Richard@DecisionSkills wrote:Yes, it is normal. Statistics show roughly 70% of people report the do not enjoy what they do for work and I saw a report 2 days ago that 80% of the workforce is actively looking for a new job. That was from the CEO of Monster.com so make up your own mind. Still, it would seem your situation is common.
If you want to win the war on drugs ill tell you how to do it. You have to attack the source. It’s not attacking the growers and the suppliers, it’s the people who are responsible for making life so absolutely boring and dull and predictable that you have to ingest toxins into your system just to get away from that. The guys responsible for TGI Fridays and Ashton Kutchner and ‘The last comic standing’ and PT cruisers and 8 simple rules for raping my stepchild and Vin Diesel, and whoever made it so f***ing dull that you’re working five to enjoy two.
I love that blue-collar rhetoric. People that talk about prison like it’s a good thing. You know the guy, “These prisoners have it pretty good if you ask me: f***in three square meals brought to em, they got cable television. That sounds like a pretty good goddamn deal if you ask me.” That’s because you’re a f***in loser and you’ve never thought past cable TV and a frozen dinner as a life.
Maybe that’s what we should sentence prisoners to; your cruel and unusual lifestyle.
“For the egregious crime of assault and battery I sentence you to 15-25 years of a swing shift and the United Parcel Service.”
“No! Please your honour!”
“Don’t you be in contempt of my court son or I will give you two children with crooked teeth to boot.”