A few minutes ago, someone calling himself "Yoshi" called into the Ed Schulz show. Yoshi, speaking barely intelligible Engrish, said that he had been a prof of economics at Harvard Business School when Sultan Bush was a student there. He went on to say that young George was stupid and "unteachable"; couldn't learn economics.
My first thought was: Even though George is rather dim, I don't think anyone could have learned anything from your incomprehensible Engrish and unprofessional attitude.
My second thought was to look him up.
First I looked up the faculty of Harvard Business School. Found a Michael Yoshino
who started teaching in 1971, so would have been there in '75 when young George was a student. There weren't any other Japanese names from that period, so this seems like a good fit for "Yoshi".
Second, I looked up general articles about young George's time at HBS. Found a Business Week
feature written in early 2001, before young George's performance as President could have any influence.
In the Business Week article, I found:
Once he sat down for his first core-curriculum class, Bush was just like any other MBA, people remember. "He was a nice young man," professor Michael Yoshino says, though he never had him as a student in class.
Something is obviously wrong here! Is the caller a fake?