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  •  My day as a corporation (0+ / 0-)

    This here corporation dragged itself out of bed, showered, shaved, made lunch and headed on down to the bus stop, where no other corporations waited. Many corporations, however, had incorpsed themselves into shiny vehicles, which corporately cooperated and stayed within their lines. On the bus, a corporation was driving, and many corporations sat in various states of corporeal distress/satisfaction/distraction/insanity. Then, off the bus and to the train, where - you guessed it - more corporations milled around...until...the train came, the corporations waiting for it entered the train and joined the other corporations already aboard, and all traveled to their corporate destinations. For here is both irony and bittersweetness: the corporations heading toward their corporate destinations (this corporation included) must incorporate themselves within said corporations, if they wish to live.

    It would seem, then, that being a corporation has precisely zero benefits, given the mandatory kowtowing to the removed edifice-corporations, which fill the corporate coffers (mine included) with the single coporate delight called...money. For which, the corporations often prostrate themselves before other corporations, abased but glad.

    We corporations will do anything for the shiny delight called money. Anything at all. Corporate bleeding, beyond metaphor, is usually the result.

    Cry not.

    Remember the suffering of the North Korean people.

    by Nathan Hammersmith on Fri Aug 12, 2011 at 11:10:15 AM PDT

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