Seems to be happening a lot these days. I guess the latest is John Schnatter - the founder of Papa John's Pizza for using a certain word during a conference call. https://www.freep.com/story/money/n...used-n-word-conference-call-forbes/775356002/ I'm not sure who these days would think it's something that can be said these days. It sounds like they had to ask to resign. Apparently their stock price was tumbling, he was asked to step down as a trustee of the University of Louisville, his name is ordered removed from a building in his hometown, and he's asked to resign by the board. I just saw a local news report of a road rage incident caught on cell phone video. I'll defer from linking directly since it contains unedited quotes of what was said. However, this woman apparently didn't think about being recorded (a phone is clearly being held up) and she flips off this person and uses several choice words including the one that got John Schnatter in trouble. After posting it to Twitter, someone found out who it was, contacted the person's employer with a link to the video, and she was apparently fired from her job at an investment bank. It kind of boggles the mind that anyone would be so tone deaf with everyone having a recording device in their pocket, and an army of people on social media who can identify and shame people.