Boarding the plane to Hawaii, Dinesh is horrified to discover that his least-favorite employee, Gabe, is not only on the plane with him, but in first class.
While Gabe goes scuba diving, Dinesh seethes in the office. Leave it to Jared to once again save the day. Nonetheless, Richard plots blackmail at the groundbreaking.
But everybody loves them some Gilfoyle! Appear open and interested by mimicking their body language and repeating what they say back to them.
I fucking hate them! A panicked Tracy cancels the entire Piper Pulse metrics project, and Gilfoyle and Monica toast to their treachery! Speaking of treachery, Richard confronts Gavin at the ceremony.
You could run for president or buy a basketball team. Shockingly, Gavin confesses to a litany of crimes he has committed, then asks the California attorney general to investigate his actions at Hooli. Pied Piper faces financial ruin yet again.
I seriously doubt the results will be Tethical. Already a subscriber? Log in or link your magazine subscription. However, whether you're a billionaire or on benefits, your personal wealth has likely taken a severe knock since Thus, in some ways, we're all in the same boat -- if not the same foot yacht. Hence, perhaps we should avoid taking envious pot-shots at any one group. From rich to poor, we're all suffering. Then again, the elite few are doing so in positively sumptuous surroundings! What's more, all parts of the globe have been thumped by the global slump in asset prices.
There are 29 fewer Indian billionaires than a year ago. Russian oligarchs suffered, too, with 55 losing their billionaire status in , largely thanks to the collapsing price of oil, base metals and real estate. Bizarrely, the Forbes list includes one enterprising narcotics baron: Joaquin Guzman. Given the addictive nature of the cocaine which Mr Guzman controls, his future is assured -- if he can continue to stay one step of the law, that is.
No dark clouds on the horizon until December , when the labor pact CBA expires. And quite lastly: Manfred may prove wonderful, but a better bet for the job, I believe, was Steve Greenberg, a Yale man, superior lawyer, aide-de-camp of estimable Commissioner Fay Vincent, and son of the illustrious Hank Greenberg. Of how Stewart ran Ward into a wall no big deal in this amiable dodge and how an incensed Ward jumped from his disabled buggy onto the track, aiming to give Stewart a piece of his mind on his next pass. Other drivers managed to swerve around the foolish youth but Stewart, three time NASCAR Driver of the Year and certified legend of this delightful sport, was somehow unable to avoid him.
Literally pulverized, Ward died instantly. Stewart has a well-documented history of colorful race-track rages. Was any of it even faintly criminal? But governing agencies, principally NASCAR itself, should be insisting on answers, assuming this nutty sport is remotely governable. The issue is manslaughter.
It has to be explored. He has missed three races and the circuit is anxious for his return.
Meanwhile, many expect the Ward family to be weighing in with a huge civil suit. In every other sport, the heat is on to curb excessive violence, rampant injury, and needless vulgarity.
Hockey players are badgered for raising their sticks. All of football is under the gun for late or mean hits by padded players.