I know this may be hard to understand for some men, but it is possible to take your love of the female form too far. Like when firing middle-aged women to replace them with younger more buxom women. This is wrong, right?
So if we agree it is wrong, then why would a pastor fire older teachers and replace them with younger buster teachers? A pastor is supposed understand the difference between right and wrong at a spiritual level. Pastors have a magical moral guide called the bible to help ferret out tough moral questions. Despite the bible, pastors still tip over their willies, just like the rest of us. The bible offers no protection. One does not become moral by becoming a Christian or reading the bible. One becomes moral by being moral. What you do is more important than what you believe. Duh….
Rev. William “Dub” Brooks allegedly let his love for boobs distract him from his supposedly moral imperative to administer a Christian school fairly, now he has some explaining to do.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued letters this summer, saying it had determined Brooks had a list of about 25 positions he planned to eliminate, and had repeatedly expressed "his intentions to replace 'all the older women with young women with big boobs.' "
The ages of the fired teachers are interesting. It is as if a wave of incompetence hit menopausal aged women at the same time, and the only solution was to hire younger women to fill their spots. Something smells fishy here.
The fired teachers are Julie Calzone, 58; Cathleen Fischer, 59; Carol A. McMahon, 63; and Susan Woods, 59.
Something tells me St. Mark's Episcopal School will write some big checks soon.