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2014-07-15 12:40:43 AM  
Now, about that back pay, and pension...
 
2014-07-15 12:51:28 AM  
Yes, actually, it can be too late to right a wrong.  Right after the injured party's death would be too late to right a wrong.
 
2014-07-15 12:54:24 AM  

TommyymmoT: Now, about that back pay, and pension...


Ambivalence: Yes, actually, it can be too late to right a wrong.  Right after the injured party's death would be too late to right a wrong.


Thoses ^^
 
2014-07-15 07:20:19 AM  
Gaylord.

*snicker*
 
2014-07-15 07:32:02 AM  
Never say never, unless you have to.
 
2014-07-15 07:47:03 AM  
It may be better now, but that kind of attitude is not a remnant of the ancient past.
 
2014-07-15 08:57:09 AM  
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2014-07-15 08:57:29 AM  
Tell that to Alan Turing.
 
2014-07-15 08:58:06 AM  

Sybarite: It may be better now, but that kind of attitude is not a remnant of the ancient past.


Okay.
 
2014-07-15 09:04:39 AM  
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2014-07-15 09:05:16 AM  
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2014-07-15 09:11:33 AM  
What wrong has been righted? Apology, my ass.
Pay the man.
 
2014-07-15 09:12:06 AM  
Some people have to go to court for the Daily Fail to right a wrong.

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2014-07-15 09:15:01 AM  
One of my coworkers is Chinese and last month he was out of the country visiting family. Anyway, we had a major disaster one afternoon where some idiot was playing around with security permissions and managed to lock absolutely everyone out of the system. And of course, the email tied to account recovery was my co-worker's. Luckily he's pretty good about responding to email so I sent one off asking him if he could help us fix this real quick.

Of course, as soon as I sent it I went into a panic because I realized that it was almost 4 am where he was and there was no way he was going to see that email for at least several hours. But, much to my surprise and relief, he messages me back a few minutes later and we got the problem all sorted out.

And that's how I learned that it's never too late to write a Wong.
 
2014-07-15 09:22:21 AM  
Fark needs a Fabulous tag.
 
2014-07-15 10:12:22 AM  

Fano: Tell that to Alan Turing.


Came here to say this.
 
2014-07-15 10:13:16 AM  

Fano: Tell that to Alan Turing.


Came here to say this. In TFA's case, though, I think "better late than never" does carry some weight.
 
2014-07-15 10:17:58 AM  

Sybarite: It may be better now, but that kind of attitude is not a remnant of the ancient past.


"An Oregon student-teacher who said he was removed from a suburban Portland school because he told a fourth grader he was gay was given his job back and could be back in the classroom this week."

Was it like, "hey Billy, quit acting so gay", or was it more like "it's ok if you feel like you like other boys, that's called being gay"?
 
2014-07-15 10:33:37 AM  

LordOfThePings: Sybarite: It may be better now, but that kind of attitude is not a remnant of the ancient past.

"An Oregon student-teacher who said he was removed from a suburban Portland school because he told a fourth grader he was gay was given his job back and could be back in the classroom this week."

Was it like, "hey Billy, quit acting so gay", or was it more like "it's ok if you feel like you like other boys, that's called being gay"?


Also an ambiguous pronoun - did he tell Billy that he [the teacher] was gay or that Billy was gay?
 
2014-07-15 10:46:32 AM  

jso2897: What wrong has been righted? Apology, my ass.
Pay the man.


While money can sometimes assist in correcting a situation, it isn't the same as a public admittance of wrongdoing. I'm not saying that the guy shouldn't be hooked up with a brand new Miata, but even the teacher who was fired accepted it as a form of closure.
 
2014-07-15 11:05:45 AM  

RoxtarRyan: jso2897: What wrong has been righted? Apology, my ass.
Pay the man.

While money can sometimes assist in correcting a situation, it isn't the same as a public admittance of wrongdoing. I'm not saying that the guy shouldn't be hooked up with a brand new Miata, but even the teacher who was fired accepted it as a form of closure.


Money is everything to everyone.
 
2014-07-15 11:12:19 AM  

Gunny Highway: RoxtarRyan: jso2897: What wrong has been righted? Apology, my ass.
Pay the man.

While money can sometimes assist in correcting a situation, it isn't the same as a public admittance of wrongdoing. I'm not saying that the guy shouldn't be hooked up with a brand new Miata, but even the teacher who was fired accepted it as a form of closure.

Money is everything to everyone.


Aren't you just precious!
 
2014-07-15 11:37:49 AM  
Fukishima disagrees.
 
2014-07-15 11:39:32 AM  

TommyymmoT: Now, about that back pay, and pension...


Talk about "done in one".  An admission of fault should make a hefty legal settlement a shoe-in.  Then again, when this happened it was probably legal to run over gays with your car too, so what they did probably wasn't illegal at the time.
 
2014-07-15 12:30:13 PM  

RoxtarRyan: jso2897: What wrong has been righted? Apology, my ass.
Pay the man.

While money can sometimes assist in correcting a situation, it isn't the same as a public admittance of wrongdoing. I'm not saying that the guy shouldn't be hooked up with a brand new Miata, but even the teacher who was fired accepted it as a form of closure.


lgm.cl
Money? HAHA Heavens, no. We apologize with nice cheap words.
 
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