Wednesday, May 30, 2012



  1. Yup, at this point, the merit-based management post is just going to pour out long, brilliant and messy.

    Would anyone like to be my editor? C'mon, you know you want to.

  2. But brilliant isn't messy nor long.

    And Bram, we're not in a pickle when it comes to management of the merit. Anyone can manage the all stars.

    Rather, the focus needs to be on the miss-management. The folly has no merit.

    If there was less weirdness and folly was not tolerated by management and others in the know (often peers) -- then the crap teachers would be re-assigned to other professions or saved with other positions that are more suited.

    Beyond that -- I don't think you want me to edit your stuff.

  3. speaking of mismanagement isn't it time to fire Kaczorowski

  4. But brilliant isn't messy nor long.

    No respect for David Foster Wallace?

  5. David Foster Wallace could write rings around Rob Kaczorowski!

  6. True, but nobody makes road signs big enough to hold the words DFW would use instead of "ROAD WORK AHEAD."