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I appreciate your opinon also and am glad that you share it. You come from a different perspective then I do and I enjoy hearing our perspective.

On Markey, I don't think this has anything to do with transparancy. If Markey really thinks there is an issue he should look into the issue first before calling someone out on it. Its human decency. Yes if he found an issue he should inform the company and yes if he didn't he should let that be known also but you don't call something black unless you know its black.

On your Iger comments, I suggest you look at the Quarterly Reports. The Studio business was good for $1 billion in revenues out of $11 billion. The study is less then 10% of the company revenue and while yo don't just forget about 10% I just have to judge Iger more on how he runs the Media companies and the Parks which account for three quarters of both the revenue and profits. So while I would agree with you somewhat on the studio it like if he is getting an A on 75% of his work and a C on 12% he still gets good marks from me.

-- Although I bet it doesn't take $30 million to find someone who can handle the job
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