Mehler intermittently ranted about his fears of COVID-19, the rules of his classroom and his disdain for capitalism, while allegedly spoofing a scene from the Hulu series “Deadwood.” The professor cursed at his students and vowed to wear a HEPA filtered space helmet in the classroom to protect himself from students he dubbed “vectors of disease.”
“I may have fuc ked up my life flatter than hammered crap, but I stand before you today beholden to no human **** sucker,” Mehler said. “I’m working a paying, ****ing union job and no limber dick **** sucker of an administrator is going to tell me how to teach my classes because I’m a ****ing tenured professor.”
“So, if you want to go complain to your dean, fu ck you. Go ahead. I’m retiring at the end of this year and I couldn’t give a flying **** any longer,” Mehler continued. “You people are just vectors of disease to me and I don’t want to be anywhere near you.”
Mehler went on to claim that students in his class were not “good enough” to earn an “A” in his class. He pledged to randomly assign grades before meeting his students in an apparent attempt to bash Calvinism.
“It doesn’t matter how fu cking hard you work, or how great your grades are, my grading system is based on the Calvinist doctrine of predestination,” Mehler said. “None of you co ck suckers are good enough to earn an A in my class. So, I randomly assign grades before the first day of class. I don’t want to know crap about you. I don’t even want to know your name … And don’t come fu cking complaining to me, take your complaints to God, He ordained this system.”
A Ferris State University professor was placed on administrative leave pending an investigation after sending a video to students of him cursing.
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