Student Readers: A Warning
I welcome students readers to this blog. However, be aware that, although I do not use anyone's actual name, the descriptions of behaviors and conversations are not disguised. This is a space in which I may rant, vent, and otherwise express responses that I would do my best to mask or at least tone down in professional interactions with students. This is my personal, gloves off, no holds barred, direct from the gut expression of what it feels like to do my job. If you think you might be hurt or offended or upset by that, read no further. The person I'm ranting about could be you.
Hi! And you are...?
My readership has suddenly blossomed, which is a lovely development--but I don't know who is reading the blog, how you found it, and why you find it interesting. I'd love to hear from you! Please feel free to use the "comment" box at the end of any particular post to let me know what brought you to this page--and what keeps you coming back for more (if you do).
Not you, Barry. You already told me--and thanks!
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Monday, December 20, 2010
"The environment has been something that has been around since the beginning of time. It has always done good for us humans never once has it done us wrong."
This falls under the "Masters of the Obvious" category.
If there's anything you think would be pertinent for me to post here, let me know. Essential facts: B.A., University of Colorado-Boulder, 1979, major: theater. M.Phil., Ph.D., Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York, 1999, English Literature. Dissertation: "A Heart That Watches and Receives": Ursula Le Guin and the American Nature Writing Tradition.