It really does get to the point where some know they've come full circle.
You know, for quite a while now, every time I passed a cemetery,
I felt as if I were apartment hunting.---Prof Wutheridge from The Bishop's Wife (1946)
But that is not the way business work since they shifted from producing a popular product at a lower price than what it is sold for and finding a profit margin that can support R and D for future products.
Somewhere it became known that public businesses had to have gains each quarter to keep the stockholders content.
Staying the same at any point is failure in that later model.
There's an assumption across a lot of businesses that if you're not growing a lot, you're failing. I don't think it's catastrophic if baseball and other sports sometimes have a period where they have to retrench and rethink how their models work. They shouldn't expect weird market quirks like countless people who don't like sports paying $6 a month for ESPN to continue or even grow forever.
No real suprise. Made no sense to go to almost zero cases in two months. The HUMINT and SIGINT on this was known for months.
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