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Daily Douchebag: Rxxx Sxxxxxx
RAZZY Note: I couldn't find a picture of Rxxx Sxxxxxx, as he isn't part of Facebook or MySpace or Friendster or anywhere else on the internets, which is a pity because it would be great to show off his unkempt hair, untrimmed fingernails, and generally slovenly appearance.Oh well.
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Name: Rxxx Sxxxxxx
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Douchebaggery: Normally I don't use this blog to resolve my personal grievances, but Rxxx Sxxxxxx has been a thorn in my side since I started graduate school, and today he is defending his thesis.I am here to make sure that when he goes out to seek employment, the people unfortunate enough to consider hiring him know exactly what they are getting: an unstable, violent misogynist with a completely warped view of reality that prevents him from taking any responsibility whatsoever for his actions.I don't wish the misery of working with Rxxx on anyone, so hopefully anyone considering such a prospect can read the story of my personal experience with him, and decide for him or herself whether or not they want to employ such a debased and frightening individual.I consider it my duty to ensure that the public is informed of the risks associated with associated with Rxxx Sxxxxxx, because I don't think anyone should have to go through that hell when they are trying to finish their experiments.
I met Rxxx when I was being recruited by Columbia.I remember thinking he wasn't bad looking but he was desperately in need of a nail trimmer.
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J-Sexy and I were drinking with Rxxx and some people from the department at a party for one of his lab's departing postdocs.After the booze ran out, we elected to go drink more at Rxxx's apartment because for a while he was being uncharacteristically charming and funny.However, he became more belligerent with each beer he consumed, and was simultaneously trying to bed me in the most obnoxious way possible.
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Several days later, Rxxx apparently decided to check out my website, and discovered the entry.He marched right into my lab's tissue culture room to unleash hell.
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Later that day, Rxxx left a comment on the blog entry.I guess he was unsatisfied with my levels of fright and repentance, and decided to take some shots at my credibility AND call me ugly.I particularly like the part where he said that I am so ugly, some other girl dumped him because she wouldn't stoop to date anyone with standards so low as to drunkenly hook up with a troll like myself.I also like how he blames sweet, innocent alcohol for all his bad behavior.He thought this might make me apologize:
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From: Rxxx Sxxxxxx (rsxxxxxx@columbia.edu)
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Rxxx really had a lot of nerve to get on me for talking about our shared, less-than-delightful night of non-passion when he was telling the story to anyone who would listen.Furthermore, I was appalled that in addition to his hatred for the female genitalia he considered screaming at his female coworkers a normal dispute resolution technique.
After learning this, I wasn't terribly surprised Rxxx decided to tattle on me for saying mean (but TRUE) things on the internets about him to my PI in an extremely abridged version of the conflict between us.I'm sure in Rxxx's mind, he thought my male PI would share his derogatory view of women (even though his lab is ALL women besides him) and put me in my place for getting out of line.He was kind enough to copy me on the e-mail he sent:To: Razzy (razzy@razzy.org), Razzy's PI (razzyspi@columbia.edu)From: Rxxx Sxxxxxx (rsxxxxxx@columbia.edu)
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I really just wanted Rxxx to leave me alone, and told my PI that I would only do that if Rxxx continued to make this an issue or otherwise bother me.My PI said he would e-mail Rxxx back that this was a personal matter and therefore his involvement would be inappropriate, in the hopes that this would compel Rxxx to drop the whole thing.
However, then this postdoc from Rxxx's lab came by to tell me that Rxxx had informed his PI when my PI failed to punish me adequately, or at all.I told my PI, and he strongly advised I report it to the department chair so that my side of the story could be heard.I did, and the department chair explained that Rxxx had a lot of issues (duh) stemming from the semi-recent (within the last two years) death of his mother, and had serious self-control problems, especially when drinking.He promised me that Rxxx would no longer be permitted to go to my floor, and he would stay away from me altogether, especially when drinking.I said this was acceptable to me.
Rxxx held up to this agreement for about a year.Then he left his PI's lab after--you guessed it--screaming at him in a fit of rage.If you're keeping score at home, that is the SECOND lab in four years he departed on controversial terms in our department.He looked around for a new lab to join, but his reputation preceded him and nobody at Columbia would take him.So he petitioned his committee to graduate, and was given six months to write his thesis at a bench in a different lab.
Last summer, he decided that the agreement he'd made with the department chair regarding me was null and void on account of his exit from the department chair's lab.During that period, I was co-president of the graduate student body on the medical center campus, and my duties included regularly attending these Friday barbecues we'd throw for the students.Not only did Rxxx start showing up on a weekly basis, but he would drink until the beer ran out.One time, he even walked up to me as I was stocking the cooler and grabbed two beers out of my hands.So much for staying away from me, especially while drinking.Even worse, I found out he had been coming to my floor and it was only by sheer luck that I hadn't run into him lurking around the halls.
I felt VERY uneasy knowing that I could be confronted by him at any time.For one thing, he is obviously unstable.For another thing, he hates women.And for another, he REALLY hates me. I'm a woman who had the audacity to decline the offer of a ride on his pencil dick, and then who humiliated him publicly.Even worse, then the other men in our department did not take his side and he ended up being the one who got in trouble.I also didn't like the fact that all of a sudden, he regarded rules that had been put in place for my comfort and safety as entirely optional.Every time he strolled into a Friday barbecue, I felt like my skin was crawling and I would get fidgety, nervous, and obsessive about watching where he was in relation to myself at all times.
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I ended up not getting the order of protection, as the university required Rxxx to sign a document stating that he acknowledged he would not attend any graduate student events, stay off my floor, and stay as far away from me as possible.Also, an order of protection would for all intents and purposes kick him out of school since we work in the same building, and I thought the school's option would enrage him less than being served with a piece of paper that contains his simultaneous academic death sentence and my home address.So far, this has worked and now he's on the verge of getting out of Columbia and thus my life one way or another.
However, although I won't be attending his defense today, I wanted to make sure I acknowledged this joyous occasion.Whether he graduates or not, he's not going to have the opportunity to menace me ever again.Assuredly even if he does get a job somewhere, his behavior won't last for two seconds in a professional environment.In an academic setting, people like Rxxx get away with being scary assholes because the university doesn't want any bad press, and they want to help people get through personal crises.Rxxx had about fifty second chances while he was at Columbia, and he blew them all with his spectacular inability to control his temper.He won't get those second chances in industry.In a great ironic twist, Rxxx has turned to blogging to salvage his career.He is trying his hand at science journalism by writing the most boring blog ever.On the bright side, blogging from his crappy apartment will keep the number of female colleagues he could potentially abuse to a minimum.
So, congratulations all around.The Department of Microbiology at Columbia University is about to be a much safer place.And hopefully, all prospective employers have been duly warned that Rxxx Sxxxxxx is a liability to their business and a danger to his colleagues, particularly those with two X chromosomes.Consider yourself warned.
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