Hello. How are you?
I’m having serious writer’s block. I’ve sat down to write pieces about the current global condition. I’ve sat down to write anecdotal pieces about the nitwits I work with. I pull up my dashboard, click on the New Post button then start, only to stop and think…”Geez man…you’ve already written about this.”
That’s my problem right now. I’m daily, confronted with issues that I’ve already written about. People who are morphing and slumming through life. Not only are they bad at doing things for themselves, but their typical courses of action make life worse for others around them.
It stems from not knowing things or caring to know things. For example: I carpool in the mornings. There is a mental midget who typically gets to the car early to sit in the front seat. Apparently you’re better than everyone else when you’re sitting shotty. When you have 6 people in this SUV and it’s 46 degrees outside there isn’t a need to have the heat up near 86 degrees. People put jackets on to wait for the car. Then when you get into the vehicle and it’s 40 degrees hotter…it boggles my mind how moronic people are. So, this half-wit, upon being requested to “turn the heat down” turns the fan down. So there is still 86 degree circulating around the vehicle, just at a slower speed.
“Turn the HEAT down, not the FAN down!”
His response to that is to fumble with the controls then turn the whole system off.
I don’t know how these people have jobs, are allowed to interact with people, I don’t understand how they operate. They are legitimate morons.
That’s my rant. You’ll never get this time back. I’m sorry.
I guess the take away is: don’t be a moron. Realize, your ineptitude may impact someone’s day adversely and depending on how they handle your stupidity first thing in the morning; read: don’t handle it, you may find yourself verbally berated in front of everyone in the car. Which will not only be embarrassing, but you will now be sharing the crappy start to the day you so graciously bestowed on your car-mates.