45 Shades of Grey

Talk about someone who got fucked.

This Presidunce Council could fuck up a three-car funeral.

Just contact my son if you need me…

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7 Responses to 45 Shades of Grey

  1. Ignorance is Bliss says:

    Whoa, what happened to Gubera? Did they force him to retire or something. Love that guy.

  2. Pernicious says:

    The administration failed to recognize him for 45 years of service when they gave out the service awards and then sent the apology to his son by mistake.

    • Ignorance is Bliss says:

      How embarrassing. The man started there the very first year the school was open at the current campus and they “powers” that be couldn’t even properly acknowledge that. Sad, sad, sad.

  3. Foofram says:

    Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends..

    • Sam Claussen says:

      Tradition is the foundation of any institution. We should look to the future, to new ideas and new concepts, but to do it with disregard to traditions, is like building a house on sand. Dr. Gubera is part of the tradition. His 45 years stand as a monument that provides a solid foundation for the university. Look to the future, but don’t forget your past. How many thousands of students has Dr. Gubera’s 45 years impacted? How many community members and how many educators has he impacted?

  4. Ignorance Is Bliss says:

    Ok, yes, but what happened to him? I haven’t heard the exacts.

  5. Rev. R.V.Touring (Ret.) says:

    The thing is a clear indicator of the values of the top brass at Southern. They value football stadiums (stadia?), and buildings above all; and they value people not at all. I’d say they value excellence not at all, but they don’t even know what that is; the word is not in their vocabulary.

    People cost money. People have opinions that sometimes do not agree with the boss’ opinion. People have needs, for involvement, for advancement, for rewards tangible and intangible. Whereas any bozo, according tot he brass, can teach any topic at any level to any number of students, presumably for any tuition they can get away with.

    That a seasoned professional is somehow “better” for the students, for the institution, for the college or department, than some untried amateur never once occurred to the folks making the decisions. The distinction will never become obvious to them because they make no effort to assess the effect of the professional faculty on student, programs, and the institution, in comparison to any pick-up team playing in the sand lot.

    The whole idea is to see how cheaply we can funnel how many students through this chicken ranch at how high a tuition.

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