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#51 - Are you retarded? How are you getting six people?  [+] (12 replies) 09/04/2016 on Some Deep, Relevant Shit -3
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#54 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
I told you already how I got the six people. Your short term memory loss is going to negatively impact your life if you don't get it taken care of. But here, I'll run it by you again and this time I went and found the court papers to determine how many people were in these class action lawsuits.

The first three students are dissatisfied, as reported by the NYT. They didn't file any complaints or lawsuits. The other three were the main clients of the lawsuits against Trump University. That brings the total up to six dissatisfied participants. Now, having taken a look at the court papers it would seem that the first class action suit had three others aside from the main client cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/opinions/2013/04/17/11-55016.pdf , which would bring the total to nine. The second one has an additional seven names www.trumpuniversitylitigation.com/Content/Documents/Cohen%20Complaint.pdf , though it is still open for more to join. That brings the total up to 16.

Using publicly available information, we can only confirm 16 people were dissatisfied with Trump University.

How is that a scam, again?

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#58 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Also the fact that the court ruled that they were operating illegally. But totally not a scam.
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#55 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Sorry, it was hard to sift through all your bullshit. That is terrible logic though. Read my other replies. His attorneys created that 98percentapproval website.
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#57 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Did you actually look at the website or just have a spasm thinking about the possibility that it might not be bullshit? It provides the surveys that were taken, organized by year starting in 2007. Look at it.
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#78 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
You haven't proven anything. Pretty sure I proved it was a scam through the court judgement that they were operating illegally as a university.

Those surveys were not done anonymously. Do you actually think students would criticize the university when their names were attached to it? That alone is pressure enough not to tell the truth.
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#68 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
The surveys were not anonymous. Who the fuck cares what they say? Read the politifact article I linked. The students felt pressured into giving positive reviews, and at the time the reviews were done they were still students, and still were hopeful they would get what they were promised. Trump clearly lied about "hand picking" the staff.
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#71 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
The only source for the "students felt pressured" thing comes from the NYT and that only came from the three students they found that were dissatisfied. Yeah the reviews were done while they were still in the program but that isn't nearly as important as you think.

Everything you are saying right now is to try to defend your statement that Trump University was a scam. I have verified that it wasn't a scam. You can try to nitpick every tiny thing in a vain attempt to justify yourself, but at the end of the day you lost. It wasn't a scam. 16 verifiable complaints, over 10,000 actual participants. Only sources against Trump University are incredibly biased and un-verifiable.

Do you have anything else to prove that it was a scam?
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#63 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Post limit.

Yeah...do you know what bias is? Do you know how easy it is to make a survey say what you want?
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#65 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Go look at the surveys. Look at them. Don't tell me about them, go look at them. Read the responses. You have over ten thousand surveys to choose from. Go in there, look at the questions, the possible answers, and the answers given. You need to give up on this idea you have where I am the one that needs to be educated on this because so far you're the only one who's been wrong.

Browse through some of the surveys and get back to me on the bias topic. Tell me how the attorneys from 2007 rigged the surveys to give Trump a bias for his 2016 lawsuits.
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#61 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
I did, and then I fact checked it and found it was created by his attorneys. You clearly didn't look into it yourself.
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#59 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Created by his attorneys. You mentioned how the New York Times is biased earlier? Don't tell me that you're the only one that gets to claim bias.
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#62 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
You dumb cocksucker there are thousands upon thousands of survey that went into that. Every student to go through Trump University took a fucking survey and it was collected. The data is there, for you to see. You can go through the pdfs and read every opinion from every person to go through the fucking program. It is verifiable data being presented. Are you trying to tell me that because the site was made by his attorneys that suddenly the entire site is discredited?
#48 - Yeah, a strawman is when you argue something else other than w…  [+] (15 replies) 09/04/2016 on Some Deep, Relevant Shit -3
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#49 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Are you really still ignoring the six people statement? Are you completely retarded? What is your handler's name?
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#52 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
"Oh only 6 people came out publicly and said they thought it was a scam. That means only 6 people thought it was a scam."

