Comments on: What Apple (and maybe you, too) can learn from the NFL fumble http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/09/28/what-apple-and-maybe-you-too-can-learn-from-the-nfl-fumble/ Fri, 12 Oct 2012 21:02:59 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: Anonymous http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/09/28/what-apple-and-maybe-you-too-can-learn-from-the-nfl-fumble/#comment-889 Fri, 12 Oct 2012 21:02:59 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=191#comment-889 In the most important debate of his political career, the Vice President decided it was acceptable to make the discussion a “laughing matter”. In his duties as Vice President, or should he be required to assume the duties of the President, do we want a person that considers the most important discussions and decisions of his office to be a “laughing matter”, condescending and rude to the listener who could very well be a very sensitive and volatile adversary? Or, do we want a level-headed, respectful, and polite champion for our best interests that is a gentleman with decorum and basic manners?

Vice-President Biden is an embarassment to the Office of The Vice-President, to the American people, and to himself.

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By: MonojitBanerjee http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/09/28/what-apple-and-maybe-you-too-can-learn-from-the-nfl-fumble/#comment-885 Sat, 29 Sep 2012 05:15:02 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=191#comment-885 It would be nice to have some background information for posts like these. I follow your blog from India. It is not always possible to be aware of all current happenings in the U.S.

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By: SayHey http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/2012/09/28/what-apple-and-maybe-you-too-can-learn-from-the-nfl-fumble/#comment-884 Fri, 28 Sep 2012 17:45:55 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/jack-and-suzy-welch/?p=191#comment-884 The aggravated customers never stopped watching the product – the whole assault on the replacement referees was a media pro-union campaign. You would think that prior to this referees never made bad calls – which certainly was not the case. Not that the replacements disproportionately made bad calls – in fact the manufactured storm over the end of the Packers-Seahawks game was just that – manufactured. With simultaneous possession of the ball, it goes to the offensive player under the rules – was it a close call, a judgment call? – yes – and by definition those are controversial. And, BTW, what were the main issues in this dispute? – the referees wanted to hold on to a legacy pension plan instead of a 401K (well, welcome to the rest of America)and they opposed the NFL hiring more regular referees – just another attempt to keep all the work to themselves – not exactly idealism.

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