42 thoughts on “Two Big Milestones For Ethics Alarms!

  1. I was introduced to this blog by Paul W. Schlecht on December 2, 2015 and since then I have been part of nearly 1,600 threads over 1230 days which works out to be about 1.3 threads per day.

    Since that day in December 2015, my understanding of ethics has grown substantially; I’ve learned a lot from both Jack and my fellow commenters on both sides of the political aisle, my writing skills have improved, I can explain myself better most of the time, I think faster, I think more thoroughly, I think more ethically. Although my life has gotten considerably more chaotic since the beginning of this year and my participation has been declining, I make a point to at least read the blogs and as many comments as I can even if I don’t have time to comment myself. Every day I read Ethics Alarms, it inspires my brain to function better and pushes it beyond where it was the day before. To say that I’ve ethically grown both personally and professionally because of this blog would be an gross understatement; in fact, my three years of participation as of December 2018 helped prepare me in ways you all will never know for the first three months in 2019 and beyond.

    I’ll continue reading this blog regardless of direct participation for as long as we both shall live.

        • I’m sorry, I meant to reply to Jack’s post-

          “At one point, Spam lapped actual comments by at least 10 to 1.”

          I can’t imagine having to deal with that. For some reason, my comment ended up here. I replied to a notification, and commented in the comment box that opened up from the email. I thought my post would be below Jack’s. I’m sorry for the misunderstanding.

  2. As honorary chairman of the Ethics Alarms readership, it is my privilege to extend to you a laurel . . . and hardy handshake.

    CONGRATULATIONS!

    I randomly found the old Ethics Scoreboard more than a decade ago now when searching for something else and I’ve been a regular reader and commenter ever since (even if most of my comments are little more than me being a smart-ass).

    Jack, your efforts here have not only taught me a great deal over that time but also inspired me to want to learn more, and for that I will be eternally grateful. I wish you the most success possible for this blog and for your larger mission of making our world a more ethical place.

    Thank you.

    –Dwayne

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