The following is a collection of audio recordings that I successfully made once McNeese State University started retaliating against me for reporting ADA (and other policy) violations and refusing to participate in such violations. I listened through the recordings and have provided a transcript of notable parts of the recording for easy reference. This transcript should be considered a summary of the recording. The quotes one this page are loosely defined in that if some one stuttered or had some similar speach mistake, that mistake is ommitted.
Stan Hipplertalks about how I am to not write code (despite being hire to write code).
Stan Hipplertalks about
what students want.
An infinite amount of crap.
Stan Hipplertells me I am not going to do any programmer (Again..I am hired to program).
Stan Hipplerstates that he will meet with
Gerald Fisher, and I point out that if I am part of this team, then I need to meet with them (this meeting never happens with me).
Stan Hippleradmits that I,
Kevin Day, do not try to aggravate people or try to show off.
That makes me think that they are trying to aggravate or show me that they know a bunch of crap. I have forgotten more than those people have and I have been doing this shit for 40 years.
Stan Hipplertells me to copy off other users and to
get their ideas.
Stan Hipplertells me he does what me to program (My job is to program).
Stan Hipplerclaims that people “choose not to see” that open source programming is supporting chemical terrorism.
Hell, for all I know over probably half of the open-source software is probably developed in Finland or some place like that where they support chemical terrorist.
Transcript: Transcript - Termination - Rec-2017-07-18-09-04-02.
File: Termination - Rec-2017-07-18-09-04-02.
Kevin Day, state that
you would think that they would communicate with me.
Charlene Abbottstates that it is because that it is
Not the right fit(which does not sound like I did anything wrong to deserve a Bar Order and other hostile treatment!).
Charlene Abbottmentions how I have previously made harassment complaints and that I may need to file with the EEOC.