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16th May 2013, Money! That Do-Goody-Good Bullshit!

16th May 2013, Money! That Do-Goody-Good Bullshit!



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One part of a short series about money matters.

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Published by: JellyfishJoJo on May 16, 2013
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May 2013, Money! That Do-Goody-Good Bullshit!Blonde-bobbed Beak, the mayor of that pantomimic city under the rodof rule by King Rat, declared loudly how workers, presumably, are notat a peak of performance as might for all truly high achievers to be; anengine powered by steam from Victorian times are we, or a bravado if as spouted from us nothing but hot air. Lord Young, though less greennow than when once for his to have been attendant at the pump roomsof the Iron Lady, had intimated how too the lowness of wages can be a boost and a boon to all truly high achievers. If only to Burnley had theentrepreneur Dick Whittington walked from London, towards where afabled way went to end in everyman’s fame and fortune. Not towards Bournemouth, though. Leaving a job of eleven years, for having grown bored with the same old over and over, by my having ahead hunted once to shrink-wrap for a quick sale to another companyacting like a big piggy bank, I joined an agency to have them look for openings in the market. To them I was just a piece of meat from someindependent abattoir where I had worked sweating blood. The agencytook to hook several high class butchers on their books; one, who hadan industry of making high-flying devices to keep track of meats keptmoving from continent to continent, interviewed me twice.Technically I was capable enough for the job they offered. Asked howmuch a meat I might weigh in at, I said about 28 to 31 thousand lbs of  brain matter. The technical bit over now, I had to return again in order for their blunt business end to grill me over whatever gloss the pair of them had to say about what I later binned on the way to the station for 

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