The comment by Disgusted reader is a disgusting example of wealth blindness and a total (tool's?) lack of understanding about how narcissism works. That fact that you feel it's OK to post such "call the waa-mbulance", narcissistic and just plain nasty drivel goes to show how far the web has gone over the last several decades in allowing cranks a voice. Based on this post, I can safely assume you will never worry about giving your children the greatest gift in life a parent can pass along -- love, perspective, or being a role model worth emulating. Good job. Your own parents must be very proud.
This is really, really cool.
It's rare for anyone to acknowledge a mistake (let alone one in the public sphere), but you did. Mazel tov -- a very mensch thing to do!
Bravo, Jonny. This is an important subject, standing at the intersection of economics and morality -- an intersection my generation (boomer) seems to have littered with corpses. Your generation HAS to do better, and this geezer is confident you will.
Outstanding piece. Had no idea this was happening. We buy every week from Trader Joe's, and we will communicate our concern for fair wages -- and our willingness to pay an extra penny per pound -- to the management there. Thank you!
Kudos to John for his honesty -- and for his stand against corporatism. Kudos to the article's writer, Sydney, for creating the conditions for such a lively window into the state of this segment of the music industry.
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