- "Insincerity to save face?" Do you mean your insincerity to save face? Or are we calling magnanimity in the face of truculence "insincerity" these days? That could be indicative of a larger problem in our society . . .
- "Let's just move on with our lives"? You started it!
- I think it's safe to say you have been vanquished by the sheer joyousness of the UTA twitterperson.
Secondly, I now have incontrovertible proof that Lee Davidson uses Copy-and-Paste to write his "news" stories. A while ago, the following typo appeared in one of his articles:
- $2,0126 is not a number.
- $2,376 - $360 = $2,016. Clearly you stuck an extra "2" in. It happens to the best of us. But this typo still hasn't been corrected, 23 days later, despite the fact that the first ten or so comments on the article made fun of the typos in it.
You couldn't proofread it the first time. Then you copied exactly the same text into another article, and you couldn't proofread it the second time, either. Go ahead, read it. It's exactly the same between "Such" and "year." Typo and all. You should be ashamed of yourself. You should have been "let go" instead of someone else. And the editors of the Trib should be red-faced for allowing such drivel to last so long on their pages. How can I take anything you say seriously when you are clearly trying to coast through your career by taking potshots at an easy government target, potshots that you can't even come up with anew for each article? I find your lack of initiative detestable--unless it is due to some kind of extreme personal hardship, in which case you should seek help instead of spreading it around in public media. I find the fact that the haters only appear on your articles utterly suspicious. I think the only reason you still have your job is because you are blackmailing your co-workers or because your management is utterly incompetent to recognize bad journalism. I've tried to give you the benefit of the doubt for months, but last week I gave up. I hope you lose your job; if and when you do, I hear UTA is hiring bus drivers.
Sorry, that was a bit much. But it is in response to a bit much. Here's a little lighter fare to finish off the night. Did you know that Bitstrips has a whole page dedicated to "Commute?"
|Not that I've ever done that. Looked for them, I mean.|
|Of course, there's no bus stop with a shelter anywhere near my house.|
|I've never actually made it quite that far.|