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Inside Ray Lane's Silicon Valley
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Hurd_isa_Turd
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Hurd_isa_Turd,
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10/14/2011 | 6:40:20 PM
re: Inside Ray Lane's Silicon Valley
I just lost my lunch.

As sleazy as the Occupy Wall Street characters are, I believe they have a place in the current financial and economic dialogue.

However, half of them should be camping out in Silly-con Valley where the other crooks are shaking down Americans for their hard earned cash.

Just what has Lane ever done that is productive? Yet the MSM tech media such as Information Week fall into the Silly-con Valley trap by sugar coating the self selected "heroes" who are causing the demise of America.

"Lane says it took him a bit to understand just how powerful the program (Special Olympics) is."
One sentence says it all.

Please stop acting as a free PR outlet and start providing some real journalism that gets to the bottom of the festering mess called Silly-con Valley. My suggestion for a start would be to dissect every year of Ray Lane's career, covering the highlights; both negative and positive, and provide the facts so your readers can make up their own minds.

As for me, any winner of TechAmerica's David Packard Medal of Achievement automatically gets placed in my "loser" bracket until TechAmerica demonstrates some sense of propriety about their award winners.


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