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Comment: Re:Try reading beyond the subject line (Score 1) 447

by BonThomme (#46733341) Attached to: Commenters To Dropbox CEO: Houston, We Have a Problem

"Most board members of major corporations usually are recruited for some expertise they bring to the board"

No. There are there because of connections (i.e. they are "liked"). If your E suite is relying on the board for "expertise", you're doing it wrong. In most cases, these boards meet once a year for a few hours. Just how much expertise are you getting from that? You just want their phone number so you can call them and say, "Hey, I need you to talk to your friend about this..."

Oh, I guess there is always the "Compensation Committee". A little light research will show you just the kind of expertise they have.

Comment: Re:Justice (Score 1) 447

by BonThomme (#46733271) Attached to: Commenters To Dropbox CEO: Houston, We Have a Problem

ACTUALLY, it was the Republicans in Congress who successfully blocked the nomination of Anthony Lake leaving Clinton with the option of having the CIA with only an acting director (Tenet) while getting jerked around by Congress or just advancing Tenet to the position (who was unanimously approved by Congress).

So whose choice was he really?

Comment: Re:Recycling Personalities (Score 1) 447

by BonThomme (#46733187) Attached to: Commenters To Dropbox CEO: Houston, We Have a Problem

and when taking the bridge of an underway battleship, your first question would be "What do you mean we can't stop right here?"

that said, you probably do "look at things different from most here", but your last independent clause indicates the place where you think entirely like the others.

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