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    Please be specific. Just for fun. (Score: 1)
    by chipotle_pickle on Friday, December 05, 2003 @ 19:38:49 EST
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    Thanks for switching to the more PC bad guy "big business".

    Details would make this story more entertaining at least. What's the job title for energy suppression agents? What recruitment firms specialize? Is this what Zach De La Rocha and Sara Michelle Geller have been up to?

    You must be aware that businesses have conflicting agendas. Sure, people who own a lot of equity in oil or coal might not root too hard for distributed power generation (weather solar, wind, or fantasy) but the folks who make batteries, UPS systems and inverters sure do. "If it ain't broke don't fix it" is a good rule in life but hardly a motto of business which is always looking for an angle why people need to go out and buy all new stuff.

    What do I want? I want Zach to front No Doubt while Gwen takes time off with the baby (yeah Gwen). I want Angel to stand in the sun and just go away for good, and for Willow to join a new Spike oriented Angel. I want Weezer to play Buddy Holly at Elvis and Dianna's wedding, and I want an invite. I want to go through airport security line along with Alla Kliouka, joke about wooden legs, and pitch her a Sopranos story about GWE. I also want GWE to buy all its investors stock back. Which of these things do you think is the most unlikely?

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