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Florida Atlantic University is quite obviously the worst place in the United States to attend college. The school’s claim to fame — after last month, anyway — is that the administration tried to punish a student who expressed discomfort with a professor’s assignment to stomp on a piece of paper bearing the word “Jesus.”
Turns out, Florida Atlantic has problems that are a lot bigger than a little Jesus-stomping.
Take wackadoodle communications professor James Tracy, for example. As The College Fix reports, Tracy has taken to his personal blog, Memory Hole, to question official accounts of the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings. In the blog, which isn’t affiliated with FAU, Tracy argues that the amount of damage captured on video cannot be reconciled with the homemade bombs that authorities say caused the damage.
More likely, the tenured professor says, what happened in Boston was a “mass casualty drill.” In an April 23 posting entitled “Witnessing Boston’s Mass Casualty Event,” Tracy contends that “photographic evidence of the event suggests the possibility of play actors getting into position after the detonation of what may in fact have been a smoke bomb or similarly benign explosive.”
Originally posted by HomerinNC
This guy takes the cake in nutso teachers
I wanna hear him tell to the over 200 injured and the families of the 3 dead, that this was all a sham, a drill
total moronedit on 4/24/2013 by HomerinNC because: (no reason given)