It's a charitable act.
Do you get an uncontrollable urge just to fire someone -- anyone -- unless you drink, or are there people who actually should get fired,charity notwithstanding?
The deservedness of my reaction is a matter of some debate. It's closely related to my frequent urge to grab people and shake them until they become smarter.
Ah. That urge I understand perfectly.
Sadly, shaking-induced cranial trauma tends to be a counterproductive method of curing the dumb.
Depends on what your definition of 'cure' is, I suppose.
And the force with which you implement the shaking, I guess.
And of course, my mental image is of a baby in a paint mixer machine.
Hey, thanks. Now I have to explain to my coworkers why I burst out laughing. :(
You are just like, everywhere, aren't you?
Your userpic looks familiar, but I have no idea where I've seen you before.
I recall you holding a mug of something that was possibly rose- or graveyard- or memory-tea. No idea where.
Five bucks says it was theferrett's journal.
This is an aspect of reality that is constantly frustrating to me.
The res of the time you drink to make baby jesus cry?
"Daddy drinks because you cry."
And suggesting you have another: my best therapeutic intervention on the nights in question.
I don't remember if that falls under habit one or four.
What I love about a recession is that everything that sucks goes away.
Except American automobiles.
I wonder what everyone will say about quaint labor laws and wage equalization when the foundation disappears. Perhaps their easy dismissal will give everyone else a chance to fight for their own rights as individuals. Without healthcare. Good luck with that.
I have lived by this principle for years.
Though sometimes I fire people anyway. It's incredibly cathartic!
If you were doing it simply because it was a job requirement, that'd be expensable, but as a true act of charity, you get to claim the tax back too, right ?
I feel your pain... I should drink more. It would be the christian thing to do.
Didn't Jesus say, "drink of my blood, so that I am not forced to beat you to death with your own jawbone"?
I'm sure that that was often the unspoken subtext.
Thats where that whole "water into wine" came from.
I believe I'll be asking for an open bar policy at my own workplace.
Though- I don't even have that option. To drink, I mean.
Which is why I end up firing so many floor staff. Cause when you find stuff wrong.....well, I am middle management, after all. Evil middle management.