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 Posted: Mon Mar 31st, 2008 08:43 pm
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Ownership of the access code, to me, is immaterial. The university allows her the code to help her in her work, and from there its up to her own conscience as to what she wants to do with it. In no way is the university harmed by her action. It already has her money. As I said before, had she declined my request, that would have been fine. Her getting into trouble (although again, I ask how is the university harmed by her action?) would not have set well with me.

Maybe if you asked Blago nicely, he might let you fly in the plane. :)

Ed, as I see it, every generation bends rules that they find inconvenient to their own interests or desires. No one generation holds the moral high ground over another. I've met plenty of people of my grandparent's vintage who wouldn't think twice about picking your pocket while shaking your hand.


Last edited on Mon Mar 31st, 2008 09:24 pm by booklover

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