Jul 9th 2011 9:32AMSometimes it is a team effort but each team needs a leader. It amazes me that people would pick on Ray who portrayed so many of us, men and women, the real people in life. The ones who stand on the sidelines, are bright but just can't jump in ....
Jun 30th 2011 9:37AMAs one of the most faithful = I never watched last year with all the changes, it isn't the same and appears near the end. At least for the original fans.
Dec 5th 2010 7:32PMLets look at the flip side. Never work for a non profit. You believe in the cause - you give your heart and soul, you work for less pay than your counterparts in private industry and you give back so much of pay, time and talent. Bosses change on a regular basis changing from downright mean to absent minded. You carry on and your fellow workers carry on because you are the consitency. Then boom one day you realize you are being pulled at by the board members, clients and now this jerk who fits many of the above catergories. You throw back your shoulders, put up your chin, walk in and say goodbye. It is better to sit and eat a can of beans in a corner than to suffer this abuse. Oh by the way it is double hard when it is a non profit and Christian cause you just wouldn't believe what really happens. In your heart you knew you did it for the sake of those who needed help. That is your sanity and saves you from a near break down.
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