Richard S. wrote:As long as everyone who's owed money in this deal get paid, why should she bother to say anything at all?
Robin Garr wrote:Two, allegations have been made about Lynn's corporate behavior that suggest it was nasty and inappropriate. Personally, I'd want to have my firm statement out there in response to all that. But maybe that's just me.
Richard S. wrote:My perception of it was that people were saying her behavior was illegal. In my eyes, those accusations should have been made in court, not on Facebook.
I sure didn't see many people saying they loved her.
Robin Garr wrote:Richard S. wrote:I sure didn't see many people saying they loved her.
I think those would be the people I talk to on the street, the folks who like to eat but don't spend time talking on Facebook or forums.
Robin Garr wrote: some of the aggrieved servers were talking to a labor union about organizing, which is a pretty serious move.
I laughed at that because I find it to be true. Forums in particular seem to be notorious for rants rather than raves. If we're going to write about something, it seems we're more inclined to vent about what's bothering us.
Stephen D wrote:I laughed at that because I find it to be true. Forums in particular seem to be notorious for rants rather than raves. If we're going to write about something, it seems we're more inclined to vent about what's bothering us.
It also seems to me that it's a question of mood. Sometimes, good people have bad days- that some of the weight of life is getting under thier skin.
I've been reading the various posts from people I know well and have been thinking 'what mood are they in?
Stephen D wrote:You should come to the next offline- it works exactly like that.
People that you had a heated debate with, become your dining companions. What seemed like a big deal, falls in the face of companionship.
It's like a familly. And everyone is invited.
'We may not always get along, but we always get along.'
Antonia L wrote:Hear, hear, Steve.
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