There's nothing to say about this other than to point out that Greggie once again makes thinly-veiled threats to report me to one or more authorities because he dislikes my diction (but of course, what he truly hates is my point of view and insistence on standing up to him and the other math fascists).
Were he to report me to any of the powers that be he mentions, it would not be his first effort to stifle my voice here. He has always failed, as has his dear mentor, Wayne Bishop.
Of course, when Bishop falsely accuses anyone he chooses of "racism," Eddie and Greggie are profoundly silent.
So I guess "ad hominem" isn't a market I've been able to corner.
On Jul 3, 2007, at 10:50 AM, Edmond David wrote:
> Greg Posted: Jul 3, 2007 10:03 AM >> There is no doubt your choice of language and ad >> hominems do violate the standards set down by Drexel. >> It probably also violates the standards of any employer >> of math teachers in Michigan. > > Greg, > > I suspect you are barking up the wrong tree. > > First, regarding the code of ethics for teachers in Michigan, > http://www.michigan.gov/documents/Code_of_Ethics_Layout_128009_7.pdf > they can hardly be vaguer, and there is nothing in them remotely > similar to, say, the code of ethics for lawyers. > > In the profession of law, there are very specific ethical > standards that carry sometimes severe penalties. For instance, if > a lawyer commingles a client's money with his own, or if he enters > into a professional relationship that involves a conflict of > interest, the lawyer can be reprimanded, disbarred, even jailed. > Here is what a real code of ethics looks like, > http://www.nysba.org/Content/NavigationMenu/Attorney_Resources/ > Lawyers_Code_of_Professional_Responsibility/Lawyers.Code.pdf > Take special note of "Disciplinary Rules". > > Even more interesting, and far more important, it is possible to > review a lawyer's work for competence. No such thing is possible > with teachers, which is one reason some people scoff at the notion > of teaching being a profession. There is just not enough about > teaching that resembles real professions. > > But, having chatted with MPG long enough, you already knew that. > > Haim > Je me souviens > >