Sunday, December 14, 2003

Charles Bukowski, one who inspried me to write

I picked up my first Charles Bukowski book while staying at a log cabin in Angels Camp in 1990. There are about a handful of those who have inspired me to improve...none of them are from the DLSE. Those are manager techniques that are saved for other state agencies.
Richard Feynman was the one who investigated the space shuttle Challenger crash, and he had this talent for being able to explain complex physics to a layman.
Jeffrey Weigand was the whistleblower that blew the doors off Big Tobacco and exposed the world, among other things, that the chemicals assimilated into cigarettes were more addictive than heroin. This was also the piece on 60 Minutes where they caved to a potential lawsuit and delayed the broadcast of Wiegand's interview. The movie, The Insider, was their portrayal of Wiegand.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Message to the illiterate individual who writes this wretched blog:

Mr. Lotts,
I am not Dean Fryer. Your constant posting to yourself is laughably weak. If you honestly want traction for your opinions, the use of graphically violent and perverse innuendo should stop.

Honestly, you are becoming the laughing stock of governmental bureaucracy with your sub-standard performance in DLSE, your continuing perpetration of inappropriate comments about your co-workers, and your continuing lack of compliance with existing orders from Angela, John, and others.

You may think that you are receiving adequate legal advice, but you appear to be convinced that your future should rely upon the opinion of a liberal, low-level, elected politician from Garden Grove.

Perhaps, instead of publishing libel and slander, you should consider the ramifications of perjury under California law.

You appear not to care that the governor, the DIR, and DLSE have been harmed by your behavior, your false statements, and your reallocation of governmental resources per your own whim.

Exactly which code of administrative conduct permits you to call your co-workers names, allege perverse sexual escapes, and then complain that you are being treated unfairly?

It is the role of any state administration to bring discipline to the administrative process.

Your conduct deserves review.

Just review your own blog. The character attacks, defamation of character, and administrative abuses are clear.

4/05/2008 10:29 PM  

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