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To Simmons and Everybody Else I am Unfair to

Posted by Bob on October 25th, 2007 under Bob

I was unfair to Simmons twice. He gave a specific example of what I was talking about and al I noticed was that he had started by saying who we should get after first.

I HATE being unfair. But let me give you a smell of what the other extreme looks like.

Every congressional staffer is desperately sick of congressmen using committee time to flatter each other. You are working a hundred-hour week, you have fourteen balls in the air, and the Member you need to see FINALLY drops by the Committee. He says, “I want to start by saying something to my friend Mr. Bovine, from the third district of Pennsylvania. He and I worked together on the Lice Farmer Subcommittee on legislation …” and on and on and on.

Or, as we staffers would privately say to each other, “He’s a great guy, I’ve known him for years, and we just spent a wonderful half hour in the Men’s Room together.”

Translation: We were SICK of that crap.

I apologize a lot. But every time I do somebody belated justice I am not doing what you are here for. Believe me, nothing would be more boring than a seminar in which I was scrupulous about this.

Being fair can get ENDLESS.

I am serious. There is an advantage to having a tired old man here. It cuts the crap.

And believe me, gang, it is crap you do NOT want.

  1. #1 by Simmons on 10/25/2007 - 2:52 pm

    I never noticed about the unfair part I just thought you were wrong, could care less about fairness, tried it once and got burned. I did drift off though, its not like I’m going to be able to sue Harvard, but I’ll stick to my guns it would be a good idea in the right place and the right time.

  2. #3 by Hardric on 10/26/2007 - 7:47 am

    I have to admit that I like Simmons idea of going after the endowments of the universities that support the social scientists who espouse dishonest and destructive ideologies.

    Like going after a doctor who performs operations and doesn’t wash his hands.

    With all of those students and their ongoing financial obligations, it sounds like a class action lawsuit to me. A big one.

  3. #4 by Kyle on 10/26/2007 - 9:31 am

    Pretty interesting piece of news out of Asia, Chinese scientists have mapped out the Asian genome of a Han Chinaman. They plan to sequence 10,000 more for this project.

    This project also lowered the cost, from the three billion it took us, down to 5 million, with a goal of $26,000 by 2010.

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