By Adorno Theodor W
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I know. I’ve seen it. ” “Well, I don’t know about ‘falling apart,’” Grace replied earnestly. “The ol’ girl been a good place for us all these years. ” Des made a dubious grunt. Calling a building “ol’ girl,” he thought. Seriously? He turned to leave. Grace called after him. ” “Yup. That’s me,” he replied over his shoulder, pulling out his cell phone and heading for the door. “Well,” Grace said, “nice to meet you. . ” But it was too late; he was gone. “Ay, Dios mío,” Grace said to herself, “Another one,” and went back to work.
But Spec contended somewhat dismissively that the line people were the least of their worries—that they’d keep at it because they desperately needed the work and had few other opportunities in a region that had seen almost all of its manufacturing and tech support jobs shipped overseas. Janet countered that COR-Med was lucky to have them and needed to try to keep them. Des agreed. As for Karl, he assured them that the IT team, such as it was, could keep the proverbial lights on, the cloud servers secure, and their social media and web presence current, but not much more than that.
He just didn’t have the stomach for his boss’s invective. In fact, given the way the plan fell apart so disastrously, he’d realized that he’d lost all respect for Chuck, and was fairly certain he was never going to trust his counsel ever again. 41 42 The Respectful Leader Finally, as he rounded the corner to go back into the building, Des concluded that Grace was right: he had work to do, serious work. His gut instincts told him that whatever he was going to do, he needed to do it fast. But what?
Culture Industry Reconsidered by Adorno Theodor W