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Posted on November 17 at 4:59 p.m.
Thx for the generous comment.
On Saved by the App
Posted on September 30 at 9:58 p.m.
I appreciate the comments, regardless of whether you agree with me.These decision are always tough ones. I had the luxury to "walk" every time I was faced with a serious ethical challenge and I have no regrets.
But some people, as I wrote, just don't have that luxury to leave a bad situation.
Yes, it is the Penn State situation. A number of smart, successful people threw their careers and their reputations away because they remained silent.
On When a Witness Questions Authority
Posted on August 3 at 9:24 p.m.
Dr. Dan--your stats look good 3-3.There are a few little lies that are OK-all situational -- Grandma's asks you about her old red dress--"of course it's looks great," or the bigger lie-classic problem "lie to save someone's life"--but those are the exceptions to the rule. Approval of even a little lies often is just a stop on the road to big whoppers-and I ain't talkin' hamburgers here.
We live in a social, political and cultural world that makes lying just too easy-with little or no consequences--Rudolf Dreikurs says it all on consequences for a child's development.
On 'The World’s Best Hamburger'
Posted on July 25 at 3:15 p.m.
Thanks for commenting. Lee I think you hit all the correct answers-or what I perceive to be correct.
Dr. Dan 2 for 2-"public advantage" and depraving another kid of the seat.
thx for writing
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