WTH? Orange Politics is not the best blogsite? LOL
More liberal nonsense. Sore Losers. Yawn.
You aren't jealous are you, Mr. Slaughter? No, of course not.
Well then, Ms Sorg, with your expansive experience in business you would certainly know that when a business is in financial distress, it cannot pay its creditors. Which makes your statements quite puzzling.
The artists have the option of selling their artwork by themselves. They took it to this gallery because of its reputation, no doubt.
And while it is unfortunate that they have not "yet" been paid for their work (assuming they know to line up with other creditors) I wonder how many took the time to assess the risk involved with consigning their art in the first place? My guess is very, very few.
I still think you owe this man an apology. To use the complaints of a few as a basis for such an insulting and slanted story is truly shameful. It makes me wonder if there are some underlying stories not being told here.
One can hardly expect a factual, unbiased report from a "reporter" from a "free newspaper" who has very likely never started and/or owned a business, and therefore has no idea of the blood, sweat and tears involved.
I think an apology is in order.
Indyweek has stooped to a new low.
Sounds like the liberal national anthem! Good one!
NC WARN, experts on Nuclear Power plants, as evidenced by their board of directors, which includes a dance instructor.
Maybe to make it easier to dance around the facts?
NC WARN needs to take up another line of whining.
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