I still can't get over that remark from one of our employees. She characterized us-- the citizens of the Hospitality State-- as "disgusting and shameful." She's entitled (isn't everyone) to her opinion, but I think it's ill-mannered to talk this way about your employers.
|I was disappointed that there were so many weeds (not pictured) in the flower beds at TSUN.|
Granted, TSUN & Oxford are... how to say this?... different from the rest of Mississippi so we shouldn't be too quick to generalize, but still, that's what I found.
|Walk this way.|
Zoom in. It says, "[T]he heartwood is resistant to deterioration."
|There should be no shame in growing old. That's a normative claim.|
There's a bench beneath the tree.
I could be wrong about this, but I don't think it's shameful to be loyal to rebellious cause, is it?
Especially when you have a Creed.
|Class of 2005|
Disgusting and shameful-- to Believe in Respect, Fairness, Civility, Integrity, Honesty, Freedom, Stewardship.
I make fun of TSUN a lot. But it's a good school.