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Thursday, June 29, 2006

The Wonderful World Corporate Life

“Gosh I can’t wait to grow up, sit in an office staring at a computer all day. I want to work for enough money to buy a house and a fancy car, while making millions of dollars for some large corporation.” You might have thought that as a kind but I never did. The closest was making some rich millionaire type but unfortunately as a child you don’t think to yourself what you need to do to become one of those. Go to some fancy business school, start as a lower level executive and if you kiss enough butt, play the corporate PC game, then become the “big wig”. Why would someone want to do that? I don’t know. As each day goes by and I sit at a desk staring at a computer working for a large corporation I can feel the screen sucking the life and motivation out of me. Is my job easy? Sure. Is it better then most jobs? Yep. Does it pay well? Yes. Do I enjoy it and wake up looking forward to it everyday? No, never.

Why don’t I quite my bitching and go find a job I actually enjoy and want to do you might ask? My answers to the questions above are why.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

The Media Band Wagon

I read this article and wanted to comment as to how “right on” it was in regards to how the media will just jump on something and run with it as fact. It always amazes me as to the lack of actual information people use when developing opinions of subject, especially when it comes to narcotics. Most people who think they are bad have never actually tried any, don’t know anyone who’s an addict, and most likely don’t know the majority of their co-workers have partaken in illegal substances and still manage to live productive worthwhile lives.
http://www.slate.com/id/2143982/?nav=fix

Monday, June 12, 2006

Splash someone... Ha Ha... Funny

One thing I have never understood is why people think it’s funny to drive past people on the street and splash them!!! I was walking my dog and some jackass in a SUV, I’m thinking Liberty or older Cherokee, races around a corner so he can splash me and my dog with a mud puddle. He then drove off as I yelled, flipping him off to come back. People are so tough when they know they can get away with things like that, to bad they aren’t tough enough to get out of the truck and actually stand up for themselves.

For those of you out there that think those jokes are funny just respond to this post with where you want to meet. And try not to be a big coward about it and bring a bunch of buddies to protect you!! Or act like you will show then not show. And finally just fists, like in the old days before you realized you could cause a fight then run away from it like a little piece of shit!!

Sunday, June 04, 2006

Washington’s Northwest Trek


Today I went to northwest trek, a place that touts itself as “a treasure for wildlife enthusiasts”. Anyone who knows me knows I’m morally against zoos and taking animals out of the wild, caging them and putting them on display for the ignorant public. This place actually offended me more then the typical zoo. It still had the fenced animals on display. It still had the morons howling at the wolves and loud children who have no concept of real wildlife. What really offended me was the fact that this place actually acted like it was some kind of animal refuge, like it actually cared about wildlife, like it actually was trying to make a different at $12.00 per adult and $8.00 per youth. What this place really is doing is taking animals from their natural habitat and displaying them so they can charge admission plus the price of a hot dog. At least zoos actually try to do some animal research in the process.