Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Phoning it In

The good news is that Condi has done her first post-Bush interview, a chat with the very friendly Stanford Report. The bad news is that there's nothing to take away from it. Honestly, I don't know why the reporter bothered; he could have easily cut 'n' pasted her responses from other recent interviews. So boring.

I guess it's kinda funny that she says she'll go to the dorms and have dinner with students (and photographers? Please?), because she might be unaware that not all the students are thrilled about her return.

The outlook for surrealistically pointless, non-sequitur publicity stunts, I'm afraid, is grim.


Cecilia said...

So regretting my decision not to go to Stanford right now. SO Much!

rptrcub said...

Honey, the Stanford News Service isn't journalism. It's a PR shop. It is to be expected.

Madduane said...

Are you saying there will be lots of pnsps's or that there won't be? Because I would love a whole slew of those.

dguzman said...

Perhaps someone will lob a chunk of Mystery Meat at her, if she's dining in a student cafeteria. Think of the art movements such a display could spawn!

Anonymous said...

2008-09 [Stanford] Tuition Schedule
Regular tuition for the academic year, payable Autumn, Winter, and Spring quarters, is as follows:

Tuition Category Tuition
Undergraduate $12,010
Graduate 11-18 units $12,010
Graduate 8,9,10-unit rate $7,810
Each graduate unit above 18 $801
Graduate Division in Engineering $12,800
Graduate Engineering 8,9,10-unit rate $8,320
Each graduate Engineering unit above 18 $853
Graduate School of Business (first year)* $16,307
Graduate School of Business (second year)* $15,307
School of Medicine (M.D. Program)* $14,463
Law School $20,440
J.D./M.B.A. Program $21,462
TGR (Terminal Graduate Registration) $2,760
TMR (Terminal Medical Registration) $2,169
TGR (Terminal Graduate Registration) for Law and J.D./M.B.A. Program $4,140
*Ph.D. students in the Biomedical Sciences and in Graduate Business are assessed the regular graduate tuition rate.

Comment: At that price, I'd rather read Plato in a public library than listen to "Dr" Rice.

HRH King Friday XIII, Ret. said...

Don't lose hope that eventually she'll be put on trial for war crimes. That would be fun! She'll get to go to the Hauge and shop for shoes!

Anonymous said...

PSP, you missed the tidbit in the Washington Post's "Reliable Source" about Condi tickling the ivories at not one but TWO church services this last Sunday. Surely there is a devout Presbyterian out there who took pics and will share them with you and the world?!

Scooter said...