Wait until these drooling morons realize their own tuition and fees will be increasing due to their own stupidity.
Causing a bank to lock its doors may end up costing students more than just easy access to an ATM.
The US Bank was the one bank branch on campus, but now it’s closed for good after it became the target of several Occupy UC Davis protests.
“That is a success,” said a student.
It’s a win for the on-campus movement. Students staged repeated protests in front of the branch that blocked customers from entering, ultimately keeping the bank from doing business.
It’s a win! Hooray! And that’s all that matters today. Yay, we won!
Except, well, for the school, the bank and all the other students not wearing jackboots.
Occupiers say the protests were peaceful, but US Bank feels differently. They called the situation “intolerable,” saying their employees were imprisoned in the branch.
I think they meant “mostly peaceful.”
US Bank released this statement:
“Despite our best attempts, we were limited in our ability to resolve the matter and were forced to close the office.”
And it ends a 10-year deal between the bank and the university. US Bank’s presence on campus generated $160,000 a year for student programs.
Oh, and by the way, kids, remind your parents why they’ll be paying more for your worthless asses to attend school next semester.
US Bank says it will hold the university responsible for all of its losses including the cost of building the branch.
The $160,000 the bank contributed has some students now speculating whether their fees will now go up.