Couldn’t resist this startling snippet from University of Minnesota geography instructor Marvin Taylor’s testimony to the higher-ed conference committee this week.
I thought only the rest of the professional world had the problem below.
“I have been saddened lately by my discussion with one of my committee members. He is, in my biased view, the greatest scholar in the discipline of geography today. But this only troubles me more, given what he has said to me on multiple occasions this semester:
‘I don’t have time to think. I don’t have time to think.’
A brilliant scholar, who I deeply admire, looks me in the eye and tells me he does not have time to think.
What are we doing?”