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Really bad suggestions really bother me

I must be horribly confused.

It happens a lot.

After all,

being horribly confused is among my core competencies.

I read a strong piece on linked in about the lack of leadership causing difficulties with employee retention. I “liked it” and commented on it and all that.

When I returned to the link, the comment listed as “most relevant” was entirely about heavy equipment.

I haven’t bought, sold, rented, used, or even recently discussed heavy equipment. The base article doesn’t mention heavy equipment, and my comment doesn’t mention heavy equipment.

I don’t understand.

I don’t understand.

I don’t understand.


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