RE: A Question for Wade

From: Lawrence DeBivort (
Date: Thu Nov 29 2001 - 20:26:07 GMT

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    Swimming against the current -- my lot, and privelege. :-)

    Couldn't agree with you more re. leadership and management situation. But
    given what 'most' leaders are trying to do and th level of their moral
    consciousness (I know, I know...) maybe their ineptitude and that of those
    who wish to help them is a good thing.

    Lawrence, the Cynic

    > Hi Lawrence DeBivort -
    > >I say fortunately because I have no
    > >interest in popularizing the idea of memes.
    > Swimming against the current, eh?
    > That's okay, there's a lot of refuse for the maggots of the mind bunch to
    > stick their ovipositors into.
    > Unfortunately, a lot of them show up in forums presented to your two
    > amendment professions -
    > >leadership and management.
    > - mostly to those who can actually do neither and don't improve, but they
    > get a nice new binder.
    > Problem with a lot of professions is, all they can do is profess.
    > - Wade

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