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Skeptical said:M68000 said:So, I agree that it was not a good look for Will Smith what happened that night of the awards. But, at the same time we’re talking about a guys wife and she is dealing with some medical issue is what I’ve heard. Really don’t spend time following actors that much as my own time is more valuable, but that is the info on this I believe. There is a line there and I understand that he reacted. If given more time to think about it in a non public place, maybe that would have been different. Will apologized for his part in what happened. I’m not sure I agree with him stepping down or resigning. It’s at the point today where men can no longer be men, everything has to be an act or show in and of itself and be politically correct. I think The apology is enough and people and big companies like Apple and Netflix need to accept that.Based on your logic, should Will Smith now get divorced and stay single the rest of his life? He apologized and he stopped at
the slap. It was not even a punch. It’s over. I feel that the other guy Chris Rock is just as much to blame with his atrocious idea of what humor is.
opinion said:I would have bought a SE to switch from my 13 mini (although I like the smaller size of the mini) if it had not been for that same computational photography madness that is now in the SE too. No idea to buy another iPhone which produces horrible pictures in the after processing. Such a disappointment of where Apple has taken photography.
Well, I think being called an associate is 100 times better than being called a “resource”. It makes me cringe when I hear management at companies refer to people as “resources”. It sounds demeaning, as if a “resource” is like a light bulb that can be switched out or more brought in for example. I would never refer to an employee as a resource. It sounds so impersonal and disengaged from anything that resembles a team