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“I had to do some soul-searching….Is this something I want to get involved in?” he said . If he did decide to do it, he knew he would have to put “some heart into it and some work into it.” The financials of the business weren’t promising. Bezos admitted the business was “upside-down.” As a high fixed-cost business, they were bleeding money. It wasn’t an intrinsic operational issue, but the changing landscape. “The internet was just eroding all the advantages that local newspapers had. All of them.” Instead, Bezos relied on intuition to guide him. Bezos began to think about the meaning behind the institution. Would the demise of this institution matter? “If this were a financially upside-down, salty snack food company, the answer would be no. But as soon as I started thinking about it that way, I started to realize this is an important institution…. “It is the newspaper in the capital city of the most important country in the world. The Washington Post has an incredibly important role to play in this democracy.
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https://t.co/Q95dOX2aJC — H.P. Loveshaft (@HLoveshaft) September 20, 2018 So now we’re stereotyping people who went to schools “down the road” from someone. Okay? Or we can take the claims for face value, gather all facts, listen to both sides and provide due process for each party https://t.co/BXaY9KXudv — Cody Maggard (@CodyMaggard10) September 20, 2018 Let’s be very clear here: “He went to a prep school so he’s probably guilty” is basically just the Woke version of “He’s from ***that*** part of town so he’s probably guilty.” https://t.co/Frl7MkuKsV — Jeremiah Stephan Dunleavy IV (@JerryDunleavy) September 20, 2018 Perspective: He’s from a bad neighborhood, so he’s probably guilty. These bad takes are going to flourish until some credible details are added to this accusation. https://t.co/9iIFLWnFoB — Michael Brendan Dougherty (@michaelbd) September 20, 2018 I’m so glad we get to judge everyone based on what they look like and the communities they came from again. It was just too much work to judge based on an individual’s overall personality and actions. https://t.co/bvVElcR4PN — Chris G (@ChrisGeeTwo) September 20, 2018 100% irrelevant to the validity of *this* accusation by *this* accuser who has accused *that* man of assaulting her. They have essentially reverted to guilt by proxy social behavior. ‘Girls who dress like that and behave like that…’ https://t.co/3ICxEzTtvS — Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) September 20, 2018 I once walked by the Washington Post and saw two guys shooting drugs into their veins around the corner of the building.
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