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It’s a crisis…uh, no it’s not. Wait…

The Washington Post today announced that the UN’s World Health Organization has upgraded the H1N1 flu virus to a Category 6 Pandemic. It is worldwide, and appears to be gearing up for the Southern Hemisphere’s winter season. For those who … Continue reading

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  1. allanhimmelstein says:

    John,
    Great Post and written in the true style of the John Dini I know. Best advice is do what you have to do. Look at everything from a postitive perspective. If the unemployment rate is 10% the positive aspect is that 90% are still employed. That's why I really like the Alternative Board, because we can look at every idea and decision from a different perspective, and turning ovver the thought at 2am in the morning.

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The Criminalization of Integrity

Yesterday Congress passed the credit card reform act. The cynical part of me doesn’t like another law that is designed to protect the stupid from themselves, but that’s not what I’m really upset about. The New York Times published an … Continue reading

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  1. Kevin Cooper says:

    Spot On!!! There seems to be a complete vacuum of personal responsibilty out side of any system that has built in penalties. Oh say… like owning your own small business where you are emmediately held accountable by your customers and the market.

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