June 24, 2009
Ezra Rosser: A normal human being trapped in a law faculty body
In On Becoming "Professor": A Semi-Serious Look in the Mirror, 36 Fl. St. Univ. L. Rev. 215 (2009), [SSRN], Ezra Rosser, WCL Assistant Professor of Law and co-editor of Poverty Law Prof Blog, promises to "say something about legal academia" and delivers on that promise. Edgy by law review standards, Ezra's 14 page parody article is a delight to read. Don't forget to check the footnotes. My favorite is footnote 41. [JH]
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Dear Mrs. Rosser:
Although I didn't have the pleasure of knowing you nor attending your conference on the "Continuing Conquest of Indigenous People," it is my wish to congratulate you and invite you to visit my website. www.boliviantreks.us, where my contribution to help bring about an awareness of how determinant it could have been had the white immigrants from Europe not found a scapegoat for their own fears, utilizing the "Indian Problem" as a means to secure their well-being in the Americas' at the expense of the wiping out of these humans, let alone not accept the Indian philosophy of Life, which could have, if white immigrants had accepted Indian ways, have led humanity in a course of more reason when it comes to ecology, and the conservation of the world's ecosystems which are the sustenance of the Human Race. Now, western society and the whole of the planet are facing a problem not seen before, and that could definitely have been averted had europeans respected the rightful owners of the America's, and had come in peace.
May you be blessed in your andeavours..
Posted by: Jimmy Coughlin Romero | Nov 29, 2011 5:54:09 AM