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  •  And calling someone a "paid shrill" is (8+ / 0-)

    NOT HRable?  In addition to being pretty damn close to the always-HRable-unless-proven "paid shill", it also sounds pretty damn sexist.  Perhaps, you need to back off.  Mnem provided information.  She didn't defend either Breuer or C&B.  The fact that she doesn't want to join the auto da fe does not make her comment HRable.

    •  Perhaps you're right (1+ / 0-)
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      Well, you're wrong about saying she didn't defend C&B, that's actually precisely what she did by trying to re-write their identity based on a geographical quirk rather than anything qualitative.

      But you are right that it's not HRable. But only because it's not provable. Otherwise it's a CLEAR defense of C&B and thus an implicit defense of this Breuer slimeball.

      Let's revisit:

      Its New York office is in midtown, near Times Square, which is where many of the big firms have set up shop in recent years. So it's misleading at best to call it a "Wall Street law firm."
      wow, misleading AT BEST? that means, if you take a middle-of-the-road approach, that she's implying my entry is actually more nefarious than misleading! How laughable that you try and say this isn't a defense of Wall Street and an attack on myself.

      As i said, C&B's PR wing couldn't have produced a more distorted blatant defense of a Wall Street firm (and yes, it is a Wall Street firm) by trying to focus on geographical street locations instead of what the firm ACTUALLY DOES WHICH IS DEFEND CORPORATE CRIMINALS AND LOBBY DC.

      I understand you want to defend your friend, but the content speaks for itself -- both the facts of Breuer/C&B and the comments in this thread.

      Deficits don't matter, jobs do.

      by aguadito on Sat Mar 30, 2013 at 11:35:51 PM PDT

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