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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Do You Know How To Do Your Job?

Wow!! I was astonished that this happened live. I was quite uncomfortable. Mistakes and miscommunication happens during live broadcast, but I've never seen anything like this. Talk about public humiliation.

I was unable to find out what happened after this "fight" to the anchor and reporter. Please share if you know.

Have you ever been publically humiliated at work or anywhere else. Do share!!!


Tom Bailey said...

Fortunately I have never been seriously humilitated but I think as my fame grows the chance of it happening also grows. The bigger the crowd watching the bigger the humiliation becomes.

Tom Bailey

Laura said...

I'd also like to know what happened after this event. I've never seen anything like it.

Clueless said...

Hi Tom,

Welcome to my blog and thank you for the comment. I agree with you about fame...look at Tiger Woods...I feel badly for his wife and kid as such a private matter is so out in the open.

Hi Laura, Isn't it amazing!! I hope that someone knows the answer.

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