Joseph K. LeveneBullying actors and production staff is nothing new for the Broadway producers of "Chicago", Barry & Fran Weissler; these producers are See moreknown for their affinity to cut corners and abruptly terminating loyal actors and production stuff without notice and without cause. Time for an objective investigation, and not one controlled by the Weissler's.
Joseph K. LeveneCouldn't agree more and sadly, there is no way to REVIEW Google on Google for their sloppiness and mistakes.
Instead of constantly asking to "learn more", time for Google to learn to cut it out.
Joseph K. LeveneEven in 2017, eBay has not implemented meaningful steps to protect eBay art buyers from fraudulent art sellers. Yes, it is shocking, eBay has failed toSee more implement an appropriate system-wide protection for art buyers which means the respective buyer has to implement his own due diligence.
Joseph K. LeveneGoogle's lack of responsibility demonstrates Google prioritizes revenue, not ethics; Google consistently fails to take appropriate action to protectSee more users from obvious infractions/violations, including sexual predators, business ethics, fraud, identity theft, etc. According to a Google customer service representative "Google does not investigate on the truthfulness of claims".
Joseph K. LeveneGeorge Condo observes “There’s no real difference between figurative painting or abstract painting, ‘cause it’s all painting to begin with. You don’t’ See morehave to follow any rules as a painter. If you’re making an abstract painting it doesn’t mean eventually it can’t morph into a figurative one.”
Joseph K. LeveneMichael Wolff’s Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House promises to tell the behind-the-scenes story of “a presidency in turmoil and an institution under attack from within”.
Michael Wolff set out to write the book as an account of someone chatting in a fairly open way with most of the players in a unique period of US governance.
“While most people took the position that everyone should be hostile to these people, I was not particularly hostile. That allowed me to get them to be relatively open,” he told the Guardian."
"The point is, he continues, “I showed up with no agenda. I was there out of curiosity, and I got there by leveraging an amount of goodwill I had with these people.”