Unfortunately, it probably wouldn't be that satisfying. Huge entities with multibillion dollar operating budgets don't settle stuff like this in the way you think. They would meet in a conference room, where a couple of directors would throw a couple of numbers at each other. This, after convincing each other's… »
I can understand anonymity for a few people involved, like the doctor performing the execution and the workers associated with it. They aren't in danger of feeding the prison/execution industrial complex.
Companies who make a profit on it? No anonymity for them. »
After 17 years teaching high school in Texas, my dad had this to say: [paraphrased] "A few will really shine, and you'll remember them forever. Others will still achieve almost nothing, despite any amount of effort. You do your best with the rest." »
I worked for a grocery store in my youth. Occasionally, due to the incline of the parking lot, a cart returner-person would lose control and slam 8 or 10 carts into a car. The store accepted the risk and always paid for damages. »
1st Gear: Who would have thought that giving giant tax breaks to move, not create, jobs, could end badly? »
For what it's worth, I seriously doubt that feminists, decent people, and most Jezebel commenters agree with that perspective.
It's funny, but it has nothing to do with sexism. »