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The internet explodes as Alexander Wallace, a UCLA Caucasian female student, goes on rant about Asians in UCLA. She notes on weekends, "everyone that they know that they've brought along from Asia with them comes here on the weekends to do their laundry purchase their groceries and cook their meals for the week. It is seriously, without neglect. You may always see older Asian folks running around this flat. That is what they do. They do not teach their children to fend for themselves. You know what they do not also teach them , is their manners" (UCLA Girl's Asian Rant). Here's the bait which reels in all the fish. Paradoxically, by expressing her view about manners she has come to be a paradox. When she states "old Asian folks" she's referring to the pupil's grandparents. By employing indirect phrases she is trying to attack upon the specific traditions of Asians. Asian households, traditionally, are strict on their kid's future and will provide unconditional support to ensure their success. Here, Wallace is saying how Asian pupils are being spoiled. Her wording is aggressive, which may stem from a rooted jealously for others' success. What's more, by stating "They can not fend for themselves" she's somewhat claiming that she is able to fend for herself unlike them. It seems that subconsciously, she has recognized the aggressiveness of her statement, so she is justifying her place by employing elitism. She then continues with "I will be in like deep in to my studying, in my political science theories and arguments and all that stuff, getting down it, like typing away furiously, blah, blah, and all of a sudden when I'm about to like reach an epiphany. Over here from someplace, 'Ooooh Ching Chong Ling Long Ting Tong, Ooohhhhh.' " (UCLA Gir...