Peter Shaplen Wants to be Put Out of his Misery

May 25, 2010 at 9:18 pm 7 comments

And really, who can really blame him.  Over-coaching for interviews dilutes the message and takes away the original intent.  For additional insight (and some humor) be sure to check out Peter’s latest blog entry “Shoot the messengers. Just shoot them and put us all out of their misery.

Chuck Brown

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