Oscar Pistorius' uncle says the Olympic athlete is "numb with shock, as well as grief" over the shooting death of his girlfriend.
jb: Have you ever done a "favor" that your boss asked you to do? Not your supervisor, but the guy who signs the check that pays you for the work you do. Did it feel like a "favor" freely given, based on the merits, that you would do for anyone else? Or did you feel obligated to do it becasue you had been paid, and wanted to be paid again, so what's the harm in doing a "favor" if asked? That's why you would pick up your boss's dry cleaning, even though you wouldn't do that for your neighbor, even (or especially) if they offered you $10 to do it. THAT is why Hillary cannot say "no" to meetings and favors from her donors . . . and she never will say "no" . . . even though she might lie about it if anyone asks . . . "are you picking up your boss's dry cleaning? Doe he make you do that?" . . ."No, hahaha, I'd never do that, this is all my stuff, totally normal routine, just taking care of business like usual, everything with my boss I keep strictly professional, hahahaha" . . . Right . . .