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Posted by alexandra_k on June 7, 2019, at 22:23:02

and it's like being a secret informant.
only there's nothing secret about it. never was.
lots of these people... Deans, particularly, seem to think their job is / they only have their job because of their basic refusal to do the things that they are supposed to do.
Or like the head of the law stuff at the Students Union in Dunedin / Otago who did her job over the years... Successfully helped it remain the case that students lived in sub-standard housing and alcohol laws weren't improved and recycling didn't happen and so on... All the things she did for the good of the people -- which was her job -- right?
These people seem to think they only have the job because of how badly they behave.

Well, then, maybe if I don't behave badly I'll get a job because of how badly it is that I do not behave. If I behave well maybe I'll get a job that requires and values that, then.

Maybe that's the idea.

Only people refuse to credit me with qualifications I've earned year after year after year after year after year after...

Why wouldn't they -- if they could get away with it.


Then one day they (let us say) get hit by a bus.

Then people come and find them lying there, vulnerable. Wanting help.

What do they expect / want / hope that these people who find them will do with them?

Given that they have opportuinity?


It is a kind of brain damage.

I can only suppose.




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