Axe Jackeline Velez
Axe Jackeline Velez about how to get someone killed celebrating the end of Tax Season…throwing an ax at them could be the best way to that we have ever heard of.
Ms. Jackeline Velez…
…I am sorry, but ANY time someone advocates wreckless stunt that literally crosses the line from grossly negligent and STUPID to POTENTIALLY LETHAL and demonstrative of DEPRAVED INDIFFERENCE TO HUMAN LIFE I am going to tag it, call it out and do everything and anything I can to prevent a horrible injury or the death of another human being.
The idea that “stress relief” or “fun” would include throwing a potentially deadly weapon such as an ax at another human being is twisted and sick.
Don’t remember what I am talking about, what’s this:
Would it be a bad thing if a Xero Accounting Partner would up on the floor in a pool of blood, DEAD or with his or her head split open because someone followed your suggestion and split their skull open with an ax? The conduct in the photo is beyond STUPID it is outright reckless. Worse yet, the event appears to have been expressly approved by Xero at the corporate level. Here is the event registration for the event that appeared on Eventbrite for Dallas.
Xero’s Houston Axe Event
and the event in Austin
We decided to try an experiment so we asked the owners of Eventbrite, and the three Axe Throwing venues in Dallas, Houston, and Austin if they would have permitted this ad to run with Jackieline Velez’s photo:
We will amend this page to add the responses that we receive from any of the venues or Eventbrite.
Our view is that the photo of wantonly, grossly negligent conduct representing depraved indifference to human life tells us a lot about Ms. Velez’s judgment, and indirectly about Xero’s judgment with respect to hiring and employment policies. We wonder what’s next, perhaps a Russian Roulette tournament, with semi-automatic pistols.
Let’s all welcome Jackeline Velez to SmellyStinkyEA with a special award for inventing a way to get someone killed celebrating the end of tax season, with special mention to Xero for supporting it.