August 21, 2005

A Passing Thought

AT & T paid the price for becoming top dawg in telecommunications — they got broken up into a bunch of Baby Bells. Didn’t someone name a cheese or something after those?

Microsoft is forever paying a price, legal fees not the least as someone, somewhere always seems to be litigating something at them.

So, now here’s Mom and Pop, sitting out in their backyard in Harvard, Illinois, Mom sipping coffee while Pop reads the paper.

Pop glances up and says, “Well, they’re goin’ after Wal Mart now.”

What price, success?

by @ 9:39 pm. Filed under Punished For Success
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2 Responses to “A Passing Thought”

  1. NYgirl Says:

    Good observations

  2. Seth Says:

    Punishing success is a way the party of trial lawyers demonstrates to society’s lazy, left out and bitter that they are championing their cause, whatever they imagine it is.”See, people, we feel your pain. Why should these people have so much more than you, just because they took high risks, busted their asses and sacrificed for it? It’s okay if you’re lazy, left out and bitter, they’re still not entitled to any more than you are.”