Question of the Day

Who is the least ethical person you know personally, and who is the most ethical person you know personally?

Of course you needn't feel obliged to name names: "My former boss" or "my sister-in-law" or "someone I know from work" or "someone to whom I'm related" or as specific or vague as you'd like is fine. And "myself" is a totally legitimate answer.

Suggested by Iain. We had a really fun conversation about this subject during dinner awhile ago. It was interesting how even the way we each respectively assessed ethics was different. For example, Iain strictly used actions he'd observed to assess least ethical, whereas I used observed actions combined with of what I imagined someone to be capable. And as we talked about it more, we realized those separate guidelines potentially yielded very different results!

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