Seriously, they need to be held financially liable for ALL damages in terms of both infrastructure damage and the cost associated with restoring that infrastucture, and the direct loss of revenue that resulted from inoperative systems.
Yeah, I know, this type of low-life probably couldn't come up with that kind of money over the rest of their pathetic lifetime but, hey, we could at least let them earn as much as possible putting them to work doing something really exciting like, oh let's say, check filing, ditch digging, envelope stuffing (the you-lickum variety), public restroom cleaning; well you get the idea (and not because there's anything wrong with those jobs, mind you. It's just that there's a never-ending need and number of those jobs, just to keep them nice and busy).
Or, I guess you could just lock them in a room with the IT execs that caught hell for not having run Microslop (oops, did I misspell that?) Update since the day before. I could probably sell that reality show to a network and retire before I'm 73. (Hmmmm, that's not a bad idea...gotta run)
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