Doom Buggy Driver
- Jul 24, 2013
Yes. In late fall, people expected her to be announced as the star of the spinoff (can’t remember the name), but they backed off on that announcement due to her inexcusable behavior on social media at the time.The issues go back quite a while and she even stated that they had asked her to apologize previously but she didn't want to - she did it in her own words, but obviously her continued statements were not well-received.
But you aren't the sole arbiter of such things. The fact is the tweet did offend some people. It wasn't the first time either, and as I have said, it was more about her unwillingness to curtail the behavior and apologize than it was about any single tweet. It was a pattern. I understand that what she says she was trying to say shouldn't be offensive, but the, let's say, inelegant, way she said it was definitely problematic.As a Jew by blood, I can tell you that There was zero that was offensive In the “offending” tweet. Zero.
Actually, the true arbiters would be the shareholders as they are the owners of the company that the board is trying to keep happy. If the shareholders don't care about losing a few subscribers than the leadership won't care.Actually, the true arbiters are we the consumers of Lucasfilm. And my verdict is D+ gone from my budget unless and until leadership of Lucasfilm also gone.
That’s great and your choice if it makes you feel better. It won’t matter, though. Disney+ is doing outstanding.Actually, the true arbiters are we the consumers of Lucasfilm. And my verdict is D+ gone from my budget unless and until leadership of Lucasfilm also gone.
I do not agree. I personally think she crossed a line multiple times and and I would not want her associated with my business either. I think they had reason to fire her.So you agree there was no reason to fire her?