You'll get that evil corporate boogeyman one day and then you can hang him from the nearest tree. Then, in the absence of corporations people will no longer know greed and desire. Starvation, sure. Super expensive products, sure. Inefficient American industry, sure. But Greed was invented by corporations and only exists to allow them to further their sinister plan to destroy their customers lives.
Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.
I don't get the corporate hate. My grandpa put his farm into a corporation so that he could manage the finances and create mechanism for passing it on to multiple children without breaking it apart. He was never rich, he couldn't even sale the corporate assetts for much unless he could find another sucker willing to work 16 hour days.
A corporation is just a name on a paper, the corporation is made by people, all the corporate decisions are made by people, and if the corporation no longer serves the needs of the people that created it, they get rid of the corporation. Making it sound like a corporation is a living intelligent being with its own stream of conciousness makes it easy for simple mind to paint it a villian but it is not real and the idea keeps us from discussing the real motivations of corporations.
Out of nowhere, the Utah Jazz are both frightening and fascinating and there is suddenly no limit to their potential. -SBNation 8 march, 2015. ***I booed the Gordon Hayward pick, and clapped for Trey Burke. Now let me tell you what I think the Jazz should do this year.***