Comments: Turning the work world clock back

Reminds me of Blanco's crying in front of the cameras. I think the people of Louisiana would have much rather had a governor who WOULD DO SOMETHING OTHER THAN CRY!

Posted by Jay at October 5, 2005 01:27 AM

Re: "when some poor demented fellow, one "David," phoned in to offer his support."

More likely he was trying to pick her up. I have been trying to avoid following this issue because it's so tawdry. EVERY management book I have ever read has cautioned about office romances. She's an idiot plain and simple, Jerry Springer here we come.

Posted by John B at October 5, 2005 10:48 AM

Bringing your kids to a public admission that you were suckin' face with one of your cow-orkers? That is plain just wrong! The common wisdom is "don't defecate where you eat." Are there no disciplined, honorable public figures any more?

Re Hillary and cigars; she had had experience with cigar smokers. With Arafat's rumored proclivities, I would think that his would have been places that Bill's hadn't been!

Posted by DoubtingThomas at October 5, 2005 03:40 PM

Excellent connection, Jay. Yes, the tearful confession is a great way to deflect reponsibility! /sarcasm

She offered another lovely excuse: the City of Toronto doesn't have guidelines for how to avoid conflicts of interests for office romances. "Don't do it" would have been the advice of most of us.

John and Thomas, that's great snark! Indeed, this whole things is so stupid that it's hard not to laugh.

Posted by Debbye at October 5, 2005 07:53 PM