Don’t seem the little darlings have a problem with communistic disarming of Texicans whole learning the finer techniques of enduring asexual orgasms with huge multicolored dildos.
Well, at least they are learning SOMETHING at UT.
Use Liberal amounts Of KY Jelly when inserting huge dildos into their anal cavities perhaps?
General Robert E Lee who did not like slavery, which was still ongoing in the USA’s Northern Sates AFTER the confederacy no longer existed and no slaves remained in the South, OR USA terrorist troops gang raping little Southern Children & their mothers to death, Black & White, Burning Grandpas & Grandmas to death in their own Homes, Stealing everything, digging up the dead to rob, gang raping minister’s daughters because their fathers prayed for their country and leaders as the Bible Commanded.
Wonder if the reason the SA is taring down his Statues is because he objected to slavery or USA Terrorist “soldiers” Gang Raping Little Children To Death.
They don’t teach this true history at UT, but hey, the little darlings learn the fine details of maneuvering a huge dildo into their body cavities!
The Ole Texican Dog!
‘UT hired consultant for up to $1.1 million to revamp battered image of ‘Eyes of Texas’ song’
As outrage swirled among University of Texas at Austin students last fall over the school’s alma mater, “The Eyes of Texas,” and its early association with campus minstrel shows, President Jay Hartzell made a classic higher education decision: He organized a committee.
This one, he said, would include 24 Longhorn athletes, historians, professors and students who would investigate and “chronicle the full history of ‘The Eyes’ and recommend ways we can openly acknowledge, share and learn from it.”
But by the time the group released its final report in March, a new name had quietly been added to its ranks: Brad Deutser, a Houston consultant who helps organizations with everything from company culture to crisis communications and branding.
In fact, UT-Austin had hired Deutser and his company to two contracts worth up to $1.1 million to revamp the image of the alma mater, along with broader organizational projects including a new communication and engagement strategy for the university, and defining “what it means to be a Longhorn,” according to copies of the contracts obtained by The Texas Tribune through an open records request.
Ultimately, the committee’s report concluded the intent of the song was “not overtly racist,” and could not find primary documents that tied the phrase to Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, as previously asserted by some members of the school community.
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