Thursday, March 7, 2013

Dybbuk's groveling apology.

When a Professor of Law, Philosophy, AND Human Values offers moral instruction, it would truly be insolent to react in any other fashion than with mea culpas and promises to mend one’s wicked ways.

 Over the past two years, I have published about 20 articles on JD Underground and have commented extensively in threads on "Inside the Law School Scam" and other law school related blogs. I have been highly critical of law professors who have minimal practice experience, or who publish reams of heavily-footnoted non-peer reviewed dreck that goes uncited and unread by courts and practitioners, or who waste their students’ time by stretching a few months worth of doctrine to fill three long years. I have noted, as have many, many others, that these law professors’ lucrative and cushy jobs are supported by the misplaced trust and astonishing debt loads of their students--kids who, outside the T13, will graduate with barely a coin-flip’s chance of ever having a real legal career.

But the Professor of Human Values & So Much Else rightly ignores all that, and focuses instead on a single over-the-top joke I posted in a JD Underground thread about a year ago about spanking an (imaginary) law professor with a wet slipper while being questioned about International Shoe v. Washington, 326 U.S. 310 (1945), plus a miniscule number of tasteless jokes or characterizations, again carefully selected from about twenty articles and several hundred blog comments.

I want to make it clear that I have taken this moral correction to heart. I can now offer assurances that I deeply, deeply respect the buttocks of all law professors, regardless of their gender, age, color, creed, and even regardless of their salary or their school’s job placement statistics. I appreciate that the buttocks of all law professors are for respecting, and NOT for spanking, whether with wet slippers or bundles of job rejection letters. And this is not merely basic human values, it is also wise practical counsel. You know, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish a law professor’s buttocks from his face, and vice versa. Case in point: a certain Professor of Law, Philosophy, and Human Values.

23 comments:

  1. First!!!!

    Oh yeah!!!

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  2. Rock on dybbuk.

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  3. Speaking of buttocks, I recommend that Leiter take down the photo he has posted on his blog. Plopping a Larry Fine wig on top of a bare ass isn't fooling anybody. But seriously, Brian Leiter represents just about everything wrong with the legal academy: he's a social retard lost in his own world of arcane bullshit. Unfortunately, a fair amount of tax money (yours and mine) bankrolls his production of trite useless drivel. Why should Direct Loans be used to prop up this farce?

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  4. I'm glad you've learned your lesson!

    Mere proles should not challenge the Nietzschean Superman!

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  5. It's a good thing law professors aren't getting guilliotined (at least not yet). You'd have to chop both ends of Leiter-man, just to be sure.

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  6. "You know, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish a law professor’s buttocks from his face, and vice versa." All well and fine, but what about when you are undoubtedly dealing with a horse's ass?

    http://www.autoadmit.com/leiter.html

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  7. Man, that Autoadmit pic gives off a mean NAMBLA vibe.

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  8. Dybbuk, it is cool as hell that you're here! And smacking down Leiter too for his internet perv stalker call for information about you. You are smart to attack it head on and make people realize that he is nothing but a spoiled, childish, creepy, out-of-touch professor.

    Keep doing god's work!

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  9. But, but, Dybbuk - you've been silenced!

    Snaggletooth:

    "Apart from his general animosity towards me, I can only surmise that he's lost it because I did pursue the identity, successfully, of one of his cyber-friends ("dybbuk") who Campos conveniently neglects to mention had the habit of bullying, insulting and defaming junior faculty and students (including one of mine), and I did succeed in getting his worst bit of libel deleted and he has now fallen silent."

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  10. How am I supposed to respect the buttocks of a man who calls himself SpearIt?

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  11. Brian Leiter is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I've ever known in my life.

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  12. When you stare into the abyss, Brian Leiter stares back at you.

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    1. Correction: Brian Lieter's ass stares back at you

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    1. Thanks, MacK. I have appreciated your excellent comments for a long time.

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    2. I hope neither of you suffered any consequences resulting from Leiter's "jihad". He seems to imply that he succeeded. I hope that's not the case.

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  14. I think everyone is still waiting for a denial or explanation from Dan filler. I know I am. He seems to be a total jackass lacking any self-awareness concerning what an unhygienic dipshit he is--Leiter and this joker are peas in a pod. They wouldn't last one day out of academia.

    http://www.ratemyprofessors.com/ShowRatings.jsp?tid=962399

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    1. http://www.chetson.com/2013/03/is-brian-leiter-guilty-of-cyber-stalking/

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