Hello. I love you. Won't you tell me your name?
I'm frequently envious of people with personality disorders. They get all the sexy sex, and become CEOs.
@17crash You do realize that First Amendment protections have nothing to do with workplace conduct, right? Unless Mozilla suddenly became Congress, and pressures on its CEO became "laws," you're spouting nonsense. Also, peeling bumper stickers doesn't even remotely equate with fag-bashing.
@lemmycaution Donation to a cause is more than simple "political belief" - it's powerful advocacy. And he was the CEO, which is more than just a "job" to take or lose. It's the public face of a corporation, and the chief salesman of its mission, values and product. That job defines the brand. And thus his public advocacy of a cause incongruous with that brand would have jeopardized Mozilla's business. They should never have elevated him to the position of Mr. Outside, in the first place. Also, he *quit* his job. He didn't lose it.
His various versions of "Tear Stained Letter" are the only jam-bandish music ever worth hearing.
And that's why I switched to narcotics.
On Feelings Had
My guess it became compulsory when the DMV went online.
Will Goop replace Highlights?
There's no reason to show this kind of photo when NYC is suffering another "wintery mix." Please think of the children.
Unless this movie has either a credible biblical explanation post-deluvian genetic diversity or warriors fighting giant crabs, I'm not interested.