This Time, Read the Comments

Well, I’m saying that while there are only three there, but I find it interesting, nevertheless that the first comments on the piece were those comments.

I mean, my commenters aren’t normally grammatically-correct thoughtful disagreements with me.

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2 thoughts on “This Time, Read the Comments

  1. I hope Haslam isn’t trusting in the loyalty of his employees to get him through this, many of whom are perhaps looking at felony convictions for wire fraud themselves when all of the indictments roll.

  2. After watching his press conference, I’m kind of convinced that he didn’t know the extent of things. Which doesn’t really let him off the hook, seeing that he’s the CEO, but I ended up feeling a tiny bit of sympathy for him along with the schadenfreude. He really looked genuinely shaken when talking about having to call up customers and apologize.

    And as I talk about at Pith tomorrow, he’s got Civil Rights Act problems, too, I think.

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