A funny, though tongue-in-cheek, graduation speech

“Fairness, idealism and other atrocities” from the LA Times.

Please note that the headline follows journalistic rules. If this were part of an English sentence, it should read idealism, and. In other words, all parts of a list, even the one before “and,” needs a punctuation mark, either a comma or a period, if it’s the last one.

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