How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

When we were children, we went to school, and a great deal of our education was spent on telling us how our government worked and how our economy worked, and how great this was, and how we should buy into the system.

Before we were able to legally make our own decisions, we were indoctinated into a system, we signed an unwritten contract.

And now, we look around, and discover that all of the promises that were made in that contract and discover that they were all empty. And we realize that we accetped this contract without a full understanding of the implications. And still, while it is government and society that has broken this contract, if we refuse to hold up our end, we are either expected to emmigrate, or go to prision.

And people wonder why I sound so pissed off sometimes.

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