The following is a rebuttal to Lauren's dumbfuck rant.
I almost want to give credit to this girl for spelling everything correctly, but I don't think she even deserves that.
First, this is not a queer website. This is merely a party website that likes to make fun of Tech. I am sure there would
be more websites run by Tech students that make fun of us, but it would be a group project by 20 of your brightest CS majors.
Second, we know you are not actually Lubbock Community College, but you might as well be a community college. We call you
a community college because we don't like to loosely use the word university. With that being said, I have no idea how you
got off on a tangent about ACC students claiming to be UT students. Hell, we make fun of those people just as much as we
make fun of the Blinn students who claim to attend A&M. I could write an entire rant about those people. Next, if you want
to validate your intelligence by saying which schools you were accepted into, make your list a little more impressive. This
may come as a shock to you, but Tech and Baylor are not hard schools to get into. I'll give you a cookie for getting into
UT...if you actually did. Of course, I doubt you did because you somehow got the impression that UT students have some kind
of high school mentality. I guess if you switch the school initials around and stick a "C" in the middle, then you would be
right. On the whole, UT students are pretty laid back. I can't argue with what you said about Baylor. There is way too
much organized religion in that town, and that is just not my thing. Now, it gets to the bad part of your babbling. Maybe
Tech does have real [dumb] people, but I wouldn't say that Tech has bad ass classes. In fact, I don't want to think of any
of my classes as "bad ass." Matt's sex ed class at UT is bad ass, but that is about all. I know a guy at Blinn who trasferred
from Tech that said Blinn classes were much harder than his classes at Tech. Then again, I never figured that the classes
at a Tier 3 college(I use the word loosely here) would be challenging. As far as your parties go, if they really are like
no one has ever experienced before, then does each person only get to go these parties once? I am sure that is not what you meant,
but I will let you in on a little secret: partying happens at every college. The only thing that makes your partying special
is that you have to get used to the smell of cow dung. Finally, I guess you don't visit this site too often because Matt,
who is a student at UT, has already ventured to Lubbock for some partying. He had two things to say about Lubbock: it
smells like cow dung, and the Tech football field looks like a high school field.