Yesterday, I killed a post discussing the travails of a too-famous family in favor of....well...sending a note regarding some of those travails to a member of that family directly (thank you, google). Today, I received a note back saying that at least one of the reports was not true.
Now I don't know whether it was, or wasn't, true. If it was, something awful is off the table, probably thanks in small part to people who wrote the would-be offender. If it was not, the reporter who wrote the original story gets some well deserved rebuke. It's a good thing.
In other world news, apparently the killer whale that killed his trainer will be performing shows once again. What could possibly go wrong?
Sears: The Titanic of retail - The Titanic of retail: Sears is 'set to sink' as stores close, executives flee, and the CFO admits the brand is falling short Excerpt: Neil Saunders, ...
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