Heart attack or giggle fit?
November 29, 2012 11:29 AM Subscribe
A good professor of mine wrote one of the books for our class. A web link provided in an endnote has expired since this edition was published, and redirects to a website with highly dubious intentions. He's not exactly old and isn't frail by any means, but he's had a heart attack before and I don't want to give him another. Am I being paranoid?
posted by Chutzler to Grab Bag (13 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
My professor is well-known in his field, and the interloping webpage in question is kind of a warning splash / text-only launch page for a website that promises all kinds of access to free-of-charge images of, in my estimation, disrobed yutes.
I'm conflicted in that I really don't think it's any kind of big deal to tell him, but I also don't want to go to class tomorrow to find out that it's been cancelled on account of mortality.
Any advice? By all means, feel free to tell me that I should quite being a nervous prude, if that's what I need.