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|45 weeks 1 day ago||Thanks Heiko||
For asking these good questions and to Mattison for being so candid in his response. I just now wonder if this coordinator independence (indifference?) is pretty typical of most coaching staffs (in which the the head coach needs to be the one to see the whole picture and coordinate communication when needed) or if this a unique situation that's contributing to our problems?
|1 year 1 week ago||Who's the Leech?||
Not sure how the OPs gets off calling the author a "Leech" with "entitlement to other people's money" when the subject of author's article is criticism of a billionaire who's currently asking for taxpayers to give the billionaire more money.
If you’re going to into business with someone, you’ll first want to know what they’re doing with their other capital and other ventures, don’t you? Or is it really ‘not your business’? Well when someone goes to the public asking them to pony up tax money for a for-profit venture, then they, like a politician, become a public figure, susceptible to investigation and fair criticism about what they do with their money/other business practices that could affect the public's decision.
They're not unrelated.
|2 years 17 weeks ago||This Woman's Work||
Devastating indeed but not "a tale of a woman losing her husband". Song about a woman going through hard baby labor as seen from the father's point of view. Made famous from the film She's Having A Baby.