“The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions.” – Leonardo da Vinci
Paying The Price
When you believe in something and take a controversial stand, there is always a price to pay.
Public displays of anger, revolt, or harassment are all things that can bring attention to you and your business; especially if you do this to a political figure like Sarah Sanders.
Whether people like her or not, she gets media attention—and if you harass her, you will too.
They say “there is no such thing as bad publicity” however, some businesses would beg to differ. In fact when the Red Hen Eatery tried to take a political stand against the Trump administration their business ended up paying for it in the worse way.
Not everyone will agree with the stand you take, which is why it is so important to keep your business and your politics separate.
It should go without saying that some things should be done with class, dignity and at the right time. Take teaching kids about sex.
There is definitely a line that should be respected. For example, imagine your child going to school and being greeted by a stripper hanging from a pole. Is this something that you would deem to be appropriate? Obviously not… however sometimes what is common sense to one person completely fails to register with someone else. It is always amazing when adults who barely know what’s best for themselves attempt to justify their twisted idea of what is best for children.
It only goes to show you that you can’t put all of your trust in a system that might fail to have your child’s best interest at heart. In a situation such as the one here, one can only ask if the principal… who hired the stripper to entertain the kindergarten children on their first day at school!… was on drugs or if she had simply lost her darn mind.
She not only exposed the young children to an explicitly sexual situation she sexually objectified another woman — not a great lesson for the young girls.
Learn more about this crazy story here
Oh, The Lies We Tell
Ok, so we can all admit that we have lied once or twice about something in our lives. It doesn’t matter how honest you are in general, or what your intentions are when you lie…it’s still a lie when you speak something that you know isn’t true.
Check this lady out as she is tricked into believing someone found a $100 near her. Boy, the lies begin to take a whole new spin!