Wednesday, April 5, 2006
You can send your employees out for sensitivity training, for urine testing, or to learn Microsoft Office. But can you send them out to have their "closeness to God" calibrated by a chiropractor named "Dr. Dan"?
Musician Carlos Santana and his wife Deborah will apparently learn the answer to that when a decision is rendered in a lawsuit brought against them by a 59-year-old former personal assistant who had worked for them since 1988. Dr. Dan allegedly told Bruce Kuhlman that he had a a "low enlightenment/consciousness level" which wasn't unusual for folks his age, and "promised it could be raised." Apparently it couldn't, and Kuhlman sued.