I read this beauty yesterday:
Suffolk County Council has stopped using traditional signs warning drivers ‘Cat’s eyes removed,’ after fears that real cats may have been killed to manufacture these reflective road safety measures.
Ipswich resident Rebecca Brewer was reported as saying: “I have a five-year-old daughter who was very upset the first time she saw the sign — she really thought cruel people were torturing cats.”
Turns out I’ve been right all along…
The general public really should be avoided at all costs.
Good help you, me, and the other smart ambitious men of this tribe that have to deal with dickhead behaviour like this on a daily basis and in exchange for money.
… Because I don’t know what it’s like for you, but from what I’m seeing the general state of intelligence is getting worse, not better.
Seems like there’s never been a greater call for a new hit TV show:
“The Great British Flake Off…”
A sixty-minute expose on time-sucking leeches and their dickhead demands.
The judging criteria?
1) Do they ask stupid questions…
2) Do they have unrealistic expectations…
3) Do they haggle on price…
In fact, the very same criteria that should be used by any self-made man of value to evaluate all prospects, all proposals and all patrons.
After-all is life’s too short.
… And those that fail to cut the mustard should be considered a pain in the arse and removed from your business with speed and at full force.
Because in my experience if you give these kinds of folks an inch they’ll take a mile…
It’s why for me, and in any business, I’ll always deploy a strict process for customer control.
A system where the poor, the time-intensive and the annoying are weeded out for the benefit of the high paying, fun to work with and profitable.
I find it’s best for all involved.
Anyway enough on that.
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