If those don't bother other people, and they think the advantages transcend anything else, fine, I completely understand. These are just my own personal reactions.
And then came this yesterday from Axios on its HBO TV show --
That aside, it's important to watch this clip to the end, because it notes the Uber CEO followed up with a "clarification." In fairness it's an extremely good clarification, saying that he had something in the moment that he didn't believe, and the murder was reprehensible, and should not be forgotten or excused. In equal fairness it was most probably written by a lawyer who the moment he saw the video likely had his hair set on fire and screamed, "OH, MY DEAR GOD, WE HAVE TO FIX THIS!!!!!"
For the record, that additional comment was not a "clarification," as it tries to state, but rather an apology -- just one without having to stoop to the word "apology." He not only should have stooped to word, he should have groveled and begged forgiveness.