In a slam-dunk, short agenda, you have got to be kidding me, meeting conducted by the cheap-assed Board of Directors over the weekend, I have been easily reinstated and my Executive Director powers restored here at FTI. Honestly, I expected nothing less.
As a recap to our potential lone, drop-in reader, I review: My duties and responsibilities were stripped last week after describing our same aforementioned cheap-assed Board of Directors as "idiots". Shifty, my legal representative, correctly pointed out that my use of the word "idiot" was protected under my First Amendment rights and, though not tastefully used, was used a substitute for the more hurtful words of:
airhead, birdbrain, blockhead, bonehead, bubblehead, chowderhead, chucklehead, cluck, clunk, cretin, deadhead, dim bulb dimwit, dip, dodo, doofus [slang], dope, dork [slang], dullard, dumbbell, dumbhead, , dummkopf, dummy, dunce, dunderhead, fathead, gander, golem, goof, goon, half-wit, hammerhead, hardhead, ignoramus, imbecile, jackass, know-nothing, knucklehead, lamebrain, loon, lump, lunkhead, meathead, moron, nimrod [slang], nincompoop, ninny, ninnyhammer, nit [chiefly British], nitwit, noddy, noodle, numskull oaf, pinhead, prat [British], ratbag [chiefly Australian], saphead, schnook [slang], simpleton, stock, stupe, stupid, thickhead, woodenhead, yahoo, yo-yo.
Our negotiated settlement allows me for the continuing use of the word "idiot" when signaling my displeasure with the Board. In return, the Board gets to continue to refer to me as the sole Executive Director here at FTI.
I thought the lawyer was supposed to be looking out for my best interests.