Skip to comments.Unabomber submits update to alumni directory for Harvard class of ‘62 reunion
Posted on 05/25/2012 10:38:38 AM PDT by DFG
Harvard University alumni attending their 50th class reunion this week are getting updates on classmates, but one person stands out among those sharing news about career moves, retirements and grandkids Unabomber Ted Kaczynski.
Kaczynski graduated in 1962 and is locked up in the federal Supermax prison in Colorado for killing three people and injuring 23 during a nationwide bombing spree between 1978 and 1995. In an alumni directory, he lists his occupation as prisoner and says his awards are Eight life sentences, issued by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California, 1998.
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Obama will pardon him.
Obama will hire him.
“Green Jobs Consultant” or some other silly s***.
He’s going to pardon Blago, whether he wins reelection or not.
It will make the book more valuable.
Guess Hahvad doesn’t realize that.
CNN: “ In a surprise move, President Obama today hired Unabomber Ted Kaczynski to be his “Bomb Czar”. Professor Bill Ayers called this a “triumph”
Ayers: “ I just wish Ted had been around when I was a young man. He knows how to finish what he starts!”
” Hes going to pardon Blago, whether he wins reelection or not.”
Either that, or take him out of circulation..
Did Al Gore say it? Or was it the Unabomber?
It may be more difficult to decide than you think.
Kaczynski has a clear record of success and he never blew up his own girlfriend!! He never had one, but still...
He was running for student body president at harvard, but then he blew it.....or was that Barney Frank?
Wonder why he didn’t claim to be part Cherokee?
Bomb czar? No. Homeland Security director, or TSA Director, yes.
Wow, a twofer. Well done.
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