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Brown Shirts at ECU

jmg11 Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 12:02 AM
This Summer Wisdomthing has a Master's degree from ECU and is the staff, the whole staff, and nothing but the staff of the LBGT office. What's that mean??? She is not qualified for a faculty appointment, just another useless perverted administrator who thinks she should be able to teach perversion in the social “sciences.” Nor is she employable anywhere but dear old ECU. You need someone to read the academic code. It is easy enough to read, but most normal people don't have the experience to see it.
SFLBIB Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 2:00 PM
Re: "Nor is she employable anywhere but dear old ECU."

This isn't true. I would wager that it would be a rarity to find a school that doesn't employ several "Summer Wisdomthings". Like Ward Churchills, they are everywhere.

To get an idea, do an internet search on "Less Academics, More Narcissism" by Heather Mac Donald. After reading how UC Berkeley spends on its army of diversiphiles [Prop 209 notwithstanding], I looked up the University of Arizona [the state where I live] and found out it spends six figures on a similar advocacy program [our Republican Governor and Prop 204 notwithstanding].
jmg11 Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 7:35 PM

I see your point. I did not make mine as directly as I might have. This Summer Wisdomthing can be hired, but is not employable in the sense of being able producing something that another person would freely buy. Nor is she positioned to sell something to a free potential buyer.

This type is “educated” out of any capacity to do productive work. To get any value out of her, we might hope she has a useful child or two to make up for her net subtractions from the best society God ever gave to mankind. Oops! I see the problem there, too. So this one is going to be a net dissipator, not a net contributor, of value.

As for her general type -- Go ahead, lefties, read it and weep. You won’t even know what I mean.

East Carolina University (ECU) has launched a new campaign that attempts to pressure employees to affirm homosexuality despite their religious and moral objections to the lifestyle. Couched in the language of safety and inclusion, the program promises to brand as intolerant those who refuse to accept the university's official position on matters of private sexual morality. This is especially problematic, given that ECU is a public university.

The campaign was launched with a profoundly unwise email, sent by university employee Summer Wisdom under the subject line "Gay? Fine by me." She begins:

"This spring the LGBT Resource Office (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual...