precedentnoun |ˈpresid(ə)nt|an earlier event or action that is regarded as an example or guide to be considered in subsequent similar circumstances
Just a little note for our friend Kurt Greenbaum. After watching a video we received tonight from the guys over at STLtomorrow of Greenbaum shakily talking about the infamous incident at his recent public appearance, its clear he has no idea what the word means.
From the video (embedded below):
Random Guy: “Doesn’t this set a precedent for when you see other objectionable comments to contact other employers as well? Should people be afraid to com…”
Greenbaum: “No, I don’t think it sets a precedent.”
Random Guy: “Well it happened.”
Greenbaum: “Ok. I don’t think it set a precedent.”
Random Guy: “Would you consider doing that again?”
Greenbaum: “I don’t know.”
I don’t know?! I honestly don’t know if Greenbaum really thinks he did nothing wrong, or if he is just sticking to his retarded guns here.
There was a time where we even felt a little sorry for Greenbaum’s misguided ass, but he comes off like a self-righteous dick in this video even more than he did in the blog post basically bragging about getting a man fired!
There’s no point to continue disecting Greenbaum’s actions. It was wrong. Everyone knows it. Well not everyone. Just the one guy. It’s really frustrating when everyone in the world knows something and one poor bastard just can’t see the truth.
This must be what it’s like to be around Tom Cruise or Lois Lane.
Video courtesy of STLTomorrow.org