BP is moving ahead with a controversial and potentially record-setting project to drill two miles under the sea and then six to eight miles horizontally to reach what is believed to be a 100-million-barrel reservoir of oil under federal waters.
These guys just don’t know what’s good for them.
I think they know exactly what’s good for them. The problem is I’m not sure whether or not what’s good for them is good for us.
Did they JUST get around to watching There Will Be Blood?
What happens if we steal their rackets? If we steal their rackets, the zombies can no longer hit their aces and thump their backhands and keep us all prisoner on Court 18. I’m shocked that this is only occurring to me now. Will nobody run onto the court and steal their rackets? Are they all too scared of the zombies’ clutching claws and gore-stained teeth? Steal their rackets and we can all go home. Who’s with me? Steal their rackets and then run for the tube.
To me,” says Sloan, “the point isn’t always to get a story out into the world by any means necessary. Just as often, it’s to try out new technologies and new platforms; sometimes it’s to experiment, play and learn.
Nearly everyone in the video is willing to guess about Weinstein’s identity, and in doing so they accept a ‘rule of the game’ that underscores their ignorance. This is a fine storytelling device for Weinstein’s video, but it’s a toxic game in business. For some managers, however, this is THE game. A conversation consists of them waiting for a ‘gotcha’ moment, when they can prove you wrong, ignorant, or both. People pretending to know what they’re talking about are just as much to blame for this game as those who expose them. Beware of games designed to show up anyone’s ignorance! Admitting your ignorance is a first step toward learning.