don’t you fwet, now, you just dwy them pore lil’ eyes—
The University of Otago has apologised after asking its law students an exam question about the ethics of representing a terrorist.
The question led some students to break down and cry during the exam last week after it brought back painful memories of the Christchurch mosque attacks on March 15 in which 51 people were killed.
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—an’ don’t you never fink there may be a real world out dere, just waiting for ‘oo to be given your lovely new parchment and sally forth in shining armour to reshape it …
And don’t you ever consider that you may one day have to deal with unpleasantness. ( I mean, really, how can you defend in court some nasty person whose doggy left a dunnit on someone’s lawn?) … ooooooohhhh … YUK~! (Sob, sniff … WAAAAH!)
“—Coming! … Puff puff pant gasp wheeze … Yes, Mr Argus?”
“There’s another wannabe lawyer over here! Collapsed under the strain of resolving her illusions of human nature with human nature…”
“Oh! Smelling salts or bullet, Mr Argus? Bullet would be more merciful—”
“Salts! A wee dose of Reality might help too—go vandalise her car …”
AND the meek shall inherit the Earth*.
Stand aside, Wimp! REAL gal comin’ through!
* (Six feet of it, cold and damp …)