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Do the questions on Let's Talk Live seem fake?

Do the questions on Let's Talk Live seem fake?

They do to me. Like plants or pre-staged so they can yammer on about what they want to. I don't think I've seen one pointed question since that one a long time ago that got Michel a bit hot under the collar. Maybe they put the kibosh on those sort of questions.

I'd like to see the questions that people actually ask (anonymously) come in on a feed where people could vote on the question and maybe a system to combine similar questions together.

Then, at least we could maybe influence the questions that are actually answered and we could see the questions that they are NOT answering.

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Actually, I had one of my questions answered. Not by Michel, but answered. I didn't like the answer about RTO last year. Another question I submitted was answered to me directly via email. This was about raises relative to inflation. So they are answered. However, Im sure they're selective considering the number of questions they receive.

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Post ID: @hako+1eqRg1kc

Mr. Katz - You don't need to prepare for ANY question if you KNOW exactly which questions will be asked. I say they are pre-planned, fake questions to push their narrative.

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Post ID: @5qgs+1eqRg1kc

CEOs prep the same way politicians prep… even if the questions are legitimate, he would have been prepared with planned answers for 95% of potential questions…

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Post ID: @5pnl+1eqRg1kc

They are fake to push a company narrative and to try to create the illusion of a culture.

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Post ID: @2jmu+1eqRg1kc

Todd is responsible for writing all the questions

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Post ID: @hco+1eqRg1kc

Great idea, which is why it would never happen.

You are dead on though. At many levels these types of side shows have pre determined questions and answers ready to go. Sometimes because they are afraid nobody will ask anything and other times because they have a narrative to push. Usually the latter.

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