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“Sometimes in discipline matters, given all of the facts, something less than termination is in order,” Leibowitz wrote.CSU San Marcos Tried to Fire a Professor for Misconduct – Then His Union Intervened|Kayla Jimenez|May 25, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Halfway through the evening, Leibowitz climbed onto a chair below a wall of very large knives.
Whatever happens, Myint and Leibowitz’s interest in regenerative agriculture was, like most things with them, ahead of its time.
Now, he and Leibowitz spend their days discussing soil organic-matter levels with multinational food brands and trying to convert Silicon Valley tech firms to the zero-carbon agenda.
Since then, the organization, with Leibowitz as executive director and Myint as director of partnerships, has flourished.
The Leibowitz fuss had barely ended when the shouting about the banknotes began.
The last time I visited Leibowitz was 19 years ago, on Israeli Memorial Day, 1994.
The late Yeshayahu Leibowitz, a well-known left-wing intellectual, once described settlers as “Judeo-Nazis.”
The totality of making this book has Leibowitz asserting, “It taught me to see again.”
Leibowitz would find something, and the case would be over, and he could go back to Washington and rest.
He nodded to Leibowitz, and the electronics engineer nodded back.
That, of course, meant that there would be no secret machines found in the red Cadillacs Leibowitz & Hardin were examining now.
It made him feel as if Leibowitz liked him, and approved of him.
"Sal's a real crackerjack," Leibowitz said enthusiastically.