Saturday, March 19, 2011

Mike Temporiti's Job Qaulifications: Nepotism and Patronage

You know, I'm less concerned about the nepotism aspect--after all, in private industry, you hire who you know, and that happens to be connections with whom you've done business in the past.
Don't focus on who got the job. Focus on the fact that this phony baloney job exists in the first place and that someone was going to make $70,000 a year pushing more paper anyway.


  1. Anonymous2:41 PM

    And we thank all of you couch potatoes who didn’t think it was important to get out and vote last November. It’s great to ad a $70,000 per year job in bad economic times. Sorry police and firefighters, and all those who do useful jobs, but some of you will have to go.

  2. Anonymous9:50 AM

    Maybe Don Temporiti made Don Dooley an offer he couldn’t refuse. Did Dooley own a horse? Remember the scene in The Godfather Part II when Don Fanucci came into Abandando’s grocery store and demanded that his nephew get Vito Corleone’s job?