And he was getting a little philosophical about it, and he asked – I’m paraphrasing here – why haven’t things worked out for me?I’m hard-working, I’ve never missed a day of work until now, I’ve always given a hundred and ten percent.So I asked the obvious question: “What happened to your first four wives? I wish, I wish I wish, that Henry was an isolated case.
One I just grew tired of.” “You’ve beaten up all five of your wives? Last time I talked about these experiences, one of my commenters linked me to what was later described as the only Theodore Dalrymple piece anyone ever links to.
Most of the commenters saw a conservative guy trying to push an ideological point, and I guess that’s part of it.
” By even asking that question, you prove that you think of bosses as giant bags of money, rather than as individual human beings who are allowed to make their own choices.
No one “owes” you money just because you say you “work hard”, and by complaining about this you’re proving you’re not a hard worker at all.
I’ve seen a lot of Hard Workers (TM) like you, and scratch their entitled surface and you find someone who thinks just because they punched a time card once everyone needs to bow down and worship them.