Friday, March 21, 2014


I assume the following tweet is a dig at me, so I'll take the bait and acknowledge it.  Perhaps it's in retaliation for my recent observation that Matt Forney the Writer can be hired at astonishingly low rates. I can only guess what kind of "unethical work" he is alluding to, but I expect it's something along these lines.

It's strange that he should suggest the worth of teachers and adjunct faculty (or anyone) is measured by their paychecks. And while it's certainly true that a lot of folks make more money than I do, it doesn't follow they behave unethically in the process.  Hell, my manicurist makes almost as much money as I do (and, believe me, she's worth every penny).  Call me a schmuck (or the female equivalent thereof), but I take a measure of pride in knowing that what I do actually empowers people by teaching them skills that will make their own lives richer in ways that matter. Though a cost-of-living increase would be nice...  I suppose, at the end of the day, we all have to live with our consciences.
  1. Example: my current freelancing gig is the very definition of unethical. But I get paid more than most teachers and adjunct faculty do.

    America is a country where it's more profitable to cheat the system than it is to actually help people improve their lives.


  1. So I wonder whose sockpuppet superslaviswife is? Hahaha someone jerked him/herself too hard on fantasies about tribal times.

    Anyway, this is a fun topic. Basically Scat Corny thinks selling himself for five bucks a pop is something to be looked up to. Wasn't he just yesterday trashing Belle Knox? I guess since things like honor, integrity and justice are male abstracts... Wait that isn't how that works. Lol, at least what she's doing is x100 more honest.

    Also, I always only look at negative reviews to bypass shills.

  2. Given Corny was riffing the other day about the stupidity of breaking the law and leaving an online trail, should he be hinting at doing just that? Admittedly he doesn't say he's breaking the law, only doing something 'unethical', but all the same, he ought to keep his mouth shut if he doesn't want to give his foes ammunition.


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