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Lori Loughlin's Daughter to Quit USC
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BTR1701
2019-08-12 00:43:25 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.

https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-personal-brand.html
anim8rfsk
2019-08-12 01:39:25 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-pers
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
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2019-08-12 02:23:45 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-pe
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.

After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
anim8rfsk
2019-08-12 02:32:17 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-p
e
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
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Ian J. Ball
2019-08-12 03:12:02 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar
professions. Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial
fraud, disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The
19-year-old reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time
influencing. "Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to
attend USC to begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place
for her," a source close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment
Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-personal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
Loughlin and the kid are "on the outs" by all accounts.
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J.B. Nicholson
2019-08-12 06:43:35 UTC
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Loughlin and the kid are "on the outs" by all accounts.
Will Lori Loughlin be in the next (last?) season of "Fuller House"?
BTR1701
2019-08-12 05:17:01 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-p
e
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
shawn
2019-08-12 05:46:46 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
Ian J. Ball
2019-08-12 05:56:27 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:17:01 -0500, BTR1701
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar
professions. Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there
in the first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
That's all great in theory, but only if you're willing to actually
follow through and "kick your kids out of the house" to do that. The
problem is, these days, most parents seem unwilling to actually "kick
their kids out of the house" - so then it's a "If you live under my
roof, you follow my rules" situation.
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Your Name
2019-08-12 06:41:19 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:17:01 -0500, BTR1701
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there
in the first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
In most western countries far too many kids go to university simply
because they're too lazy to find a real (or even any) job. They go
there to get a government tax-payer-funded handout, and simply booze
and party themselves silly.
The Horny Goat
2019-08-12 07:23:06 UTC
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I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
One of the great trips of my life was in 2004 where we toured eastern
Canada. On our first leg of the trip we were in one city where my wife
suggested our daughter (who was about to enter her high school senior
year) do the local campus tour - and was told no.

Just under a year later no one was more gobsmacked than me when my
daughter said "guess where I'm going next year Daddy?" - yup the same
school she had chosen not to tour.

We and my mother had been making education savings plans for all 3
kids so that paid a big chunk of her education but definitely not the
whole thing - 4 years later combined history and Russian honors. (Her
career from there suffered due her feelings about my mother's death in
somewhat spectacular manner but that's a different story and one she
is emerging from now)
Alan Smithee
2019-08-12 07:33:31 UTC
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I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
The parents were living vicariously thru their two (stupid) kids since
neither of them attended college back in their day. They wanted to show
off their college-grad offspring to their dear, but now swiftly
departing, friends.
trotsky
2019-08-12 09:11:43 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-p
e
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
Cite?

Adam H. Kerman
2019-08-12 06:40:01 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her,"
a source
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close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-p
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onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
The mother knew her high school grades weren't good enuogh to get in.
If she'd wanted to attend a prestigious college, she'd have studied
harder in high school.
moviePig
2019-08-12 03:42:39 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-pers
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
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2019-08-12 07:41:39 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-pers
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
The Horny Goat
2019-08-12 08:01:14 UTC
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)

If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
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