Angry Harvard grad/socialist* professor killed before

Amy Bishop, The woman denied tenure at the University of Alabama who killed three of her colleagues yesterday turns out to have also shot and killed her own brother years ago. This seems like a train wreck waiting to happen, now.


From “This class was great. Bishop makes the class interesting by talking about her research and her friends research. That speaker she had for class was hard to understand but smart. She expects alot and you need to come to every class and study. She is hot but she tries to hide it.And she is a socalist but she only talks about it after class.”

Reader George Berryman writes: “I’m guessing the ’she’s a socialist’ part won’t get talked about much in the MSM. But if she had been a conservative it’d lead every evening news cast for two months.


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6 responses to “Angry Harvard grad/socialist* professor killed before

  1. Hiram

    Judging from the photos I’ve seen, she was doing an excellent job at hiding her “hotness,” as the student review claims.

  2. Eric Holder will probably assert Federal jurisdiction and then decline to prosecute.

  3. Anonymous

    “You would cry too if it happened to you.”

  4. If she represents “hot,” I’ll perceive the massive snapping turtles in our pond in a whole new light.

    This socialist prof is a bow wow.

  5. Mazama

    “Judging from the photos I’ve seen, she was doing an excellent job at hiding her “hotness,” as the student review claims.”

    Let he/she who looks their best in a mug shot cast the first stone.

    Exhibit A would be Heather Locklear’s DUI mug shot:

    • christopherfountain

      Well, Mazama, while I don’t have access to San Louis Obispo County Jail’s collection, I’m sure, at 15, I took a good picture. Still waiting to file a civil rights suit for unlawful arrest and detention on that one but I was pleased to stop on 101, driving my girls down California’s coast, to point out where their father had spent five days illegally imprisoned. One of them said, “only you, Dad, could show us something like that”. I was so proud.