Ethics never comes up. The job is to push product, and once sold, “we wash our hands of the whole thing.”
Voter perception and the fear of a public relations black eye is always a motivating factor in politics.
Don’t chains have quality control mechanisms to alert headquarters to abnormal patterns in prescription use?
As soon as they were feeling better, the guys would gather in the lounge to swap stories of high-level burglaries and shoplifting expeditions on a grand scale.
Some people are surprised that someone could function at such a high level in public despite significant drug use, but that’s something addiction has been known for.
…we’re often well behind the curve in terms of what’s actually happening in colleges and bars and on the streets around America.
I’m no lawyer, but it makes me think of robbing a bank and returning 20% of the spoils to avoid jail.