BY JAMES RICKMAN
In “typical” Los Alamos fashion, some guy with a Ph.D. spent a lot of time putting together nearly 4,200 words in an attempt to convince everyone that s/he was the smartest person in the room, and that everyone else in the local public schools system is too stupid to realize it. I don’t know about all of that, but I do know a couple of things:
• My parents were teachers here and this type of thing used to crop up every now and then in the salad days of Los Alamos, but not as much recently; and
• It takes a hell of a lot of time and effort to craft 4,000 words about anything.
If I were a greater man, you know what I would wish for? I’d wish that people who are making a damned good living slurping up taxpayer money while “working at home” during the pandemic would do their jobs instead of writing treatises about the incompetence of public employees, who, like everyone else, are trying their best to do their jobs during a time of unprecedented uncertainty.