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She also can't pronounce bodegas, despite the doctorate in education. https://t.co/y1Lz1tDjrF
— Harmeet K. Dhillon (@pnjaban) July 12, 2022
Well, we can summarily reject this candidate.
I think you should reconsider.
What? Her thesis is one sentence: “Me a docter.”
But it is very well researched.
What!?! She misspelled ‘doctor.’
You obviously didn’t look at the footnotes.
Footnotes? It’s one sentence!
Yes. There are 132 notes. Note one is a copy of her marriage certificate. The rest are descriptions of every grant and payment to the university from the US government. You should pay special attention to note 22.
Hmmmm…On further consideration, I think you’re correct. Doctorate granted. I do have one question, though. What are we going to do if someone wants to look at her thesis?
No one’s going to do that.
Still, if someone looks at it, we could be in trouble.
Okay, okay. Get a paper from one of your other students and slap her name on it. No one will be the wiser.
But I just teach undergraduates.
So what? It’s a doctorate of education, who cares?Published in