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Posted on 02/23/2007 6:18:45 AM PST by joeystoy
Okay, I'll admit it. I'm a hater.
This world is full of things I HATE!
I hate SUVs.
I hate cell phones.
I hate Blackberrys!
Not the sweet and juicy kind that grow on vines.
No, I'm referring to the ubiquitous annoying kind that are attached to the hands of self-important biz nerds.
These are people SO critical to the success of their respective enterprises they can't be out of communication range for even one second.
Curiously, this phenomenon is most evident among the job descriptions whose decisions are the least vital and the most subjective.
Are you listening all you ad agency geeks?
People whose decisions have real and substantial consequences understand that their attention is critical to the decision-making process. But for those whose decisions are limited to "the blue backdrop or the purple drapes, shrimp cocktail or lobster rolls" the myth of multi-tasking seems to be inextricably linked to their own inflated sense of self worth.
How many times have you tried to complete a conversation with someone who's checking emails or answering the cell phone?
"What is that? The kitchen is on fire?
NO, NO, NO... THE ICE GOOSE GOES NEXT TO THE VODKA AND CAVIAR!!!"
(Excerpt) Read more at give-n-go.blogspot.com ...
Golly, I guess someone's a total failure in life and wants no display of the modern, middle class life. Tsk. Tsk.
Did you actually read the essay or were you too busy deciding between paper or plastic?
"Did you actually read the essay or were you too busy deciding between paper or plastic?"
Yes, I did pick up the sarcasm. Paper.
If you aren't a rabid NC State fan, then you're a hater.
Go Red Storm!!!
Boy do I miss the good old days.
When they were the Redmen they were Top 25 every year.
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