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(I Heart Chaos)   If I were to walk around Manhattan protesting Bain Capital in a Hulked out Bane Suit? It would be impressive... for you   (iheartchaos.com) divider line 14
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2012-09-01 09:45:10 AM
Oh, so there's actually a scene in TDKR where Bane hulks out? Sweet!!

I want it on the BluRay.
 
2012-09-01 09:51:33 AM
If that guy spent half as much time researching facts as he did making that costume, he would have been much better off.
 
2012-09-01 09:59:43 AM

taurusowner: If that guy spent half as much time researching facts as he did making that costume, he would have been much better off.


You've got a point, Bain never screwed the FDIC out of $16 million of bailout money, while paying out bonuses to its executives.

/Anyone Baddies in DC or Marvel that do that?
 
2012-09-01 10:09:17 AM

taurusowner: If that guy spent half as much time researching facts as he did making that costume, he would have been much better off.


You only need to walk into what remains of Dunkin' Donuts to have all the research into Bain's business practices.

Remove the in-store production, centralize and outsource to low bidder. DD no longer makes donuts in store, and Baskin-Robbins no longer owns their own ice cream factories.

Replace talent or skill requiring jobs with minimum wage drone positions. Push higher margin items, like coffee, that can be made on-site with no talent drones.

Engage in the "we'll hire talent or skills just when we need it" mindset of corporate America. Completely fail to aid in the creation or retention of what talent remains.

I could go into the nature of the recent retrenchment of DD brands under the aegis of Bain, but I don't know the details. I do know the normal practice is to try to explode a company into a much larger thing by financing the crap out of new growth while taking hefty management "fees" and thus making it possible to run a company into the ground while profiting.

/Remember that outsourcing isn't off-shoring
//Lots of people don't.
 
2012-09-01 10:14:45 AM

TommyDeuce: Bain never screwed the FDIC out of $16 million of bailout money, while paying out bonuses to its executives.


you're right. it was "at least 10 million"
 
2012-09-01 10:37:19 AM
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Looks like Bain/Bane skips leg day
 
2012-09-01 10:57:39 AM
Cool costume but stupid protest
 
2012-09-01 11:29:56 AM
"Gotham...take back...your...bacon"
 
2012-09-01 01:41:49 PM
I'm more impressed with the guy dressed as Richard Attenborough.
 
2012-09-01 03:10:16 PM
This really isn't any better than putting on a tricorne hat with teabags hanging off of it.
Don't these histrionic jagoffs have better things to do with their time and money?

No wonder the economy is still down. The citizens are too busy engaging in shiatty performance art to get any work done.

fark Romney and all that, but geez people...
 
2012-09-01 04:21:57 PM
If by impressive you mean "loser" then yes
 
2012-09-01 05:48:55 PM

wildcardjack: taurusowner: If that guy spent half as much time researching facts as he did making that costume, he would have been much better off.

You only need to walk into what remains of Dunkin' Donuts to have all the research into Bain's business practices.

Remove the in-store production, centralize and outsource to low bidder. DD no longer makes donuts in store, and Baskin-Robbins no longer owns their own ice cream factories.

Replace talent or skill requiring jobs with minimum wage drone positions. Push higher margin items, like coffee, that can be made on-site with no talent drones.

Engage in the "we'll hire talent or skills just when we need it" mindset of corporate America. Completely fail to aid in the creation or retention of what talent remains.

I could go into the nature of the recent retrenchment of DD brands under the aegis of Bain, but I don't know the details. I do know the normal practice is to try to explode a company into a much larger thing by financing the crap out of new growth while taking hefty management "fees" and thus making it possible to run a company into the ground while profiting.

/Remember that outsourcing isn't off-shoring
//Lots of people don't.


So, we should still be banging rocks together? Just trying to get a handle on your argument. What you have described is using logistics, planning, and efficiency to help companies. And while success in America is never guaranteed, it should be strived for.

btw: I have never seen an unsuccessful DD.
 
2012-09-01 07:12:13 PM

diaphoresis: wildcardjack: taurusowner: If that guy spent half as much time researching facts as he did making that costume, he would have been much better off.

You only need to walk into what remains of Dunkin' Donuts to have all the research into Bain's business practices.

Remove the in-store production, centralize and outsource to low bidder. DD no longer makes donuts in store, and Baskin-Robbins no longer owns their own ice cream factories.

Replace talent or skill requiring jobs with minimum wage drone positions. Push higher margin items, like coffee, that can be made on-site with no talent drones.

Engage in the "we'll hire talent or skills just when we need it" mindset of corporate America. Completely fail to aid in the creation or retention of what talent remains.

I could go into the nature of the recent retrenchment of DD brands under the aegis of Bain, but I don't know the details. I do know the normal practice is to try to explode a company into a much larger thing by financing the crap out of new growth while taking hefty management "fees" and thus making it possible to run a company into the ground while profiting.

/Remember that outsourcing isn't off-shoring
//Lots of people don't.

So, we should still be banging rocks together? Just trying to get a handle on your argument. What you have described is using logistics, planning, and efficiency to help companies. And while success in America is never guaranteed, it should be strived for.

btw: I have never seen an unsuccessful DD.


You need to work on your reading comprehension if you couldn't see his point.
 
2012-09-01 11:28:12 PM

diaphoresis: So, we should still be banging rocks together? Just trying to get a handle on your argument. What you have described is using logistics, planning, and efficiency to help companies. And while success in America is never guaranteed, it should be strived for.

btw: I have never seen an unsuccessful DD.



Because Dunkin Donuts didn't become what it is without logistics. Or planning. Or efficiency. Can you read?
 
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