Monday, November 13, 2006

He's trying to entice you to throw rocks at hives. What does this tell you?

Guy: Hey, did you know that if you get a bee sting in the right place it feels pleasurable?
Girl: (laughing) What?!
Guy: No, seriously, my philosophy prof told us and he's a bee keeper.

-- UCC, overheard by Heather

50 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

which forces the question of where is this right place?

3:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's a metaphor for when chicks start growing breasts. That prof must be quite the pervert!!! Fuckin' bee keeper!

9:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

very mature 9:15...

12:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

12:16 are you seriously talking about maturity? You're on a site which is set up to mock fellow students for saying stupid things. I mean, seriously?

10:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

10:27 bent 12:16 over and made them his/her bitch.

Not unlike how the RICHARD IVEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS bends the rest of Western over and makes it their bitch.

3:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cough.. troll..cough

5:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lol, always a good time when people post stuff just to get an angry reaction

5:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Uh, I was being dead serious with the Ivey comment. As an HBA candidate, I've seen first-hand that wow... Ivey really DOES own Western.

7:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

^ahahaha...

enjoy "bending the rest of western over" now ivey students because at the end of your precious hba you'll be some wannabe big wig's coffee bitch.

hahaha... hail inflated egos!!!

8:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

^ Hahahaha! Hail the FACT that HBAs made an average starting salary of $57 000 versus 30-40k for liberal arts and undergrad science majors!

Suck my soon to be wealthy, well-connected cock bitch!

10:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The power of Ivey cannot be denied.

10:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know what it is about Ivey, but it seems to have the power to transform its students into the most tackily bourgeois caricatures imaginable. Honestly, were I an Ivey alumnus, I'd be mortified by the behaviour of these soon-to-be nouveau riche HBAs...

Money can't buy class or dignity.

10:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ivey's not so great. If it were this all amazing brilliant place everyone says it is...than what the hell are Ivey students doing constantly flooding the OAW comments? Obviously they're regular visiters to the blog, which is a place hat celebrates stupidity...and it seems also a place to celebrate Ivey. Hence Ivey=stupid.

11:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

^ true, but by that logic then any faculty or program that has had its member(s) visit OaW is "stupid".

11:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Westervelt College bitches!!! Future of the world is on our shoulders!!!!

12:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah man, I wish I could go to Ivey so I could pay 18.5 large a year to go to school, and then be a waiter with an HBA.

Yeah that'd fucking rock.

Know why Ivey's graduate employment numbers are so high? Because if you don't get a job coming out of school, Ivey will hire you so they can claim such a high percentage of their graduates get jobs.

Well-connected? I think not.

1:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe an MBA, but Ivey for an HBA is not worth it.
On the other hand, the idea of a "well-connected cock" ...

2:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Begun, the Ivey Wars have.

7:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1:24 - you are a tool, plain and simple.

"...be a waiter with an HBA" LOL... I think you're confusing that with having an arts major. I'm guessing that you haven't seen the HBA placement reports that breakdown where HBAs get jobs by industry. Interestingly, "food services" wasn't on there idiot.

And as someone who is in IVEY, uh... no they don't employ tons of HBAs to fill quotas.

I love morons like you that can't admit the TRUTH to themselves... that Ivey graduates will have more successful careers and make more money than someone with a batshit useless major like "visual arts history and comparative Greek literature".

Ivey rules.

7:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The rich snobs at Westervelt College will dominate Ivey at any challenge presented. But the ultimate challenge we will always win at is Life!! Westervelt: Accelerate Your Success!!!

10:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They need the big salaries so they can buy nice flashy cars...to "compensate"

10:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is it that every thread on this site seems to disentegrate into the vapid, tired discussion over whether or not Ivey rules? Are you kidding me? How are people not tired of it yet? If some asshat from Ivey wants to post a non related comment to get a rise out of everyone else what does it matter?

11:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love morons like you that can't admit the TRUTH to themselves...

"Truth is called hate by those who hate truth"...

11:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:29... who the hell are you? Confucius? Colbert? eitherway, that comment makes you an Asshat

1:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ok ivey... chill out. Just because Science students make more money than you (starting salary for a job requiring a B Sc in Physics was $90G, son.. i saw when i was looking for places to apply) doesn't mean you're inferior. You're mothers still love you.

1:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

^ I'm not an Ivey student, but you're full of shit.

There's no way that the average starting salary for someone with a BSc. is 90k, regardless of the specialization. Even if I believe your claim that you saw a 90k job requiring only a physics major, an Ivey student could easily point out there are iBanking jobs that have after-bonus salaries exceeding a 100k a year. That doesn't mean that every Ivey student will get the three-figure investment banking job.

There's always going to be outliers when we're looking at salaries. The far more important thing to look at is the average salaries. And like it or not, I can confirm the Ivey asshat's statement that HBAs do make on average 15-25k more in their starting salaries.

3:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:29... who the hell are you? Confucius? Colbert? eitherway, that comment makes you an Asshat

No I just saw that on a shirt once. I happened to be wearing it at the time, but still.

7:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

pompous ivey posters make me miss Bob...

...and i really hate Bob...

7:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What if Bob the Ugg Conquerer... was a pompous Ivey student?

8:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

who cares about Bob the Asshole?

10:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everyone does, you sucker

10:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bob rules.

4:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bob says what everyone else is thinking, but no one cares enough to post about.

2:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pre-reqs for IVEY HBA program:
- 80% average first two years
- min. 70% in Bus 257
- having no soul

3:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

^ I'm an HBA and I lol'd, well played.

6:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:13:
The comment about physics was right. What the person failed to point out is how few people actually make it through a physics program to begin with. A friend of mine recently graduated out of a class of 6. So yeah, you are going to make a lot of money, but very few people are smart enough to make graduation.
But salary isn't the be all and end all anyway. I'm going to med school. My brother's studying for his CGA. Depending on what I specialize in, he could end up making a lot more than me, and have less OSAP debt. But he'd still be an accountant, which would bore me to tears, and leave me feeling unfulfilled. I'm ok with having less pay and longer hours if it means I actually like what I'm studying and love my career. I know philosophy majors who feel the same. It's kinda funny that no one ever goes on about how great Ivey is because "it's so much more interesting than everything else" or by how much happier Ivey students are, etc.

7:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Damn straight, 7:38. I'm scoring examplary marks, but I chose English, Philosophy and the like over Ivey because, quite frankly, I'm more interested in it, and it actually poses a challenge - class hasn't bored me ONCE. Besides, businesses and business schools (INCLUDING Ivey, unless I'm mistaken... I don't go looking for entrance requirements and average salaries and such, like you keeners do) require employees and students to be well rounded. That means arts courses, for the lot of you. A retarded orangutan can schmooze with the locals; the big salaries are granted to those who can voice complex thoughts concisely, argue without tripping over their own logic, and (God forbid) actually be able to fucking READ. Certainly many HBAs are thoroughly coherent in this regard, but something tells me 7:22 up there isn't one of them. Oh, a couple more things. Hegel isn't for lightweights, and the several hours of blistering fast writing required to snag even half decent marks on a final usually leaves you with a weird claw-hand syndrome, but don't worry, that'll go away in about 20 minutes. Thought you'd like to know, for when you get around to that Arts credit.

9:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And yes, you grammar bandits. Exemplary is spelled wrong, and there shouldn't be a comma after the word "logic." And yes, I'm aware of the irony, considering my major. Fucking spare me.

9:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

According to recent studies, bee venom therapy can be used in a wide variety of medical situations. Many arthritis sufferers report a significant reduction in inflammation of their joints, asthmatics claim that their breathing improves, chronic back and neck pain sufferers describe improvement in their mobility and finally, multiple sclerosis patients testify that they have increased stability and less fatigue.

So, bee stings can indriectly feel amazing! To all the Ivey's out there, here's a way to make some quick money...start a bee farm.

11:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My dad could totally beat up your dad.

10:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come on... I'm in Ivey and I don't think I'm better than any of you.

I know I'm better.

3:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Okay White Goodman.....

7:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice Dodgeball allusion. It neatly sums up the Ivey mindset.

9:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like honey

10:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

which forces the question of where is this right place?

Apparently the flesh between your thumb and your index finger is one of them.

1:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I’m in Ivey and I have a lot to say about the program. It has its pros and cons. It taught me really good lessons about myself in the past 2 years, landed me a great job recently and it was the most unhappy 2 years I have had in my life so far. To be honest, I was bugged by a lot of my Ivey classmates because of their snobby attitudes, and I personally think that any comment made about Ivey’s superiority over Western students is just wrong. It’s not confidence. Instead, it’s ignorance and so many smart Ivey kids just don't realize it. The ultimate win in life is not about the starting salary and such; it’s about where you are at the end of the journey, it’s about whether you have had the best value and satisfaction both spiritually and financially considering your own goals in life. I have seen many Ivey people cut their ties with their Western friends and firmly believe that they are superior. It’s a sad culture at Ivey; a strong culture to conform to this ego strong mentality and the program office doesn’t recognize this problem. To them, it’s not a problem and they are proud of this strong culture. Having said this, Ivey people are very professional and usually are very hard working and are constantly taking initiatives. There are also a handful (even though still a minority group) Ivey students who have amazingly interesting life experiences and they truly love the case method, the intensity of the program and are happy with Ivey not because of its name but the people that they meet and the cool stuff they are learning. Personally, I wish I could say I really enjoyed my days at Ivey, but that’s not the case so far. However, I didn’t regret the decision I made going into Ivey because I learnt lots of hard lessons that made me go through depression and soul-searching that I otherwise won’t get straightened out at this stage in my life. And the result’s pretty good with my career on track so far. I just wish Ivey could be more diverse and have a much more tolerable culture. I knew many extremely successful non-Ivey people through attending many seminars and guest speaker presentations and I hope my fellow Ivey classmates will eventually learn to take themselves less serious and learn how to not categorize and label people.

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