Last week was a great week for Vox commenting—it would be impossible to highlight all the noteworthy comments from this week, so if you have some time to kill this President’s Day, Vox suggests you check out these posts about the GUSA election (one, two and three). This week’s post will therefore have a theme: Vox‘s reprehensible moral failings. Last Thursday, we published a photograph of the debate notes of GUSA vice presidential candidate Markel Starks (COL ’14), in which he wondered if he was hungry and played tic-tack-toe with himself. Not particularly respectful? Perhaps not. And the commentariat called us on it.
@wtf reminded me that I will have to explain my behavior to a higher power someday, or President DeGioia:
i totally agree “wtf” jackson this is pathetic you ought to be ashamed of yourself and be glad markel isn’t taking this to the administration or the cops as an invasion of privacy or hypothetically theft (my brother is a graduate of the law school, he and i had an interesting conversation about this). you have no moral codes, you have no ethical codes, and I have no clue how on earth you are going to defend yourself to God
Another @wtf gave us legal advice, but there’s no way someone using the word ‘behoove’ is speaking seriously.
Jackson Perry, you are walking dangerous legal lines, and it would highly behoove you to not break laws. I love vox populi, but this post is just unacceptable. no bullcrap.