What kind of fucking mongoloid logic is that?
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#51 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Are you retarded? How are you getting six people?
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#54 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
I told you already how I got the six people. Your short term memory loss is going to negatively impact your life if you don't get it taken care of. But here, I'll run it by you again and this time I went and found the court papers to determine how many people were in these class action lawsuits.

The first three students are dissatisfied, as reported by the NYT. They didn't file any complaints or lawsuits. The other three were the main clients of the lawsuits against Trump University. That brings the total up to six dissatisfied participants. Now, having taken a look at the court papers it would seem that the first class action suit had three others aside from the main client cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/opinions/2013/04/17/11-55016.pdf , which would bring the total to nine. The second one has an additional seven names www.trumpuniversitylitigation.com/Content/Documents/Cohen%20Complaint.pdf , though it is still open for more to join. That brings the total up to 16.

Using publicly available information, we can only confirm 16 people were dissatisfied with Trump University.

How is that a scam, again?

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#58 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Also the fact that the court ruled that they were operating illegally. But totally not a scam.
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#55 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Sorry, it was hard to sift through all your bullshit. That is terrible logic though. Read my other replies. His attorneys created that 98percentapproval website.
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#57 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Did you actually look at the website or just have a spasm thinking about the possibility that it might not be bullshit? It provides the surveys that were taken, organized by year starting in 2007. Look at it.
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#78 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
You haven't proven anything. Pretty sure I proved it was a scam through the court judgement that they were operating illegally as a university.

Those surveys were not done anonymously. Do you actually think students would criticize the university when their names were attached to it? That alone is pressure enough not to tell the truth.
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#68 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
The surveys were not anonymous. Who the fuck cares what they say? Read the politifact article I linked. The students felt pressured into giving positive reviews, and at the time the reviews were done they were still students, and still were hopeful they would get what they were promised. Trump clearly lied about "hand picking" the staff.
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#71 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
The only source for the "students felt pressured" thing comes from the NYT and that only came from the three students they found that were dissatisfied. Yeah the reviews were done while they were still in the program but that isn't nearly as important as you think.

Everything you are saying right now is to try to defend your statement that Trump University was a scam. I have verified that it wasn't a scam. You can try to nitpick every tiny thing in a vain attempt to justify yourself, but at the end of the day you lost. It wasn't a scam. 16 verifiable complaints, over 10,000 actual participants. Only sources against Trump University are incredibly biased and un-verifiable.

Do you have anything else to prove that it was a scam?
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#63 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Post limit.

Yeah...do you know what bias is? Do you know how easy it is to make a survey say what you want?
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#65 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Go look at the surveys. Look at them. Don't tell me about them, go look at them. Read the responses. You have over ten thousand surveys to choose from. Go in there, look at the questions, the possible answers, and the answers given. You need to give up on this idea you have where I am the one that needs to be educated on this because so far you're the only one who's been wrong.

Browse through some of the surveys and get back to me on the bias topic. Tell me how the attorneys from 2007 rigged the surveys to give Trump a bias for his 2016 lawsuits.
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#61 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
I did, and then I fact checked it and found it was created by his attorneys. You clearly didn't look into it yourself.
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#59 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Created by his attorneys. You mentioned how the New York Times is biased earlier? Don't tell me that you're the only one that gets to claim bias.
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#62 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
You dumb cocksucker there are thousands upon thousands of survey that went into that. Every student to go through Trump University took a fucking survey and it was collected. The data is there, for you to see. You can go through the pdfs and read every opinion from every person to go through the fucking program. It is verifiable data being presented. Are you trying to tell me that because the site was made by his attorneys that suddenly the entire site is discredited?
#46 - Lol. The people defending Trump University have busi…  [+] (1 reply) 09/04/2016 on Some Deep, Relevant Shit -3
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#70 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Yes, give me all your red thumbs. Red thumb everything you don't want to hear. Fucking cucks.
#44 - You were just making a strawman arguement. My point was that h…  [+] (19 replies) 09/04/2016 on Some Deep, Relevant Shit -3
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#47 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
>"Do you have a source that says most students were satisfied?"

