Personally I find these mega-agencies to be corrupted and untrustworthy, as goes with the majority of the medical/pharmaceutical industry. It is one of the more malevolent fields out there, as they don't have the public's interests at heart.
I enjoy sitting back and watching the commentary on this topic... not speaking of anyone here, but in my everyday life I know tons of people who toss out the same thoughts as mentioned above - right up to the point where it comes to this conversation, then there's a great divide
it seems like so many people are anti-big pharma, anti-gov, etc., etc. but then when it comes to vaccines it turns into blind devotion. it's so interesting to me... maybe I'm just getting to the age where most of my peers are popping out babies and immediately vaccinated them because that's normal procedure and then will blast non-vaccers relentlessly because they need to justify their own actions. I don't know.
again, I'm not anti or pro vaccinations, I'm just cautious of everything... just an interesting trend I've noticed surrounding this subject
Rivera seems to like Godfrey (hence, why he got a big contract from Hurney). I'm not so sure Gettleman feels the same.
The position switching makes it look like Rivera's almost desperate to find some reason to justify keeping him.
Not sure it's gonna work.
I've liked Bene a lot, but Rivera's love for Godfrey has been hard to ignore... he's a guy that on most teams would have been cut this offseason... instead he was given a second chance, and now a third if the move to S is true