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Witnesses say on Thursday, a crowd went to a park where 12 lanes of hot coals were on the grass....I only have one question: Do you have what it takes to be a regional manager?
Witness Jonathan Correll says he heard "wails of pain and screams of agony"...
"First one person, then a couple minutes later another one, and there was just a line of people walking on that fire. It was just bizarre, man."
And let's go back to 1995:
[I]t should come as no surprise that even President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton invited a trio of self-help gurus to Camp David just before the new year.Did the Clintons scamper over hot coals? I agree that would be marvelous.
Anthony Robbins, the best-selling, self-described "peak performance coach," Marianne Williamson, the prophet of love whose devotees include Oprah Winfrey and Elizabeth Taylor, and Dr. Steven R. Covey, author of one of the most successful books on management ever — "Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" — all refuse to divulge the substance of their meeting with the Clintons. Mr. Covey said only that it was "marvelous."
Pundits quickly speculated about a White House so bereft of ideas it had to seek them in the transcendent. Mrs. Clinton downplayed the meeting, and later complained in a letter to the editor of Esquire, to be published in April, that she was not "tight" with Ms. Williamson, who was merely one of many religious and spiritual advisers invited to meet the Clintons.Merely one of many purveyors of bullshit that the Clintons consorted with. Noted. Also noted: Steven R. Covey was buried today.