I started this thread really relating to what bighead was saying, but then he predictably refused to even consider the legitimately good advice Justin offered and I lost interest.
Working a shitty job you don't care about is pretty terrible after a while. But if you can't or won't aspire to better then temporarily doing something worse really is tremendously good advice. Everyone should work a truly awful job early in their life to put things in a better perspective and do it again if the lesson fades with time. Not to build character or anything like that but because it honestly makes you happier.
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Sorry you and your husband were not treated fairly.
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Work of any kind aleniates man from his essence, and enslaves him.
Last edited by Duskygrin; 11-26-2012 at 11:43 AM.
I beseech you to look up the Cave Man Theory. It states that work is part of humankind, dating back to the Stone Age. It also states that humans can find pleasure in work, finished or unfinished. Man's essence is in work.
And humans are the only species ON EARTH that bitch about work.
Quand ils ont dis "Vous vous asseyez," je me suis levé.
As a footnote, I would add that pleasure is immaterial. Man may very well find pleasure in pain.