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The aftermath...

Discussion in 'Shiel' started by anonymous, Jan 20, 2018 at 8:44 PM.

  1. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    We were robbed
    Empty promises
    In the name of God
    Never any intentions
    Other than your own

    Not Genuwine
    Regardless of what you think
    Playing us
    Like A bad symphony

    Cling to your good memories
    As if there are any
    These dirty walls
    Paint over them
    With the Brightest of colors
    But the pain will always show

    Sadly, so many people
    In terms of their own lives
    working on a job they hate
    that is
    If they have one
    Discontent with the struggle
    For Now

    Life for so many
    This is not living
    Thats the problem

    You get what you give
    It was allowed to happen
    Only watching your life
    Instead of the big picture
    How much was needed
    Was this your best

    Now, self medication
    suppressing pain
    pretending to be happy
    That is the storm
    A magnificent force
  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    My life was a lie
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Never give in, never, never,never. In nothing, great or small, large or petty. Never give in except for convictions of honor. And good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Isn’t it great that this person was saying “nothing to worry about”

    You’re furloughed now, you listened to the guy who now works for LabCorp. How is that working out for you?

    Jun 8, 2016 at 7:53 AM

    I find it deeply amusing that he starts off by saying "don't assume who's posting." When clearly he's assuming who "you" are.

    I hope whoever you are (since everyone on here posts anonymously) the people around you stay clear of your Hitler like rants and Gestapo scare tactics. Head your own words. Stop rallying people up, getting them worried over nothing. There's been no news so forget about what you think you might know. Show us the facts or shut the fuck up!
  6. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Protect yourself for the long term instead of indulging in the momentary feeling of being strong. Draw the

    Manoeuvres against the enemy can bring great advantage or great peril.

    A general must acquaint himself thoroughly with the terrain... before he can march his enemies through it.

    oh well
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    All the rumors, made up stories, and innuendos are ridiculous. Everyone who works in this organization knows how this company was run and the culture that was created.
    Hard honest work is what created this. We all know that nothing will come of this. So let it take its course and be over.

    This was written 3 years ago.
    I say it’s taking its course and it will be over, problem is, your not going to be very happy with the result. Especially a nice handful of people.

    Do you ever get the feeling you’re being watched?

    Nah, you’re right its just taking its course, nothing to worry about.
  8. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Four thinks that you could never get back in life:

    1. The word after its said
    2. An opportunity after its missed
    3. Time after its gone
    4. Trust after its lost

    So when you question yourself why this happened you now have some clues.

    It takes time... You were brilliant for some time, but obviously not long enough.
  9. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    “You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today”
    Abraham Lincoln

    The evading happened years ago, today you will pay the price.

    “It takes time”

    As for Mr Small, get your affairs in order!!
  10. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    5. Your hair after your bald ass is done with.

    Get a life and move on you pathetic fool!
  11. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Oh contraire my mentally challenged friend. Try again!!!
  12. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Definitely you, don't try and distract, trying to look smart is way too obvious - dumbass.
  13. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    So you understand, think again who the smart one is. Certainly not you old friend!!

    No distraction just a response. You’re in way over your head.

    Do you really think everything is ok?
  14. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    315 763 69134, 113?

    The clues were all here. The keys will be released at some point.

    But, I know that Y’all are so smart and crafty. Haha, you ain’t seen nothing yet, others wrote the book on sneaky and crafty.

    Hmmm, wondering when you will realize what a dumb ass you were. Played like a fiddle. Omg, this is payback
  15. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Jul 25, 2017 at 8:37 AM
    So bitter over a businessman selling his company? JB is a businessman. Plain and simple. Shiel was like a hobby for him when he first bought it. His other businesses is where he was making his fortune. Shiel grew at a rate that JB probably couldn't comprehend or believe. Stress and bad health made him sell. Oh, and a $200+ mil dollar offer. You would have to be on crack not to accept that. Not sure why anyone is blaming him. Fresenuis (Spectra) came in and bought a well oiled machine and basically ruined in. They smeared shit on the Mona Lisa. Its a fucking shame.

    This one is hilarious, make sure practice your act in front of a mirror before the real investigators get in front of you. Although your chance to form a narrative is long gone. I’m sure your hoping time has erased all the evidence.
  16. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

  17. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Yawn....how long has it been with the same rhetoric about "what's to come"?

    Half pint screwed a lot of people and we all know his was of conducting business was unethical and illegal in many instances. So far, only big talk and no action.
  18. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    A well oiled machine making 11% profit. Fresinius was stupid to buy Shiel. They did not smear shit on the Mona Lisa, they smeared shit on a pile of shit! They got their asses saved by Quest. Shiel had maybe 1 year left before those 11% profits were losses. Overhead and IT costs were way too high. Service delivered to accounts that were tiny was ridiculous. This lab was loved by clients for a reason. They bent over backwards for every client even when the account was a loser. The munchkin sold JB a bill of goods and was bleeding the company dry. JB got out at the right time and is laughing with his millions in Florida while the munchkin is working for the worst lab in the country. Munchkin man is having no luck at Labcorp because he can't buy off EMR & middleware companies anymore. Compliance is a bitch. As far as Shiel being great, they were only doing about 110m in revenue. With the service they gave they should have been 500m! I gues the lab wasn't that great after all, since most of the business is still with Quest. why wouldn't the accounts leave? Because doctors think all labs are the same. Without someone paying off the doctors, they will stay with any lab. The two biggest payoff artists (JB and Dr, G at BRL) are gone. No one to fill the vacuum of payoffs excpet the Russians and Indian labs and everyone knows they all suck! Maybe Ammon and the Haupts will fill the void since they are going into clinical now? Doesn't matter, all labs are only holding Quest and Labcorp accounts until they get big enough for the big 2 to buy!
  19. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Going to the mattresses
  20. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Hmmm, very strange. Albee?