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Opinion / Religion - November 28, 2022
View From The Hills: Oh, Boo Hoo Hoo
“LIFE IS A LONG LESSON IN HUMILITY.” James M. Barrie
Oh how sad! A big meanie has bought Twitter out and has the audacious
expectation that those who work there should be an asset and contribute
to the profit of the company and stockholders. Don’t ya just want to cry
and tell them there there, let’s get your blankee and a bottle and curl
up in a corner and cry and pout. What a tragedy that they should
actually earn their paycheck. After all that degree in women’s studies
and electronic gaming is not going to get you hired to another company.
Why are these little snivelers able to tell others how their lives
should be spent?
By Roger Ringer
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