They Won Because They’re Stronger, and That’s Not Fair!
Allegedly, according to the New York Times, an NYU professor has been fired because a minority of his students in organic chemistry complained that his course was “too hard.”
I’m thinking of all the races I could have won if I had protested that the actual winner was “too fast” and should have been disqualified, or bank loans I might have secured if I had protested that the lending rules were too severe and overly focused on insufficient assets.
Welcome to the world of the limbo where the question about standards becomes, “How low can you go?”
“The race isn’t always to the swift or the battle to the strong, but that’s the way to bet.” —Damon Runyon