Obvious move is obvious.
Good point. They should give up on this "electronics" malarkey and go back to being Tandy Leather. Everyone needs leather.
Well, she may get fewer death threats from Muslims and more death threads from internet freedom nutters...
Yeah, thankfully Google can still point me in the correct direction: https://www.google.com/search?...
Smartest guy in the movie: Winston Zeddemore: No offense, guys, but I've gotta get my own lawyer.
As a younger Canadian, I first saw Ramis as Egon. Never could get into SCTV in repeats. Maybe because so much of their stuff had been stolen by other acts at that point that it didn't feel fresh. I had a similar weekly Canadian Comedy inspiration, but it was The Kids in the Hall.
I concur. An inspirational nerd.
I'm not saying that Assange's behavior is in any way better; just that the ghostwriter in this instance knocked himself down to Assange's level instead of maintaining the professional high ground.
Assange is also being an asshole. But that's a given. Just look as his name.
"Only a shitty workman blames his tools."
My reading is that O'Hagan was brought in by the publishing company to try to take the book in the direction they wanted, not the direction Assnage wanted. Once this backfired, he explicitly compromised his strong desire to have no public connection to the text by becoming a mouthpiece against Assange in the world of news and current affairs programs. The length of time (years) since the incident has no bearing on the professional ethical implications of violating the privacy of a primary source, even if that source is committed to the idea of violating institutional opacity, and even if that privacy is assured only by convention, and not by a specific NDA.
Thanks. I needed to get the word count up.
Speaking as a ghostwriter, this is not how one operates. This guy is just being an asshole.