“Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together … mass hysteria!”
– Peter Venkman, Ghostbusters
Tesla has a $351 billion market cap. With a P/E of 976.
Ellen Degeneres is getting canceled.
Seth Rogen is being hailed as a historian of Judaism for playing a Jewish guy in a movie.
A massive thunderstorm with an all-night lightning show and gale-force winds. In the Bay Area. In August.
Apple is about to become a $2 trillion company … and Amazon and Microsoft aren’t far behind. During a global pandemic when employees haven’t actually been to work since March.
Did I forget to mention all the inner city violence and crime across the nation? Where the good guys wear masks. In an election year. During a global pandemic.
It is the end of days. The apocalypse. Armageddon. God help us.
Also can someone please tell me what this tweet from Harvard Business Review means? I haven’t a clue:
Throughout history, stories and sensemaking have been especially important during periods of uncertainty. As organizations everywhere pivot to fit into a Covid world, how can they assure stakeholders that their adjustments are part of their wider strategy? https://t.co/TQbiN5MLgT— Harvard Business Review (@HarvardBiz) August 19, 2020
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