If there’s anything worse than religious
people who try to act morally superior and tell other people who they
can marry and where their soul will spend eternity after they kick the
bucket, it’s atheists who think other people care what they do and do
not believe in.
Kroger chairman and former CEO David Dillon recently opened up while at the Aspen Ideas Festival panel, keeping it realer than most would by stating that his $12.8 million pay package in 2013 was “ludicrous.”