How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

Because the collective IQ of the world is not yet low enough

Imagine, if you will, that you're taking a class on biology. The professor discusses evolution, but refuses to discuss Creationism, citing it's lack of scientific evidence. You, being a Fundie, are offended and feel singled out. Florida wants to make it legal for you to sue!

That's right boys and girls, no longer should you have to put up with college professors that won't agree with you. You can just sue the crap out of them. We don't need our curriculum decided by the School, when the courts can obviously do a better job.

Essentially, what we're looking at is legislated mob rule. If anyone doesn't get what they want from the class, they have grounds to sue- and in the end, we're looking at educational chaos. Here's how you regulate curriculum. If a school has a program that you disagree with you don't go to that school. Don't like a professor? Don't take classes with that prof. Can't complete without that class? Go elsewhere. This my friends, is why capitalism works (without going into the many failings in capitalism). Your money is the final arbiter.

Suck it up and deal.
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