Daily Archives: March 24, 2011

Solsbury Hill

Continuing the series on quirky and obscure songs with personal importance [1] [2] is this song that is older than I am.  Given the singer (Peter Gabriel), it is hard to determine if the meaning I take from it is … Continue reading

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Double Dipping: On The Ethics of Moonlighting

What are the ethics of moonlighting?  Today I would like to deal with two interrelated problems on moonlighting and ethical corruption.  The first is what circumstances lead to the phenomenon of moonlighting in the first place, and whether there is … Continue reading

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Here Comes The Judge

You know the drill.  Two litigants open the door and walk into a courtroom, with ominous music and a short description of their grievance and case, and argue and bicker in front of each other and produce witnesses and show … Continue reading

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