Not talking so much about class or trickle-down. The point I was trying to make is it's all about the organization, and I believe that a quality organization starts at the top. Few organizations have all great (or classy) members, but the good ones bring the best in all their members, and IMHO, that starts at the top.
I know this is a ridiculous comparison, but by my house we have 2 Wawas within a few miles of each other that are physically identical in almost every way. I love a tuna sandwich, and often go to one or the other to get one. At one store, the employees are happy and pleasant, and you get great service and they make consistantly good sandwiches. At the other, the employees all have attitudes, and on any given day you are likely to get the wrong ingredients on your sandwich, the wrong sandwitch, or when you open the wrapper, you find everything all over the wrapper, instead of inside the sandwitch.
Whats the difference between the 2 stores? Management/Organization.
Unfortunately, guess which one is much closer to my home....?
The Jets oragnization shold be named Ringling Brothers.......the place is a circus that wants to get the same media attention the Giants get........since they can't get headlines by winning, they'll take it anyway they can.
And now, in the interest of equal time, here is a message from the National Institute of Pancakes: It reads, and I quote, “**** waffles.”......G Carlin