Update/clarification: Sorry, no, it's not my office. (I didn't have an office. I had a cubicle 15 blocks from where I taught. On campus, my office was a trailer, not a sturdy interior like this.) I have my job (complaining will start in September) and I knew I should've been specific--the computer science department was eliminated at Loyola (the reasons are unclear and hardly fit their claim to be thinking about community needs) and this professor was given a month to clear out. He taped the letter to his door as his last words, to show what the administration did. This is going on at Loyola and Tulane and UNO. These are not fly-by-night adjuncts but tenured professors with functional departments.
7/25/06: My "fly-by-night" comment was not a statement of fact or belief but a reiteration of one of the university myths about adjuncts--that they work full-time at other jobs and teach just to keep in touch with academia (huh?), that they are temporary and disposable, that they are less capable or just starting out and adjuncting gives them a chance to grow as teachers (huh? squared), etc. I have yet to meet an adjunct that fits the university myths.