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|Leisha||Sep 28 2013, 06:26 PM|
I was, but now that I know it's not leading to Chancellor Industries I could care less. Whatever it is we know Jill is done :rip: . No job, love life, and no on-screen relationship w/her family there's no reason for her to exist.
Giving CI to Victor ends the Chancellors :rip: once and for all, but it made no story sense. Kay Chancellor would have never given her company, even to Victor. Regardless of her differences with Jill, she knew Jill shared the same loved ones. Besides How long did Kay think 75 year old Victor can keep it going? He's not a vampire, it'll just be handed down to his family instead of hers. Just garbage writing!
Jill would've always keep the company in the family. She would've employ , Victoria, Billy, Chance, Mac and whoever in that big extended family came to town. With Victor it's all about him, he's the boss and there will be nothing different about him running CI than what we've seen of his running of NE,.....which we've seen for decades. Not to mention he's still fixated on getting NE back even with CI, so it's the same old thing. it wouldn't matter if Victor was in charge of ACME inc. it didn't have to be CI. Whereas Jill never had free reign with any company before so that would have been new and interesting. :popcorn:
Well I'm done, I don't care what happens to CI if it's no longer part of the Chancellor family. Now it's just another one of Victor's companies. Without it being attached to a family it's just like $$$. It doesn't matter if a person has 3, 4 or 5 billion, or 2, 3 or 4 companies, it's just meaningless story wise. :bedtime:
Edited by Leisha, Sep 28 2013, 06:39 PM.
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