Bruh, there's a source for that in the fucking wikipedia article. Do you even know what you're talking about at this point or are you just pulling my leg by giving me mainstream meme arguments here? I'll throw you a bone and give you the link here that is within the wikipedia article just so you don't have to go back and try to find it. www.98percentapproval.com/

But do you know what a strawman argument is? Or is that a buzzword you picked up on from plebians who never took a course on logic or critical thinking in their lives? I didn't misrepresent your argument in the slightest you fucking mongoloid. I refuted your fucking point by pointing out that only six people weren't satisfied with Trump University. Are you fucking dense? Do you now know what that means? It means your statement was fucking wrong. It wasn't a scam if only such an incredibly tiny amount of the participants felt slighted. Or do you just not know what a scam is?
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#53 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
"Trump’s attorneys have created a website called 98percentapproval.com "

www.factcheck.org/2016/03/trumps-defense-of-his-university/

You actually believe that shady ass website? God you are gullible as fuck.
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#50 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
The problem is that you think only 6 people claim it was a fraud. You don't seem to know what a class action lawsuit is.
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#48 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Yeah, a strawman is when you argue something else other than what was being argued. Instead of arguing my point that he screwed people out of his money, you started to argue whether or not lawsuits against Trump University caused it to go defunct. That is a strawman.
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#49 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Are you really still ignoring the six people statement? Are you completely retarded? What is your handler's name?
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#52 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
"Oh only 6 people came out publicly and said they thought it was a scam. That means only 6 people thought it was a scam."

What kind of fucking mongoloid logic is that?
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#51 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Are you retarded? How are you getting six people?
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#54 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
I told you already how I got the six people. Your short term memory loss is going to negatively impact your life if you don't get it taken care of. But here, I'll run it by you again and this time I went and found the court papers to determine how many people were in these class action lawsuits.

The first three students are dissatisfied, as reported by the NYT. They didn't file any complaints or lawsuits. The other three were the main clients of the lawsuits against Trump University. That brings the total up to six dissatisfied participants. Now, having taken a look at the court papers it would seem that the first class action suit had three others aside from the main client cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/opinions/2013/04/17/11-55016.pdf , which would bring the total to nine. The second one has an additional seven names www.trumpuniversitylitigation.com/Content/Documents/Cohen%20Complaint.pdf , though it is still open for more to join. That brings the total up to 16.

Using publicly available information, we can only confirm 16 people were dissatisfied with Trump University.

How is that a scam, again?

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#58 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Also the fact that the court ruled that they were operating illegally. But totally not a scam.
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#55 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Sorry, it was hard to sift through all your bullshit. That is terrible logic though. Read my other replies. His attorneys created that 98percentapproval website.
User avatar
#57 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Did you actually look at the website or just have a spasm thinking about the possibility that it might not be bullshit? It provides the surveys that were taken, organized by year starting in 2007. Look at it.
User avatar
#78 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
You haven't proven anything. Pretty sure I proved it was a scam through the court judgement that they were operating illegally as a university.

Those surveys were not done anonymously. Do you actually think students would criticize the university when their names were attached to it? That alone is pressure enough not to tell the truth.
User avatar
#68 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
The surveys were not anonymous. Who the fuck cares what they say? Read the politifact article I linked. The students felt pressured into giving positive reviews, and at the time the reviews were done they were still students, and still were hopeful they would get what they were promised. Trump clearly lied about "hand picking" the staff.
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#71 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
The only source for the "students felt pressured" thing comes from the NYT and that only came from the three students they found that were dissatisfied. Yeah the reviews were done while they were still in the program but that isn't nearly as important as you think.

Everything you are saying right now is to try to defend your statement that Trump University was a scam. I have verified that it wasn't a scam. You can try to nitpick every tiny thing in a vain attempt to justify yourself, but at the end of the day you lost. It wasn't a scam. 16 verifiable complaints, over 10,000 actual participants. Only sources against Trump University are incredibly biased and un-verifiable.

