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

That last post was inspired by Sir Apropos of Nothing by Peter David. It's touted as a comedy. It certainly has its funny moments, and its absurd moments.

But there's a moment in the middle of the book, where it appears destiny has a plan, the lives of the characters are a story (ironic?), and it's about some, and the others are only supporting roles.

So the question becomes one of destiny- is it set, do you make it? I always consider it a moot question. I act as if it is something I create. If I'm right, more power to me (literally). If I'm wrong, then that's my destiny.

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