"That court has got to cut this segregation out, cause I'm telling you, we Negroes have caught hell
Even the battle-wise still caught hell
Other formations caught hell
while we had a "milk run." Yet I was told the B-29s suffered no losses that night.
One reason for this is that when the first public allowance sale - between Wisconsin Power and Light and the Tennessee Valley Authority - was announced, the companies involved caught hell
from the press for "buying the right to pollute." The TVA's executive vice president William Malec then griped to The Energy Daily that the sale "created an impression in the media that nothing less than a cabal of utility executives had conspired to pollute the environment for fun and profit," and that such bad press would have a chilling effect on utilities, which are forced to operate at the public's forbearance under layers of regulation.
"[Openly gay composer] Billy Strayhorn caught hell
back then when he was playing with Duke Ellington.
For instance, when President Clinton left office, he did some stupid things he has justifiably caught hell
for in the press--like the Marc Rich pardon and the loony and greedy idea of registering for gifts.