Do you have anything else to prove that it was a scam?
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#63 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Post limit.

Yeah...do you know what bias is? Do you know how easy it is to make a survey say what you want?
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#65 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Go look at the surveys. Look at them. Don't tell me about them, go look at them. Read the responses. You have over ten thousand surveys to choose from. Go in there, look at the questions, the possible answers, and the answers given. You need to give up on this idea you have where I am the one that needs to be educated on this because so far you're the only one who's been wrong.

Browse through some of the surveys and get back to me on the bias topic. Tell me how the attorneys from 2007 rigged the surveys to give Trump a bias for his 2016 lawsuits.
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#61 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
I did, and then I fact checked it and found it was created by his attorneys. You clearly didn't look into it yourself.
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#59 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Created by his attorneys. You mentioned how the New York Times is biased earlier? Don't tell me that you're the only one that gets to claim bias.
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#62 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
You dumb cocksucker there are thousands upon thousands of survey that went into that. Every student to go through Trump University took a fucking survey and it was collected. The data is there, for you to see. You can go through the pdfs and read every opinion from every person to go through the fucking program. It is verifiable data being presented. Are you trying to tell me that because the site was made by his attorneys that suddenly the entire site is discredited?
#41 - What difference does it make? The original point I made was th…  [+] (25 replies) 09/04/2016 on Some Deep, Relevant Shit -3
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#43 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Also nice "what difference does it make" right there. Really selling me on that "I hate Hillary too" you introduced yourself with. Totally.
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#44 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
You were just making a strawman arguement. My point was that he screwed people out of their money. The court found that Trump University was operating illegally as an unliscenced university. Please tell me how this behavior is acceptable. Do you have any sources that say most students were satisfied?
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#47 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
>"Do you have a source that says most students were satisfied?"

Bruh, there's a source for that in the fucking wikipedia article. Do you even know what you're talking about at this point or are you just pulling my leg by giving me mainstream meme arguments here? I'll throw you a bone and give you the link here that is within the wikipedia article just so you don't have to go back and try to find it. www.98percentapproval.com/

But do you know what a strawman argument is? Or is that a buzzword you picked up on from plebians who never took a course on logic or critical thinking in their lives? I didn't misrepresent your argument in the slightest you fucking mongoloid. I refuted your fucking point by pointing out that only six people weren't satisfied with Trump University. Are you fucking dense? Do you now know what that means? It means your statement was fucking wrong. It wasn't a scam if only such an incredibly tiny amount of the participants felt slighted. Or do you just not know what a scam is?
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#53 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
"Trump’s attorneys have created a website called 98percentapproval.com "

www.factcheck.org/2016/03/trumps-defense-of-his-university/

You actually believe that shady ass website? God you are gullible as fuck.
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#50 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
The problem is that you think only 6 people claim it was a fraud. You don't seem to know what a class action lawsuit is.
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#48 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Yeah, a strawman is when you argue something else other than what was being argued. Instead of arguing my point that he screwed people out of his money, you started to argue whether or not lawsuits against Trump University caused it to go defunct. That is a strawman.
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#49 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Are you really still ignoring the six people statement? Are you completely retarded? What is your handler's name?
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#52 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
"Oh only 6 people came out publicly and said they thought it was a scam. That means only 6 people thought it was a scam."

What kind of fucking mongoloid logic is that?
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#51 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Are you retarded? How are you getting six people?
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#54 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
I told you already how I got the six people. Your short term memory loss is going to negatively impact your life if you don't get it taken care of. But here, I'll run it by you again and this time I went and found the court papers to determine how many people were in these class action lawsuits.

The first three students are dissatisfied, as reported by the NYT. They didn't file any complaints or lawsuits. The other three were the main clients of the lawsuits against Trump University. That brings the total up to six dissatisfied participants. Now, having taken a look at the court papers it would seem that the first class action suit had three others aside from the main client cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/opinions/2013/04/17/11-55016.pdf , which would bring the total to nine. The second one has an additional seven names www.trumpuniversitylitigation.com/Content/Documents/Cohen%20Complaint.pdf , though it is still open for more to join. That brings the total up to 16.

