22 July, 2012

A Hard Day At The Office...

One day while working in Manhattan I had a tumultuous day at the office. And the following is the result of my sentiments on that particular day.

I'm here to let everyone know that THE MAN still exist. It is a fact. I've seen him with my own two eyes. Remember when you were younger and your parents/grandparents told you to go to school so that you could get a good job and make lots and lots of money? That was the man speaking . Why or how could this happen you ask? Because They've been brainwashed by the man themselves--thats how. School was set up to treat us how to be subordinate and fall into a systematic way of thinking, only to keep you in the same frame of mind from your academic pursuits all the way through to your career. Think about it, back in the day when anything major went down, who did you report to? The PRINCIPLE. Only difference is, in the office, your principle is your BOSS. and if you ARE the boss, the boss is the GOVERNMENT. Guess what, you've been trapped by THE MAN. yup. It sucks to admit it but you've been tricked, bamboozled, led astray, run amuck. whatever u wanna call it----dude you've been PUNK'D. And i'm not on that black and white tangent, this is a whole nother level. this is US and THEM. I'm ready to start a revolution, who's with me?

1 comment:

  1. I’m with you! Perhaps the K-12 education system should adopt this school of thought as well. From the first day of kindergarten it is instilled in us that in order to be successful one must go to college. In order to go to college, one must make good grades and score high on the Scholastic Assessment Test. Sure this is all true, but is it completely true? Does holding the title of “Spelling Bee Champ” guarantee success or could it instill a false sense of hope for that individual. As the world’s population continues to grow exponentially resource scarcity grows in parallel. It is estimated that if gasoline consumption continues at the same rate reserves will be entirely depleted in 165 years. We’ll never see this in our life time, but our grandchildren will. It is imperative that the future be treated as the present. Emphasis must be placed on practical intelligence, creativity, and innovation to find better ways to use less, more efficiently. The elitist will only be the most creative individuals. If the world doesn’t change the current school of thought we will destroy ourselves, in pursuit of the “essentials”, before the resources are ever completely gone.