Define “Great”

In the interest of not having the case be decided solely by the fact that “The commissioner is doing a great job”, I have compiled a PowerPoint showing that there are, in fact, several possible definitions of “great”, and that that statement does not prove which one it is using. I take the bold stance that it is possible to do a great job badly, and that doing a great job does not exempt Parker from the responsibilities of his actions.

Signed,

Twenty-plus microwaves duct-taped together in our collective basement.

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