Apology of the Week
Breaking down the various apologies from business, entertainment, general human conditions, international, sport and anything else where apologies have been exist in the public domain.
Did they work? Was it important ? What the hell is wrong with these people? All valid questions we will discuss an analyze
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Breaking down the various apologies every week from business, entertainment, general human conditions, international, sport and anything else where apologies have been exist in the public domain.
John A Crotty
John has spent much of his life perfecting and thinking about apologies.
Having always demonstrating a significant problem with authority (actually a proud family trait), the art of the apology has been key to his own survival.
Now spends much of his time creating affordable housing and making Community garden grown Hot Sauce mistakes; professional apologies are still required with great regularity as if it was the first time, every time.
Having served up hundreds of thousands of apologies in his over five decades on this planet, almost all which has been spent in NYC (except for eternal 4 year gulag in Rochester).
His profession experience have allowed him to learn from some of the best apologizers in the business, John is self-proclaimed connoisseur of the apology.
From the absurd to the practical to the very rare sincere apology, all are of interest and have motivated his desire to discuss this critical social construct.
Lydia is a writer and director. She is a serial apologizer who once picked up someone’s dropped pen and, while handing it back to them, said, “sorry.” Despite this early sign of weakness, she forged ahead, leaving her native Washington, DC for the mecca of all insecure people, i.e. artists, New York City. She bartends in the East Village, where she often apologizes for providing pretty decent service. She is currently working on her first narrative feature, HEY, COWBOY, for which she has no apologies.