Wednesday, September 5, 2007

*sigh*

if you are having yet another conversation about the news at work - a pointless conversation because all that you offer is exaggerations and twisted bits and pieces of already one-sided news that you twist yet again for the sake of attention and gossip - and you happen to be talking about michael vick... again - and someone restates the facts saying that he is in trouble for dogfighting -

do not, i repeat, do not respond with something like "in China they do that with people" in front of your CHINESE BOSS who just got back from a 2 week vacation in CHINA and who has heard you make a number of the same type of comments.

people like you make me feel ignorant just for not leaving the room. if ever in any society they "did that with people" i would hope that they would pit (no pun intended) the idiots of the world against each other.

basically - if you are an inconsiderate, ignorant, oblivious moron and you have a thought - any thought really - just let it go.

3 comments:

Hawley said...

hahaha ohhh wow. see, I feel like if I were you, writing this blog, I probably would have been the one to make such a moronic statement. I have an uncanny ability to say things without thinking, often without even understanding.

Like "wam, bam, thank you ma'am" ... Didn't know that was about sex until I used it in an impromptu little speech before church goers. hah. wooooops.

I'm one of the idiots of the world :) I'd better get to training so I can defend myself when we have to fight each other.

Megan said...

well let's make a distinction here. using 'wham-bam-thank you ma'am' in a speech before church goers is just plain funny. especially because you were unaware of what you were doing.

if you unknowingly offend someone's delicate sensibilities - well they can just get over it.

i think you'd need to commit a much more serious offense to be considered an idiot - at least to the degree that you'd have to fight some other idiot ;)

Hawley said...

hahaha well thank you for ... that... umm... compliment? assurance? kindness?

hahaha.... my dad's always said that one of my best qualities is the ability to laugh - at myself.