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What follows is a short compendium of scams, grifts, cons, and general recommendations for theperpetration of blatant thievery, all centered around the exploitable playground that is theUniversity. Yet this isn’t a guide just for college students. On the contrary, the majority of thetactics described herein are intended to be put at the disposal of anyone who sets foot on auniversity campus, particularly if it’s for the express purpose of defraudment. One doesn’t evenhave to be the exact ‘college’ age, as extended learning programs are becoming all the morecommon (though naturally blending in will be a touch more difficult). At any rate, certaincredibility props such as a backpack can serve to relay the impression that you are indeed astudent at the particular college you plan to hit.Those expecting newsworthy swindles akin to those seen in movies or sensationalist newsreports will likely be disappointed. The cons that follow aren’t grandiose grifts about how toscam free tuition or expropriate scholarship funds. Rather, these are practical, everydaytechniques that you can use to score some free grub, get a little extra cash, or procure some freebooks to read. The methods transcend the colour spectrum of legality, varying from the perfectlyabove-board activities, to shady gray zones of pseudo-legit operations, all the way down todownright illegalities.Similarly, the cons center around the exploitation of the university system and anyone affiliatedwith it. Students, professors, and other human gears of the higher education system are thus allimplicated as well. As such, you may find that some of the following methodology may conflictwith your delicate ethical palate. Fear not, the remedy is quite simple:
. If you don’tagree with anything below, don’t do it, and don’t read it. Close your eyes and pretend it doesn’texist. I’ve also tried to keep rants about my personal politricks to a minimum, but they inevitablyooze in through the cracks of my mental cogency, so once again, bear with me or glaze over it if you don’t agree with anything.Finally, realize that I don’t fucking know you (nor do I want to), nor do I know your localcollege.
of these techniques will probably
work at your local university, but
. This guide is custom tailored to the university system at large, not to your specific school.Further, realize that scams are inherently malleable, they’re
to be manipulated to suit your