Thank you for reading, Calvin!

Even, if they couldn't stay non-profit - which is perfectly respectable - at least they should be more honest.

Given their current situation, they can't focus on their original mission so easily. Even if they have a business structure that allows the non-profit arm to stay in charge.

They have many reasons for doing what they do and going through those changes, but it doesn't justify not being straightforward about it.

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