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Isn't Greta Berlin A Bit Old For College?

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Submitted by Steve Hancock (United States), May 30, 2007 at 05:49

I don't know the ages of the other three "students" who interrupted YOUR 1st amendment right to free speech, but given the age spots I see in the picture of Greta Berlin, I imagine her first demonstrations to have been against the Korean War. While it's certainly the right of anyone to pursue an education at whatever age, you'd think that Ms. Berlin would have at least picked up some manners in her years on earth, but then people her own age have already heard her nonsense and moved on, leaving her to contribute to the delinquency of minors who missed her act the first twenty times.

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