Mizzou media professor Melissa Click has found herself in a little bit of a pickle after her actions at yesterday’s protest when she shunned away a student journalist trying to cover the protest. It’s a bold strategy from someone who teaches exactly what the student was trying to do. You’d think she’d be praising the kid for using what he learned in class to cover a pretty big story around campus, right?
The great thing about the internet is that when it has a target, we get fun entertainment. The internet is gonna internet after all. Of course, Click was going to be a target. But how was the internet going to get her good? Twitter and memes? Nah, that’s amateur stuff. The internet went straight to RateMyProfessor.com and hit her where it hurts with some solid reviews.
If you have ever smelled a dog after he spends a day catching birds in the pond, then you know what kind of stench we are dealing with. And that’s before you add in the skunk cologne. That’s a vile description of her smell.
“Watch yo’ back.” Great advice for class, and in life.
She should probably get those checked out. Nothing hurts a class more than a professor who is constantly on an emotional roller coaster. Kids are here to learn, not turn into your personal psychiatrists. Get it together, Click.
The reviews wouldn’t be complete without a few fascism jokes and shots at her hate for free speech.
That last one had me chuckling pretty audibly. All of these reviews have been removed because I guess censorship is now a thing at Mizzou, too..
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