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But Welles tells this same story in his movie "F For Fake." Only in that movie, he attributes the origins of the omelet story to the artist Marcel Vertes: "Like all Hungarians, he (Vertes) told the best Hungarian jokes. The omelet, you know that, don't you? Sure, it's a classic. An omelet? It's in our Hungarian cookbook. First, steal an egg."
That's verbatim from "F For Fake."
To hell with you people, to coin a phrase
Science and Technology Resources on the Internet – Text Mining, by Kristen Cooper, Plant Sciences Librarian, University of Minnesota Libraries, University of Minnesota. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, Spring 2017. DOI:10.5062/F4K0729W.
“As defined by Bernard Reilly (2012), president of the Center for Research Libraries, text mining is “the automated processing of large amounts of digital data or textual content for the purpose of information retrieval, extraction, interpretation, and analysis.”
Megyn Kelly, Alex Jones and how to interrogate a liar without getting played
Here's the story of a remarkably tone-deaf press release from a public relations agency representing PETA. Abuse of a cat was faked in the video and the PR agency asked news organizations to go along with it.
“Always treat your employees exactly as you want them to treat your best customers.”
–Stephen R. Covey
"Our people are our most valuable resource." "What makes this company great is its employees." How many times have you heard platitudes like these? Unfortunately, at most companies, that's exactly what statements like these amount to. Most company leaders worry first about pleasing their investors, next about making their customers happy. Giving employees what they want comes in a distant third.
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