Top 9 pet peeves about student elections
1. Harassment on the Set:
Clearly I have on headphones and I’m waiting on the bus… I do not
want to talk to you or hear what you have to say, but, I will take
that zebra cake off your hands.
2. Aggravating Facebook invitations and wall posts:
No, I’m not going to your event, nor do I want to accept your group
invite. Decline. And by the way, if I declined you once I’m going to
decline you again.
3. Email invitations:
First of all, how did you get my personal email addresss, and second
of all, just because I declined you on Facebook does not mean I won’t
spam you in my yahoo, gmail, or hotmail inbox.
4. Blocking building entrances:
You may not have class at 12:30, but I do, so move.
5. Noise outside buildings:
Disturbing the peace anyone?
6. LIes, lies, and more lies:
Most of the candidates don’t live up to their campaign pitch anyway.
Sound familiar? (Cough… last election …cough)
7. Campaign vs. popularity contest:
Is this for the betterment of students on campus or is it just about you?
8. Lame slogans:
It is bad enough real politicians do it, but seriously, some of these
candidates are going to get caught up in some kind of copyright
lawsuit one day.
So, I see more fliers and brochures than grass on campus now. If you
care so much about FAMU, then why don’t you clean up all the fliers
that you pass out and we drop on the ground when you are not looking.