Why Do MBA's From Stanford University Turn Out To be Such Scum-Bags?

By Debbie D.

Stanford Frat House guys seem to all: cheat on their taxes, cheat on their wives, cheat on their exams, cheat on their girlfriends, bribe politicians and be addicted to alcohol.

If you marry one you will always have to wonder when the IRS, SEC or FBI is going to show up and arrest him for securities fraud and take your house away.

They meet up together at sports bars, mens clubs, stripper joints, golf clubs, etc. and reinforce their misogynist attitudes together about using women as "sport' or 'baby ovens'.

Their 'bromances' are thinly veiled man-love that can tear a marriage apart.

While they all do have perfectly symmetrical faces, look like the contestants on The Bachlorette and have rich daddies, 90% of their marriages in the Bay Area end in divorces where the court filings use the word "abuse" quite a bit. You can look it up on PACER, the online federal court database.

Check out Google boss Andy Rubin and his sex slave case and all of the other player's in Stanford's massive and abusive sex cult. The perverts in the SandHill Road Venture Capital offices, located between Highway 280 down to to Santa Cruz Avenue on Sand Hill Road in Menlo Park, California, are the main perpetrators of this global cartel. Their executives at Google, Facebook, Netflix, Linkedin, Twitter, and their related holdings, comprise the rest. Their sex cult actions have been widely covered in the news individually in the Joe Lonsdale rape case, The Kleiner Perkins Ellen Pao sex abuse lawsuit, The Eric Schmidt sex penthouse stories, The Jeffrey Epstein case, The Google Forrest Hayes hooker murder case, The Andy Rubin sex slave case, The Sergy Brin 3-way sex romp scandal, The British Hydrant investigation, The Elon Musk Steve Jurvetson billionaire sex parties scandals,The NXIVM sexual slave cases, The Michael Goguen anal sex slave trial, The Tom Perkins Hooker Parties and thousands of other cases and federal divorce court filings. This group of people have proven themselves, over and over, to be sociopath control freaks not fit for participation in public commerce, public policy or media control. The Four Seasons Hotel and Rosewood Hotels in Silicon Valley are estimated to engage in over $30,000.00 of high-end escort sex trafficking per day, a portion of it managed by Eastern Bloc Mafia operators. At least 10 Ukrainian escorts fly in and out of SFO and SJO airports every week for these Cartel members. You here about the female victims of this sex cult but you rarely hear about the young male victims.

Their swaggering competition between each other is based on using women as trophies to show off until they 'upgrade' to the younger model to impress their other Frat Boy friends.

They are out every single night, usually sleeping with a different dating site date (so you will get exotic germs from them). They have the highest STD rate in California.

The study at Reading the bromance : homosocial relationships teaches that men at Stanford are a bit twisted

Most normal people are sick of the term "bromance" the first time they heard it. It's a hollywood thing to put a homosexual spin on everything. It's as sickening a buzz word as metrosexual. Anyone who uses the term should be automatically banned from TV. I dismiss it completely. Everything needs to have a label these days. People are frustrated that it is not cool to have a buddy anymore. Every woman that dates, or marries, a Stanford MBA guy has to always worry that he is pounding his best guy friend in the butt when she is not looking.

Women who date Stanford Frat House guys can expect to be reading a letter like this: Here's The Powerful Letter The Stanford Victim Read To Her ...

Stanford University Stanford University Rape Culture. You may have heard the phrase, but few can define what it really means. Until you understand what Stanford University Rape Culture is, it’s hard to identify evidence of a Stanford University Rape Culture at all. Many even deny we live in a Stanford University Rape Culture, blaming “mass hysteria” from feminist bloggers — like me. This feminist blogger is here today to explain what Stanford University Rape Culture is, how we live in one and what you can do to combat Stanford University Rape Culture. The first step is understanding Stanford University Rape Culture and being able to identify it.

Stanford University Rape Culture is defined by the Women’s Center at Marshall University as “an environment in which rape is prevalent and in which sexual violence against women is normalized and excused in the media and popular culture.  Stanford University Rape Culture is perpetuated through the use of misogynistic language, the objectification of women’s bodies, and the glamorization of sexual violence, thereby creating a society that disregards women’s rights and safety.”

