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05/09/2006

I wish I knew how to quit y...oh wait a minute, I do. I can just stop paying and not show up for the parties and meetings, then go find friends elsewhere. Hey, how do you like that?

by Jeremy Hooper

Four officers with the University of Vermont's Phi Gamma Delta fraternity have been charged with violating the state's new hazing law on the basis of allegations that they forced pledges to dress up like characters from Brokeback Mountain and then taunted them with homophobic insults.

If found guilty, the boys will have to pay $1,000 fines for their movie-based antics. However, we hear they and every other fraternity in the nation will remain unpenalized for continuing to emulate Animal House, generation after generation.

Four ticketed for hazing, must pay $1,000 fines [AP via Boston.com]

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