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This is just another example of that checklist mentality so pervasive in government. We have people in positions of high responsibility usually unrelated to their qualifications for the job and unless there is something inside of them that motivates them to do what's right, they do no more that what is minimally required to not lose their job.
This is the result.
It's not just KOMO - they all do it. And for good reason - they're not in the business of informing people of what's going on, contrary to what almost everybody thinks. They are in the business of putting you and me in front of advertisers, period. It's their motive behind everything they do. It's not a bad thing, and it's of course not just KOMO. It's a reflection of a society overwhelmingly populated by people who have no problem not being able to think for themselves. We'll take easily obtained lies and distortions over the effort and uncertainty that comes from trying to discover truth every single time.
Mind you, it's a good pretext that will probably stand up. Insubordination is one of those gotcha things they can use to legitimately fire you no matter what their real motive is. There might be a separate privacy action available to her for her employer getting hold of her fb content, but I think the dismissal itself will stand up.
I understand and sympathize with her situation. I have never looked at FB as a place to air workplace issues though. It just doesn't seem to me like an appropriate place to do that.
Sounds like she spent through every dime she ever made with her hedonistic lifetsyle, and the estate is desperate to give the appearance that Houston actually cared about anyone but herself, specifically, her child.
Guessing that the "everything" she left her for her daughter was nothing more than a mountain of debt.
But no, like her daughter, it's all about her, 24/7. Easy to see why Houston died the way she did. Her mother was a narcissist.
Kind of reminds me of the Letterman Top Ten List of considered titles for Marcia Clark's book - "Why I Didn't Use the Video of OJ Actually Doing the Crime."
Fact: the West Valley City police were utterly incompetent. Had they done their jobs, Susan Powell's children would be alive today.
The NFL's edge is that a huge core of its fans are too obsessed with who's advertising what, whether their beer can says is cold enough to drink yet and their insipid fantasy leagues to give one whit about the plain fact that the NFL portrays itself as some kind of societal force for good when the reality is that it is nothing more than a cynical, vice peddling moneymaking machine, devoid of any redeeming qualities.