I noticed all the same things you did, Liz. Plus, as a former executive and a business planner, I definitely think there are some labor law violations in an employer publically revealing performance review information of former employees. The purpose was to defend and yes, to trash at least one, if not all, of the four that were featured. I do not question that this is the company that stationed ambulances outside warehouses rather than pay for air conditioning, so a small matter like putting details of performance reviews or a controversial termination in public, as it did for Mr. Olson, is really no big deal to them. I’m sure they can instantly afford to defend or pay a settlement if Mr. Olson chose to sue them.