Skip to comments.To Rob or To Be Robbed, That Is The Question
Posted on 04/18/2010 7:44:56 AM PDT by Patriot1259
The key to answer such as this is to keep them as short as possible. Any elaboration only provides opportunity to slip down that slippery slope called, "You're in Trouble, Man."
Then there are questions that I need to ask myself. One question that I never have to ask myself is, "Should I rob or should I not rob?"
I can hear somebody asking why I would ask such a question. And the simple answer is this, I recently was robbed.
The circumstances of the robbery are quite simple. I had been out of town for several weeks and was anxious to get back to my office and try catching up on some of my delinquent work. Actually, my work is never delinquent; it is the worker that is delinquent. But whichever way you choose to look at it, there was a lot of work that needed to be done and in a very short matter of time.
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Like asking do you want to be the Hammer or the Nail. . ?
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