It's never comfortable seeing someone completely lose their mind in such a public way.
Ten days after releasing a corporate press release that raved about the deep state, men in black, and confirmed his love affair with a now-jailed Russian spy, the CEO of Overstock has quit – in similarly colorful fashion. If you thought that seeing the public company's share price plummet 38 per cent would sober up Patrick …
"And in case you're wondering a "keiretsu" – which Byrne refers to repeatedly in the press release is a Japanese term meaning a group of companies that informally work together. It is often, though not always, equivalent to what Western nations would called a "cartel.""
More like a group of companies with shareholdings in each other and thus informally coordinated. They are often - usually - in wildly different industries, so it's not a cartel. Say, "Mistubishi Shipbuilding" and "Mitsubishi Cars" and "Mitsubishi Electronics " (I am only certain of the existence of one of those) as making up a Keiretsu. As opposed to a cartel, which would be more like "Mitsubishi Cars" and "Honda Cars" and "Nissan Cars" working together.
He appears to be responsible for a large number of entirely redacted pages in the Mueller report. He approached the Feds, when first contacted, they ignored him, but when the Trump-Russia investigation was started, then they called him back in and asked him to maintain his relationship with now-convicted Russian agent, Butina.
He also appears to have evidence of Don Jr holding meeting with Russians about election dirt at an NRA meeting that contradicts the Trumpster's sworn evidence to Congress.
So not entirely a crackpot then.
He appears to be responsible for a large number of entirely redacted pages in the Mueller report
So someone posting in a web forum under an alias would have us know that he (or she) suspects that Byrne is a contributing source for a portion, contents unknown, of a document which, while it contains much, is itself an admission that the most important questions it raises have not been definitively answered.
Well, I'm convinced Byrne is onto something. Thanks!
'And if the hors d’oeuvre that was served recently caused the market such indigestion, it is not going to be in shareholder interest for me to be around if and when any main course is served.""
Wow. Indeed. Serving dishes causing severe food poisoning to your guests (I mean, vomiting and the same from the other side) is not gonna make them happy for sure, mate ! Breaking news, here !
""I wish all shareholders a smooth and level road," he signed off. You too, mate, you too."
Yes, have some rest, Byrne, and stop consuming that substance.
I call bullshit. Xi Jinping would certainly not do such a thing. Or were you thinking about Putin? Doesn't sound like something he'd do either. Oh, Trump? So, that'd be "the head of one of the world's 20 most powerful countries, on some metrics", then.
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