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December 20, 2007

I Heard It at Radio Shack

While on a quest for electronic gizmos the other night, I heard a newscast about a cheating scandal that might leave a good portion of Florida State’s football players sitting at home for the New Year’s Eve Music City Bowl. 

For some reason, I couldn't get excited about the “scandal” because in our society cheating, at least some types of cheating, just doesn't seem to matter anymore. Is it just me, or are cheaters becoming lazy?   

For the sake of the players, I do hope this discipline hurts financially and socially, but I doubt a players' reformation throughout college or university front lines will happen just yet. Also, one would hope the educators at Florida State would learn to teach its students “thou shall not cheat” before all that is left is bands of roving men (and women) who act more like the Huns than Americans.

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