>>My apologies for inadvertently insulting your daughter.>>
Accepted as "tongue in cheek. <G>
>>However my limited professional experience of lawyers indicates that
professional ethics means something very different to them than it means
scientists, engineers, theologians, and probably most ordinary people as
Actually, I think it means a lot more (morally) than it does to many
professional people. That it is abused goes w/o saying, at least by some.
The adversary system of legal affairs contributes to this -- but so far
we've not invented anything better. Like capitalism -- a system that
stinks, but we use it cause we don't know anything that works any better
(and we know many that work a whole lot worse).
Burgy (John Burgeson)
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