Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Tactic at End of Useful Life

Before Prudence, before.
"From a strategic research perspective, it is interesting to note that the competition either does not read or will not acknowledge reading that which disagrees with the big-owner agenda."

"Most of them don't really know do they?"

"That is the way it appears, yes. The question is, why?"

Compensating people sufficiently such that they put aside their 'inconvenient' objectivity (some call it fairness.) On a per person basis, expensive. On an exploitive mission (as a whole), very cost effective.

The downside is a fragility common to the human animal. Just as he/she can be corrupted, the opposite can happen as well. 

© 2011 Buzz Hill

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