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  1. His anger-management classes are not intended to teach him how to manage his anger, rather they are intended to teach him how to anger [the] management [of his company].

  2. Reminds me of a great line in an old British radio comedy (“Round the Horne,” if I recall correctly):

    “This seems to be a very tight-knit community.”
    “Oh, yes, we’ve got the tightest nits you’ll find anywhere.”

  3. I’m reminded of a friend who was sent to what he referred to as “charm school”: some sort of management class.
    When he got back, he wrote and asked for a refund, as he didn’t feel it had taught him anything.
    I posited that him making that claim was sufficient to prove that it had, indeed, failed its mission.

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