... someone would misunderestimate my intentionalizationisms.
I was referring to the good folks who sought "... accommodations so they may observe the Jewish holiday, Tisha B’Av, on Thursday, July 30, 2009."
I'm not trying to paint with a broad brush, but I know there are people in this world who, despite their protestations to the contrary, will take every advantage possible to get a leg (or a few points) up on every, and any, one else.
It has nothing to do with any type of class, suspect or otherwise. It has everything to do with the type of person some people choose to be. We all know someone like that (and don't tell me you don't!)
Besides, some of my very 'bestest' friends have testing accommodations, so I know what that's all about. The only thing I've ever accused them of is being the author of some of those 9-page long, 3000-word, released answers. Because no one could have typed or written an answer that long unless they had 90 or 120 minutes to write it! (the bastards!)
In fact, I keep trying to convince myself that if I was allowed to delay the test for one day, that I would not be looking for some clue as to the topics scheduled to be on the test I was taking tomorrow. Unfortunately, with as much as there is at stake, and as long as I've been hacking away at this beast, I honestly can't say that I would be that ... honorable, if I was in that position.
That's all I'm saying.
Geez... if we all can't see human nature for what it is, how the heck are we going to be able to evaluate the client who walks in our door, plunks himself down in the chair in our office, and unloads his tale of woe about how his neighbor gone an' done him wrong?!?
Sayin', I'm just.