Using publicly available information, we can only confirm 16 people were dissatisfied with Trump University.

How is that a scam, again?

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#58 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Also the fact that the court ruled that they were operating illegally. But totally not a scam.
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#55 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Sorry, it was hard to sift through all your bullshit. That is terrible logic though. Read my other replies. His attorneys created that 98percentapproval website.
User avatar
#57 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Did you actually look at the website or just have a spasm thinking about the possibility that it might not be bullshit? It provides the surveys that were taken, organized by year starting in 2007. Look at it.
User avatar
#78 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
You haven't proven anything. Pretty sure I proved it was a scam through the court judgement that they were operating illegally as a university.

Those surveys were not done anonymously. Do you actually think students would criticize the university when their names were attached to it? That alone is pressure enough not to tell the truth.
User avatar
#68 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
The surveys were not anonymous. Who the fuck cares what they say? Read the politifact article I linked. The students felt pressured into giving positive reviews, and at the time the reviews were done they were still students, and still were hopeful they would get what they were promised. Trump clearly lied about "hand picking" the staff.
User avatar
#71 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
The only source for the "students felt pressured" thing comes from the NYT and that only came from the three students they found that were dissatisfied. Yeah the reviews were done while they were still in the program but that isn't nearly as important as you think.

Everything you are saying right now is to try to defend your statement that Trump University was a scam. I have verified that it wasn't a scam. You can try to nitpick every tiny thing in a vain attempt to justify yourself, but at the end of the day you lost. It wasn't a scam. 16 verifiable complaints, over 10,000 actual participants. Only sources against Trump University are incredibly biased and un-verifiable.

Do you have anything else to prove that it was a scam?
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#63 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Post limit.

Yeah...do you know what bias is? Do you know how easy it is to make a survey say what you want?
User avatar
#65 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
Go look at the surveys. Look at them. Don't tell me about them, go look at them. Read the responses. You have over ten thousand surveys to choose from. Go in there, look at the questions, the possible answers, and the answers given. You need to give up on this idea you have where I am the one that needs to be educated on this because so far you're the only one who's been wrong.

Browse through some of the surveys and get back to me on the bias topic. Tell me how the attorneys from 2007 rigged the surveys to give Trump a bias for his 2016 lawsuits.
User avatar
#61 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
I did, and then I fact checked it and found it was created by his attorneys. You clearly didn't look into it yourself.
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#59 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Created by his attorneys. You mentioned how the New York Times is biased earlier? Don't tell me that you're the only one that gets to claim bias.
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#62 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
You dumb cocksucker there are thousands upon thousands of survey that went into that. Every student to go through Trump University took a fucking survey and it was collected. The data is there, for you to see. You can go through the pdfs and read every opinion from every person to go through the fucking program. It is verifiable data being presented. Are you trying to tell me that because the site was made by his attorneys that suddenly the entire site is discredited?
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#42 - elvoz (09/04/2016) [-]
You said it got shut down by lawsuits. It didn't. It had one lawsuit and shut down later of its own volition. Whoever put that into the wikipedia article was bullshitting and you were bullshitting for trying to use it. It has since been under two lawsuits, but those aren't related to it shutting down like you tried to suggest.

Likewise it didn't screw students out of their money. It screwed idiots out of their money who didn't know what the program was. Most of the students were satisfied. The source where people claim that Trump University bullied its students into giving it positive reviews comes from the heavily biased New York Times, who only drew a sample of three former students to make that claim. Only three.

So if we really wanna get technical, we have physical proof that only six former students of Trump University were fucked over or generally weren't happy with the program. That a scam?
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#46 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
fortune.com/2016/06/02/ex-students-defend-trump-university/

Lol. The people defending Trump University have business ties to him.
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#70 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Yes, give me all your red thumbs. Red thumb everything you don't want to hear. Fucking cucks.
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#45 - beardgasm (09/04/2016) [-]
Ok, so the wikipedia article was wrong about the lawsuits shutting it down. My point still stands.