I talked to a high school class last week about journalism ethics, the tough questions journalists face all the time, and about ethical problem-solving. The students had to write mini-reports about me and about the discussion. The teacher, with a kind note of thanks, mailed me the reports.
Most of them got it right, or at least close: They picked out a quote or an issue that we talked about and wrote about that.
Then there was this lead sentence:
"Most people have at least one thing they struggle with in their jobs, but few struggle with their morals the way Scott Blanchard does."
Thus wounded, I slink away, defenseless. Think of me what you will.