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Samizdata quote of the day

Any CEO who thinks his sexuality is the greatest gift god has given him, is not keeping his eye on the balls I want him to.

RAB, commenting on Samizdata here.

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8 comments to Samizdata quote of the day

  • William O. B'Livion

    I realize this is about the iCEO, but wouldn’t RAB’s comment really depend on what sort of company the CEO is CEO of?

    I realize there’s probably no publicly traded gay porn companies, but it /could/ happen.

  • Paul Marks

    Yes indeed.

    The head of a company should be focused on the products of that company.

    And if he must compare California to Alabama – perhaps he should focus on things such as the taxation and business regulation of Alabama compared to that of California.

    Not putting pressure on the State of Alabama to allow boys (who declare they are “really” girls) to use the girls toilet at school (“transgender rights”).

    The head of such a large company should have other things to think about – he should not focus on such things as whether Alabama enforces such “rights”.

  • RAB

    Thanks for the honour folks.

    Descends staircase waving regally to the crowd like Noel Coward in the Italian Job…

  • Cal

    OT: Raedwald has a very amusing EU graphic that is worth checking out — it’s here:
    raedwald.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/european-commission-tries-soft-approach.html

    (Can’t get the html to work, so I’m just pasting in the URL instead.)

  • I am sooooo going to repost that 😀

  • Julie near Chicago

    Quoting Perry, with a little added punch:

    “That is just awesome!!!

  • Schrodinger's Dog

    Sometimes I wonder if the incomparable The Onion was onto something with this.