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Willy– “Wood drastically underestimates the impact of social distinctions predicated upon wealth, especially inherited wealth…” You got that from “Work in Essex County,” Page 421, right? Do you have any thoughts of your own on the subject or were you just gonna plagiarize the whole book for me?”

Come on, man. tell me. Do you have any thoughts on your own? on any subject?

You don’t add value and you have the illusion that you ‘control’ things here. The classic case of ‘socialist-work-mentality’. Which era are you in man? industrial era ended quite sometime ago. I understand, you were quite busy to realize that. This is no longer an assemby line production thing. you cannot control and monitor the way you people did in the early industrial era. Hope the word culture rings some bell.

I suggest a little bit of mental expansion that a lot of people call ‘growing up’ can help you in coping with life. The times of controlling people never existed in this industry, sir. I don’t know whether you are aware of something called work ethics, but a lot of people I have seen have it here. If anyone asked any sane person here to describe the experience of working with you in two words, I bet my bile duct, it’ll be “extremely unpleasant”.

Frequent visits to Wren and Martin will definitely help, sir. But more than that, I’d love to suggest some books by John Dewey, but again that’d be expecting too much.

( a gam-gopal-varma-ish post, i know.)


Written by ectp

September 25, 2008 at 1:54 pm

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  1. I can take a guess on who this might be, it would be good if you can confirm it 🙂


    October 23, 2008 at 9:41 pm

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