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Topic: The Cop Law Paradigm
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Re: The Cop Law Paradigm
Posted: Jan 17, 2013 3:40 PM
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On 1/17/2013 3:16 PM, Kevin wrote:
> On Jan 15, 6:31 pm, M Purcell <sacsca...@aol.com> wrote:
>> On Jan 15, 4:17 pm, Kevin <barry196...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>

>>> I have to say that the most useless information I've acquired to date
>>> is to have the 'Cop Paradigm' made comprehensible to me... How sucky
>>> is it to work in a machine shop that is managed by former cops? Yeah,
>>> Well, It is suckier that that, let me tell you something... You would
>>> thing that there is a balance between the lavish praise that the
>>> government gives to the police and how delusional the rest of us know
>>> that cops must be for believing that the rest of us really give a
>>> shit. Oh, No, it isn't like that at all... Ya know, I'm 100% Rock &
>>> Roll and I don't comprehend flattery... Cops comprehend flattery and
>>> that is the really weird thing with them... No matter how much you
>>> might know about science and other things which are important to the
>>> government... Government trust is controlled by the cop paradigm.

>>
>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appeal_to_flattery
>>
>> It's easier to trust something you control.

>
> :|
>
> True enough... I suppose in the final analysis, my mother was right
> (She didn't want me to go into engineering...) I doesn't seem fair, I
> think... An honest university professor should tell his engineering
> students that the bosses of engineers are the worst bosses and every
> other boss an engineer has will be worse then the previous boss... I
> still have a smile on my face though... Empathy as a science is
> controlled by engineers... It is dishonest to claim that anyone
> empathizes with an engineer... It gives engineers at least the margin
> of power... Only engineers collectively can legitimize who is and who
> is not an empathetic character.


Does something change an engineer who becomes a boss (manager)?
Seems they can be a disaster if they try to come back down in
the trenches and "dabble" as an engineer again.




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