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"If you have been 'dreedled' and are the end of the line, I suggest you apply a perverse form of 'Parkinson's Law' and issue a lot of pointless e-mails about the subject matter, remembering to copy in as many people as possible. Before you know it, the dreedle issue has caused a gridlock in the company and is an embarrassment to management."
By ad iudicium on What to do when you have been ‘dreedled’
"Putin relies largely on bluster and bluff, and every time we hesitate over simple measures like these, his prestige grows, as well as his confidence that he can get his way by pushing hard. He will have only contempt for a weak Western response to the invasion of Ukraine."
By Cambyses on Punishing a few oligarchs in London is not enough