Skip to comments.Kentucky man charged with stealing book on ethics
Posted on 07/27/2012 3:56:39 PM PDT by GSWarrior
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- University of Louisville police say a Prospect man is getting a tough lesson on ethics that probably can't be found in a book.
The Courier-Journal reported that ( http://cjky.it/NyaO4G) campus police arrested Terry J. Davis on Wednesday and charged him with stealing a textbook called "Resolving Ethical Issues" from the University of Louisville's Health Sciences Center.
(Excerpt) Read more at sacbee.com ...
FWIW the Bible is the most stolen book in bookstores.
One from the “you can’t make this stuff up” file
When will he formally announce his intention to run for Congress?/s;)
This might affect his bonus with Goldman Sachs ...
Worth at least one facepalm, maybe a double.
Is he related to Sandy Berger?
The man should be left alone until he has a chance to read the book first and THEN does something wrong.
There was a “Calvin and Hobbes” strip once where Calvin is telling Hobbes how he had just taken a test and he could have gotten away with cheating on it—but it just wouldn’t have seemed right to cheat on a test on ethics.
It was stolen from the Health Sciences building. So maybe ethical issues are just health issues to be solved by Obamacare. A medicine could be injected that would make us all obedient and equal members of the plantation. Then we would all be equally ethical.
Next he needs to steal a book on irony.
They should let him keep it - seems like he really needs to read it......
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