George Tannenbaum on the future of advertising,
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Really? They must be insane. Only way to explain why they'd let someone with such vast amounts of sanity go.I wish you much luck and a more sensible employer, Geo.
Oh, George, I am so sorry. If there's anything I can do, please ask.Best,Kelly
Bummer. I got to see your first post earlier from work. I hope whatever you need to happen, happens. Good luck Geo...
Speaks more about them not recognizing your talent, your brilliance, and all that you bring to so many people each day.Their loss and your gain in the long run.
George--You inspire and you have something to say..Like Barry Diller always said--Next!..C.
I thought that was Phyllis Diller.
Geo, very sorry to hear that. Best of luck on finding a place where your talents and insights are appreciated!
put it this way...they don't deserve you anyway...but still..shit...it's weird when the most passionate and knowledgeable people are fired...what does the industry offer its clients today.. a pair of hands...or real brains? A pair of hands are of course cheaper and does just what they're told, no matter if it's bull or not.
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