Okay fine, so the original "apology" that he posted for his inexcusable, unrepentant reaction to being reminded of his own despicable past of domestic violence had a bit of a "I'm sorry that you feel that way" vibe to it, but that revised version? They don't come much more genuine than that, folks. Everyone knows that a person's true feelings only come out when they are geotagged at the office of their employer. Frank Clark might have misspoke by implying that women can only work in a profession that doesn't involve cooking or cleaning for so long before their boss remembers that they have a vagina and promptly fires them. However, it's tough to argue that he didn't make up for his sexist remark by sitting down - free of supervision, of course - and conjuring up an articulate public statement that reads much more compassionately than anything he's ever written on that very same Twitter account previously. I was all set to consider him a hopeless human being that still doesn't recognize members of the fairer sex as his equal, but after seeing that carefully crafted, copy-and-pasted admission of guilt I can't help but think that it's definitely/totally/finally his true self that is speaking on his behalf instead of his "emotions".