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Jack Horner married
I am neither a Horner supporter or a detractor. I think his professional
work is highly variable in quality...but that is just an opinion on his
paleontology. I have absolutely no reason to interfere in his personal
life...nor does anyone else on this thread.
Unless someone has PROOF that a legal indiscretion has occurred, and is
prepared to take this affair to lawyers and courtrooms...all of us should
stop this thread and leave them alone.
I am sure he gets this thread, and the trend of it must be embarrassing,
offensive and highly unpleasant to the both of them.
Stop this topic, please.
Clair Russell Ossian, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, Geology
Tarrant County College
828 Harwood Road
On 2/2/12 10:01 AM, "tim koenig" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Sheesh! Do I need to tag DML mail as SPAM?????
> On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 5:24 AM, David Marjanovic
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> Isn't there some kind of professional breach of ethics here. Do
>>> professors get to "dip in the pool" to get dates? Isn't that wrong?
>> It would be if Horner were Weaver's boss or otherwise had power over her
>> (say, the power to ruin her career or give her a job she doesn't deserve).
>> Fortunately, that's not the case. To return to the metaphor, Weaver isn't in
>> Horner's pool.
>> Incidentally, I very strongly disagree with the idea that we shouldn't
>> discuss what people do when those people happen to be "our peers, colleagues
>> and friends". If there is to be a double standard, it should go in the other
>> direction: "friends don't let friends...".