OMG I guess I really hit a nerve here, How quaint. It seems all the little Milbroke lackies have come out full force here. It must be grand to know you can run your company into the verge of bankruptcy and move into a solid company and run it into the ground as well. How does it feel? Oh Do Tell!
So for all the Milbroke supporters here, why is it that your customer base that you had prior to the UNFI bailout is abandoning ship at an astronomical number? Why is it when your trucks roll out they are so empty that you can play a few sets of tennis in the empty trailers? Last but not least why are you still paying an arm and a leg on mainframe rentals and your spending more then you make?
Yes the GG days were very let’s say unusual, however I don’t remember a mass exodus where ½ to ¾ of the IT staff has told me it’s a matter of time before they leave or start actively looking to abandon ship. If everyone followed their dream and left tomorrow, you won’t have anyone to plug in a simple network cable. It is a shame there is so much discord in the department and such a talented pool of people.
Kid, Your reference to JR and Ewing 23 made me laugh. However do you remember the famous quote from J.R. to his newly loving wife Sue Ellen: "I’m going to cut Bobby out, even if I have to destroy Ewing Oil to do it..." J.R. continues to attempt sabotage, sinking an oil tanker and costing the company $18,000,000 by ensuring the contents were never insured. Wow he took a page from the Milbroke business plan. Seems shipping a pallet of product in an empty trailer has the same effect.
Well since the Milbroke frat party has followed their leader like lemmings off a cliff on this subject I believe its time to say au revoir