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Virginia Tech is America's Cursed College, home to horrifying events from hit-and-runs to students being shot in the woods; prison escapes to public self-mutilations; police officers being gunned down to public beheadings; and of course, the notorious mass shooting that killed 33 people. But why is Virginia Tech the most infamous university in the United States? What is ...more
Kindle Edition, 208 pages
Published June 17th 2012 by Empty Man
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Mar 14, 2016 Dachokie rated it it was ok
Author Ruins an Excellent Opportunity …

As yet another tragedy involving Virginia Tech students makes national news, I find myself dumbfounded by the ongoing string of bizarre and tragic events associated with my alma mater and the town it defines. After reading a sample of THE MANY DEATHS OF VIRGINIA TECH, I was struck by the author’s bipolar approach to the issue and the somewhat rash and juvenile “reviews” from those who admittedly didn’t read the book. Regardless, I opted to view Chuck Marsh’
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