Gyrfalcon: super_grass: *insert thinly veiled endorsement of violence here*F*ck the veil.I'm all over violence here, and the more overt the better. Go, terrorists, go.
xiola: Insensitive, for sure. But it's his money.
mainstreet62: Earguy: Oh, wait, it's not even in the USA?How can we blame Obama for this? Or the Republicans?Who cares, just post hot chicks please.
Mr. Shabooboo: I might very well be incited to pee all over, or in if possible, that car if that had happened to me.
Phony_Soldier: Hey, she's native American. You should be nice, as her people have suffered enough.
Ivan the Tolerable: /odds say it far more likely represented the sacked employees pension fund.
super_grass: *insert thinly veiled endorsement of violence here*
Weaver95: And I'll bet that CEO honestly believes that he is well liked by his employees....
jso2897: Onkel Buck: What a prick. How dare he does what he wants with his own money!And here's another guy that likes to make unwarranted assumptions.
TV's Vinnie: Onkel Buck: What a prick. How dare he does what he wants with his own money!I live with my mom
log_jammin: obviously those 45 employees were the WORST employees ever and this company is the greatest company in the history of freedom!
Callous: So what's your angle? That he bought the car with someone else's money? I think assuming that he bought it with his money is not at all unwarranted.
Harry Freakstorm: They called each person up to the front office and then two Maryland Heights cops walked them back to their area to get their stuff and escort them to their car.One of the cops told the newly fired and crying lady: "Too bad for you but all this extra work is Christmas money for me and my family."
WhiskeyBoy: F50s are worth a quarter mil. Not even close to a 458.
ELMiller: Umm...nobody else is a bit concerned that the article subbed is a supermarket tabloid?
Lunchlady: Funny.I just got laid off 2 days ago myself.
log_jammin: working people don't buy their product because their products are not made for working people.
SirEattonHogg: Yes, but one could argue that his money trickled down to the Ferrari salesman and the auto production workers at Ferrari, and his tax dollars will go in part for the laid off worker's welfare and unemployment benefits.So, in fact, this consultant/board member is actually a good guy. A hero, even.
phlegmmo: A spokesman for the Unite union said his behaviour was "insensitive at best".You know who else was 'insensitive'?[www.bartleby.com image 400x292]
Earguy: Oh, wait, it's not even in the USA?How can we blame Obama for this? Or the Republicans?
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