posted by bitchphd
Also, we don't want to work with people who get frustrated by traffic or who are in any way anxious or neurotic because of course we are all paragons of mental health, and it isn't in any way discriminatory to decide not to hire someone because you think they need therapy.
*Note to the Chronicle: I didn't start my blog until a couple of years after I started my job. Funny how academic types try new things once in a while. I also feel the need to point out that, practically speaking, the Chronicle article is probably right; but the smug little tone of "all those bloggers are neurotic freaks, says the pseudonymous and gossipy first-person author" just chaps my hide.