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More proof in favor of The Forman Doctrine: "All other measures being equal, bigger is better."
Thank you Mr. Fonda for adding to the canon.
That's awesome, Cliff.
I couldn't ask for anything more.
Stephen D. Forman, LTCA
I'm disappointed how quickly you chose not to stand up and defend Mr. Pindoriya. Let's face it, he was being bullied. I believe the term we're looking for is "cyber-bully", is it not?
At last count, somewhere close to 650 individuals have "liked", "approved" or "shared" Mr. Pindoriya's article. That's outstanding! That suggests another several thousand have read it approvingly in silence.
WildBoar comes along and-- bam! Shoots the Messenger.
"How can you expect real practitioners to take him or this article seriously? #qualitydrop" That's intended as an insult, it's intended to cut him down. And for what? For his lack of Twitter followers, lack of posts, and a low Klout score. Can you think of anything more "high school"? How ridiculous!
(As Mr. Pindoriya replied, those numbers were inaccurate anyhow, but that would miss the point.)
We must recognize a bully, and not condone his or her actions. WildBoard just came in here to push people around, and rain on the parade of an article that many people appreciated.
Stephen D. Forman, Senior VP
Long Term Care Associates, Inc. @ltcassociates