University awarded $400K for condom study, creates zero jobs

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BLOOMINGTON, IN – Details about a recent study regarding correct condom use at Indiana University have been released, but the results of the actual study aren’t the interesting part.

The university received over $400,000 in stimulus funds for the study – a lot of money for a study on rubbers.

The study was also an opportunity to create some new jobs; however, a government website released details of the project and found that it yielded no jobs.

Stimulus money is supposed to stimulate the economy, but if no jobs were created, was it really worth 400 grand to study condom use?

That’s what sex education classes in schools are for, right?

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