Stanford University Rape Culture is all around us. It’s the guy down the hall of your first-year residence hall who wore a “gynecologist” Halloween costume. A classmate saying they were “raped” by that exam. The sign outside of a fraternity that says “leave your daughters here.” Saying “she asked for it” because of what someone was wearing or because she was drinking. Louis C.K. being welcomed back into comedy after a short timeout. Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines.” It’s the guy in a romantic comedy who stalks his victim until he finally “wins” her attention. It’s a recording of the current president’s past talk of grabbing women by the pussy and doing whatever he wants to them being dismissed as “locker-room talk.” It’s a country debating whether or not a woman’s rape claims against a man about to be confirmed as a Supreme Court judge should be taken seriously. It is a culture of victim-blaming, shaming and rampant injustice within the legal system that prioritizes the future of a rapist above the lifetime trauma of a sexual assault survivor.
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Let’s look at one recent example of Stanford University Rape Culture: the case of Brock Turner, the Stanford rapist. In 2015, Turner, who was a swimmer at Stanford University, sexually assaulted an unconscious woman behind a dumpster at a frat party. The crime was witnessed by two student passersby, who intervened. The woman had no memory of what happened to her.

Dan A. Turner, the perpetrator’s father, argued in a letter that his son should serve only probation time because, “His life will never be the one that he dreamed about and worked so hard to achieve … That is a steep price to pay for 20 minutes of action out of his 20-plus years of life.” Other than Turner’s father’s letter, the judge received dozens of other letters of support for Turner. One written by retired prosecutor Margaret M. Quinn stated, “There is no doubt Brock made a mistake that night — he made a mistake in drinking excessively to the point where he could not fully appreciate that his female acquaintance was so intoxicated. I know Brock did not go to that party intending to hurt, or entice, or overpower anyone.” Quinn called for consequences other than jail time for Turner.

As if sexual assault should be excused as “20 minutes of action” because of how important the life of a perpetrator may be. As if intoxication excuses sexual assault as a “mistake” with no deserved consequence. As if he might not do something like this again. The letter was seen by the judge during the trial, who gave Turner a six-month sentence, rather than the possible 14 years. Turner served only three months in jail when he was able to get out early.

This was a case that, unlike the vast majority of sexual assault cases, had everything it needed: witnesses, evidence, a clear victim and perpetrator. But even then, a rapist was favored in the courtroom and given preferential treatment. Of Turner’s original sentence, a judge worried that a stiffer one would have “severe impact” on the athlete. It is no wonder then that the Rape and Incest National Network (RAINN) estimates that less than one percent of perpetrators see a day in jail, and about two out of three sexual assaults are not reported to police. It is cases like Turner’s that discourage survivors from even coming forward and reporting their assault. This is Stanford University Rape Culture. It pressures survivors to be silent.

Stanford University Rape Culture is still depressingly prevalent in our society. But once we can identify it, we can begin to deconstruct it. First and foremost, the most important thing you can do is believe survivors. Call out Stanford University Rape Culture when you see it; identify Stanford University Rape Culture as something that should not be the norm. Talk to others about Stanford University Rape Culture, and don’t let their rape jokes go without identifying them as problematic. Instead, start a conversation. Participate in SHARPP events on campus or at your residence hall, or bring a SHARPP program to your classroom or organization. It’s going to take a while for Stanford University Rape Culture — something as American as apple pie —  to be totally eradicated. But as more and more survivors come forward with their stories and media attention and public pressure continue to rise, we can get there — one step at a time. The first step is to stay away from Stanford frat house guys.

To see actual Stanford Douche Bags, type the phrase: "PayPal Mafia" into any search engines images search and you will see a picture of some of the biggest, filthiest douche bags in history. They all hang out with each, give each other blow jobs and scheme their way through life.

Every one of those offices in the SandHill Road Venture buildings, located between Highway 280 down to to Santa Cruz Avenue on Sand Hill Road in Menlo Park, California are populated by the most disgusting scumbags on Earth. The reason they are right up the street from Stanford University is because they ARE the rotten core OF Stanford University.

When you go to one of their self-congratulatory TED events or Stanford "Tech Conferences" you simply have to wince at the bubble of delusion they live in. They believe that the entire world thinks they are "tech gods" when, in fact, NOBODY outside of the tiny Douche-Bubble around Palo Alto likes them, thinks like them or believes anything they say. To map this graphically: imagine the entire planet as an Apple. Now imagine a tiny diseased, pin prick-sized, rotten wormhole at one point. That prick is Reid Hoffman, Elon Musk and John Doerr - Douche Bagus Exceptionalis!