Sunday, August 28, 2016

Social mores run the wild gamut as we circle the globe.

In America, many are succumbing to the virus of outrage. It's part political, sure, but definitely social.

The illness is bizarre to espy in another, yet we're certainly not immune to it ourselves: We just tend to call it other things in perhaps a disingenuous move to disassociate from those surly bands of malcontents. Maybe insincerity is the more egregious act.

Yet here is a tale well-told that plum fascinates. We're trying to imagine a parallel experience here, in corporate realms, but draw the damnedest blank when we do.

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