I read this as I was preparing to go to class where I make a very decent living by teaching students to speak Spanish and appreciate Spanish literature. In my workplace, I'm surrounded by people who make their living by teaching their students a variety of fascinating and important things. This tweeter might not believe it, but we do not abuse, harm or neglect anybody by practicing our profession.
The following pompous and meaningless pronouncement comes from the Dalai Lama:
So what, the actions of the Nazis who were condemned at the Nuremberg trial were bad but they, as people, were good? Murder is bad but all murderers should be "forgiven" and let out of jail? Actions do not exist independently of people who perform them. If a child molester or a rapist doesn't make the decision to molest or rape, these crimes will not take place. I also wonder how anybody can reasonably ask people to be "patient" when somebody commits a crime against him. Is a person who is being assaulted, for example, expected to submit patiently to the assault while trying to convince himself that the act of beating and the person who inflicts said beating are somehow magically unrelated?
The following is maybe the clunkiest and most dysfunctional metaphor I have seen in a long time (and I grade many student papers each semester):
I sincerely hope that this person doesn't do any writing on a regular basis because that would be a waste of perfectly good paper.
I might make posts about ridiculous tweets a regular feature of this blog because there are so many of them.