Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Wait, I Haven't Ordered My Guitar Yet

"Chesapeake, the company that McClendon founded more than two decades ago ended up reporting a $769 million loss for 2012, a dramatic reversal from $1.7 billion in profit the previous year. Since then it has sold off $3.6 billion in assets, a selloff that may ultimately reach $7 billion by the end of the year, the company said in May."

Seriously, how can you lose $769 million dollars? Could it be by paying musicians to drive 3 hours to do 3 hours of automation work and then turn around and drive 3 hours back but pay them 12 hours? Don't listen to me, I'm an asshole. And don't worry, none of this applies to you because you all bicycle to work merrily with reusable bags in your basket.

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