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Mar 19, 2011


Charlie Quimby

I think the definition of "amicable" in a case where an employee runs the business into the ground is: go away; go very far away and do not list me as a reference.

Phoenix Woman

Reminds me of a joke I heard the other day:

What do the StarTribune and BajaSol have in common nowadays? They're both 100% owned by shadowy Republican bankers. (Just waiting for the Coopers to hire Doug Tice and for Tony Sutton to become the Strib's new editor.)

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