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  •  "His Excellency the Governor" (1+ / 0-)
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    War on Error


    You're good. You're very good, WoE.

    There might be a job waiting for you if the "Job Creators" recognize raw talent and can make some money off you.

    Just don't ask about "benefits."

    I want a living planet, not just a living room.

    by Anthony Page aka SecondComing on Sat Jul 07, 2012 at 01:26:33 PM PDT

    •  Tempting? Not so much. Poem I wrote forever ago (0+ / 0-)


      I'd rather die a pauper,
      Doing something proper,
      Then sell my soul
      For a monetary goal.

      The decade or two ago I wrote this was a turning point in the work place.

      The 20s almost 30 somethings were elevated to management over the 50 somethings because they were newly educated, young, attractive, and had learned to be poker faced.  I can read people, but these weren't emoting people anymore.

      They were driven.  In their blind ambition, I felt they looked beyond me when we communicated.  Not a teachable crowd.  This explains why things are so messed up, imo.

      We can't discount humanity in our corporate models and expect outcomes that serve humanity.  I'm venting.

      Reminds me also of the Catepillar Pillar in Hope for the Flowers

      Romney and his ilk get to the top of the pillar, where their private jets are waiting to whisk them away from the grime of humanity and deposit them near their spotless, perfectly manicured Mansions where the little people make things comfy, cozy for them.

      A Utah citizen shot this video while driving past the Heber Airport near Park City a couple of weekends ago during Romney's brain storming/fund raising weekend Money Palooza.

      It's difficult to be happy knowing so many suffer. We must unite.

      by War on Error on Sat Jul 07, 2012 at 07:52:00 PM PDT

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