Dr.Vincent J. Lynch, MSW, professor of “social work” at Boston College is hosting the 20th Annual HIV/AIDS Social Work Response to AIDS conference again this year.
I cannot believe the 500 pound professor has not given me credit for writing a chapter in the book “Social Workers Speak Out on the HIV/AIDS Crisis”.
When my former boss, Willis Green, Jr. of Harlem United Community AIDS Center was on his death bed, I worked tirelessly with Dr. Lynch in writing a chapter of the book on behalf of my boss, who at the time, couldn’t lift a finger, let alone write a sentence.
Willis promised to credit my work in the book. That’s why I poured my heart in to it. I was being paid just over $20K a year. I wasn’t paid to write a soon to be published thesis.
Years later, after the book was published, I called Vincent Lynch at Boston College and insisted that he at least mention me in the footnotes.
His comment to me was—“Secretaries do this sort of work for their bosses all the time.”
Well go screw yourself you dim witted, fat-ass, mentally- ill fucker!
After working with social workers for more than a decade, I have learned the hard way that most of them are cold, calculating bitches. When I wrote Willis Green, Jr.’s chapter in Lynch’s conference friendly book, I carefully crafted in lyrics from George Michael songs throughout Willis’s chapter.
Willis hated George Michael. I did it on purpose, knowing the type of character that Dr. Lynch has.
Revenge is so sweat and “Charity is a coat one wears twice a year,” isn’t it, Dr. Lynch?
I’m glad the book hasn’t sold that many copies. George Michael may have sued your asses. If he does not, I plan to.