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a “hoax,” a “fraud,” and a “perfect storm”

$25M renovation of Phi Psi House
Sweet justice. The verdict has been delivered and Rolling Stone is guilty. Guilty of what you might ask? Guilty of a “hoax,” a “fraud,” and a “perfect storm” as the magazines lawyers characterize it? No, more like guilty of premeditated slanderous libel that not only defamed a former University of Virginia associate dean but the entire Greek System and the University as a whole. The frat boys in the house at the time of the alleged gang rape were prevented from filing a law suite because they were not explicitly named or called out in the hoax/fraud/storm - though they did have to suffer taunting and physical abuse on the campus grounds from harpies and SJW's who demanded a pound of flesh from the brothers (a few of them just took off the semester rather than risk their lives at college). But the alumni brothers of Phi Kappa Psi have their own defamation law suit in the works and based on today's verdict it looks like Phi Psi is going to get a $25 Million face lift. Sitting atop the end zone of Mad Bowl, as it does, this will be a shining symbol of cosmic justice for all to see. The rooftop swimming pool and waterslide will make great additions to Saturday night keggers and the indoor squash court, upgraded billiard room, gourmet kitchen, plush leather couches, shag carpeting, gold plated bathroom fixtures, skeet shooting stations and 3 hole golf course will be welcome additions to Rugby Rd.

The KOTCB blog has followed this preposterous Rolling Stone frat rape story and posted "Party at Phi Psi tonight!" and "What Went Wrong?" to keep you, my dear reader, informed. I look forward to more law suites and victories for decency and propriety which will bleed Rolling Stone dry and terminate it's publication - or at least make them do it for free like we do it here at KOTCB central.

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