Yesterday in the blog I used the statement Sour Grapes, to describe why some workers wish for other workers to suffer consequences. Sour Grapes means; disparagement of something that has been proven unattainable. Yesterday I should have used the words comeuppance. Comeuppance is a punishment or fate that someone deserves. I should have wrote that many workers feel that their fellow workers should suffer consequence as part of their comeuppance.

So yesterday was a mistake and I apologize for using the wrong word. I have learned from my mistake and apologized for it. I think that when mistakes are made we should do this right away learn our lessons, apologize and make the hurt parties whole and move on.

The only real mistake is the one from which we learn nothing

Henry Ford
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