"Perhaps there is a 'variability of aptitude' for decency and professionalism among university faculty." -The Winklevoss Twins in response to Summers' comments. TFM.

  1. ice cold frat

    i can’t decide if i like the letter more or the comments on the “news story” from users suggesting violence against the twins

    13 years ago at 1:11 pm
  2. StayFrattyAlum

    Larry Summers is one of the most incompetent people to walk this earth. Everything the man touches, turns to shit. Lost $2B from the Harvard endowment, was instrumental in ruining the economy, etc……

    13 years ago at 2:14 pm
    1. nubro

      He was still the president of Harvard, a position of prestige and honor that you will never come close to matching.

      This much is true despite no matter how you might resent the Ivy League’s liberal tendencies.

      13 years ago at 11:53 am
  3. Fratman and Robin

    Maybe the Winklevosses should take their 65 million dollar settlement and shut the fuck up.

    13 years ago at 4:10 pm
    1. Frataholic

      It’s hard to be disgruntled with 65mil. I’d take the cash and frat for life. I think the point though is the stock was supposed to be worth 65mil and it’s not.

      13 years ago at 11:19 am
    2. John_Rocker49

      65 million is pennies compared to the 100 bil facebook is valued at who wouldn’t be pissed

      13 years ago at 4:10 pm
  4. CandC

    He’s the fucking president of Harvard. He does not give a flying fuck what two (generally unsuccessful) kids who came back empty-handed from the Olympics think about him. Seriously, all they do is end up in litigation.

    13 years ago at 8:12 pm
    1. The Piker

      64.999 million of that stems from the wealth of their father and a geed’s ability to take a website to levels they could have never dreamed of. How much did they do on their own? Their lawyers got them the money, and their father hired their lawyer for them. Not sure if that is in the movie or not, haven’t seen it. They are just good athletes who are lucky to have the father they do.

      13 years ago at 8:40 am