Thanks to this photo illustration by Felix Sockwell we can fully envision Bruce Nussbaum‘s current fate had he not disclosed his membership in the bloodthirsty Blubber’s Gang that once roamed Eighth Street between Avenues C and D.
Nussbaum, responding to a Gawker post about his situation, is still trying to bring it into the realm of design, filing his post under “innovation,” calling the situation “crowd-mobbing” and saying we can all learn a valuable lesson here about user-generated content and social media.
Social media? We don’t care about that, Nussbaum. What we want to know is this: How many business writer asses did you have to pop a cap in to get where you are today?
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