"If you think what's going on right now is a joke, and you want to joke around about it, you should pick your stuff up and leave Patch today," he says.
Moments later, Armstrong apparently sees Lenz and fires him: "Abel put that camera down right now. Abel you're fired. Out."
Armstrong told investors during the New York-based company's second-quarter earnings conference call on Aug. 7 that Patch will be profitable by the end of the year. That's not that too far away. Who might be next to go?
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