Originally Posted by Superjudge
Grow up man. there is a way to conduct yourself as a professional. You don't need to drag people through the mud long after the fact to help aid you in any story about the past. Honestly, this isn't very complicated.
I may have the advantage of a few years on ya, and honestly, I think in this situation it might make a difference. Kobe is in a business, and in a business there are ethics. You can call a guy out on the spot, or in the room/ boardroom, but after that, it stays silent, OR if it has to be discussed, it's discussed with respect.
I could tell the same story Kobe did, without mentioning one name, and get the same result, same chuckles, same everything, WITHOUT making it a point to tear down the guys in questions. People likely already know who he's talking about, and if they don't it isn't important that they do.
So, 007, I respect what you're thnking, or saying, but I assure you, this doesn't come from a place of hate. Ok? It's just sound business ethics, and character. The best don't need to stomp the worst. They only shine brighter when they don't.