Tuesday, October 22, 2013

U of A Likely to be Sunk Into Hell Portal Thanks to U of A D.A.B. Facebook Page

Is it crass collegehumor of cyber bullying? More at nine.

Posted By on Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 5:29 PM

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Most of you are looking back at your college years and thanking the technology gods that pagers were the extent of social media.

Approximately seven days ago a Facebook page called U OF A DABS started and has taken the campus like a Mt. Lemmon wildfire. The like page is currently sitting 2,685 likes and growing. According to our U of A interns "DABS" is term regularly used if someone is being a "drunk ass bitch." The 21 year-old told this to me while chuckling like it's common knowledge. I have never felt so proud of getting older in my life. The whole point of the page is to publicly dismay U of A (mostly under age) students when they are "blacked." I wonder how long it's going to take for this site for it to be pulled down after this post, or maybe society finally stopped caring about these cookie cutter sites.

I hate to encourage this but this might be a great opportunity for a caption contest:

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What do we do? Shy a blind eye or report it?

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