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June 03, 2010

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ejoch

This column seemed quite balanced to me
http://www.slate.com/id/2255636/

I find the whole 'emoting' thing utterly silly. The 'plug the hole yet daddy' line made me cringe; either he was told to say that by his press team, or he actually thought it was important. I think I'd have more respect for the former.

peter

MoDo, Noonan, et al. provide classic examples of the Managerial Syllogism, famous in boardrooms across the world:

Premise 1: The situation is serious and we must do something.
Premise 2: X is something.
Conclusion: Therefore, let us do X.

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