I've been bothered since December by a story I was told by an APA job candidate. According to the candidate, one of the members of the search committee with which he was interviewing fell asleep during the APA interview. Now, the other committee members were awake enough to continue the interview, and so they continued as if nothing was amiss. But the candidate was-- rightly, in my view-- pissed. However, he also realized how awkward the situation was, and so also continued as normal.
The whole thing strikes me as criminal. What should he (the candidate) have done? My view is that he should have called attention to the sleeping committee member and politely asked to reschedule. But I guess it's risky to call to the attention of a search committee that they're not doing their job?
Also: Philosophers Anonymous is one year old today. More soon.