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The Autobiography of Russell
Life from a different perspective
Paradoxes of life (or hypocrisy, however you want to look at it)
Why do people have certain things that they insist on doing or resist not doing, even if it's inefficient?

If a job asks what position(s) you want, why do they try to hire you for something else entirely?

Why ask one question when you want to know something else?

If you're told not to expect things one moment, why are you asked what you want the next? Don't you wish for/expect what you want?

Why do people think you have to have an opinion on everything, either for or against? Couldn't you not care either way, or just let everyone be as they are and do what you want for you?

Current Mood: annoyed annoyed
Current Music: "Eternal Flame" by Atomic Kitten

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iceraver From: iceraver Date: March 8th, 2005 01:56 am (UTC) (Link)
1) Because they don't like them? It's an opinion thing.

2) Because they don't have an opening where you want, but have another and think you might be qualified for it.

3) Because many people like to beat around the bush, rather than jump in.

4) Not always. I constantly expect to be dumped, but I don't want that.

5) Because most people DO have opinions one way or the other. They aren't fence-riders.
zimzat From: zimzat Date: March 8th, 2005 03:00 am (UTC) (Link)
Is there something wrong with riding the fence? It's what I do best.

*blink* Sorry you feel that way. I wish there was something I could do to alieviate that.
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