Well, that’s one way to respond when someone doesn’t like your startup.
After a Stanford student spotted an internship opening at The League, they declared that they were “totally and utterly ashamed that this dating service came out of Stanford,” and asked, “Is it possible to get any more elitist than this?
Do you realize there are millions of people out there who are kinder, nicer, harder working, more devoted, passionate, and interesting people than those who you believe are "qualified" for your service, but that simply do not have the same opportunities as you, and I, have had? Let’s dissect your jumbled and imprecise argument question by question, shall we?
[I JUST WANTED TO SAY, AS A STANFORD SENIOR, I AM TOTALLY AND UTTERLY ASHAMED THAT THIS DATING SERVICE CAME OUT OF STANFORD] As a Stanford MBA, I am totally and utterly ashamed that this poorly constructed argument below came out of Stanford... ] Is it possible that Stanford admissions standards have gone down?
Let’s start with the definition of elitist: rule by the people who have the most wealth and status in a society, the most successful or powerful group of people.