Hansen: Bo Pelini will have to carry burden of tirade with him
Everyone, even Bo Pelini, needs a safe space in which to vent his frustrations without being graded or judged, said Kirsten Martin, an expert on business ethics and privacy. To live without this safe place, Martin said, “is a lonely existence.”
Posted: Thursday, September 19, 2013 12:00 am
At the end of a Cornhusker controversy, after the fury from the final Facebook post has faded away, there sits one cold fact about the world in which our most public of public figures now live.
When you are someone as famous as Bo Pelini, the world is listening. Even when you don't want them to be. Even when that doesn't seem fair.
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