Danyael posted:Drugb posted:Danyael posted:.
He is the most prodigious writer on our sugar industry. I do not know what specifically you know of that is better than he said that makes you think you are superior. If experience with your bilge is anything instructive it is just your big mouth flapping again.
And yes he has has done many summer lecture tours at Harvard. If you complain on things not changing in one and a half years in the industry where was your insight when the PPP ran it backwards to 1973 production levels.
Writer and doer are totally two different animals. You yourself are a case which is a clear example where writing does not translate into competency.
He has done no such tour, please post documented evidence of this.
He is but a dummy who was put in charge of an industry of which he has no practical experience.
Again you do not know a damn about me but for starters where hands on is concerned I can build a bike from scratch, a boat or repair any engine on electronic component in addition to taking care of your computer networks and programming in any of a dozen programming language. And yes I can write better than you by a thousand paces and I can also explain things without the constant prejudicial notion I am better because of my genes. Further, I do not have to pretend others are less than me by assuming they are what they are not ie owning dollar stores or working behind the counter of one. The point here is you are a simpleton who argues to the man rather than the issues.
This fellow could have been your economic minister or some component of the PPP upper level administrative personnel if the PPP did not put race first. He has the credentials to speak to what he is writing about because most of what is necessary here to understand the industry is not solvable by one being in the muck but by analysis of the system from a synoptic view. It is about one knowing economies of scale, marketing, branding, product diversification and distribution and from what I read of his writing he has most of that down. A wise man need not know how to do a thing. He must of necessity know how to gather together the people who know how to perform the tasks and create the symbiosis in the process that would result in the efficient execution of the task. He has that down also.
The only dummy here is a simpleton being critical without knowing or even able to articulate what are the components of the system he criticizes. First learn to write before presuming you can. You have not explained a damn thing you think is wrong except the usual crap about you being smart to know others are dunces when you cannot even give us an idea of what you attribute are your knowledge of this system that makes you better than the gentleman you criticize.
You sure about that? Did you get pass Basic or Cobol. Maybe you did Assembler or was it RPG II?