirety of the "science" of sociology can be stated in
two brief propositions--
1. Poverty exists.
2. AmeriKKKa SUCKS!!!!
There, now you have a sociology Ph.D.

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