As the title suggests, I’m mega hella bored. There’s nothing to do and I sure as hell am not going to start any revision tonight. I was up at 7:50 for work today and pretty much since then my day has gone down hill. Firstly waking up at that ludicrous hour, and then working 4 hours with people I don’t like and most of them I think are idiots. I wouldn’t mind being told what to do if the person telling me what I had to do had an average IQ and actually respected me. The only reason you, Mr DipShit is in charge of me, is because I am actually going to higher education whereas you can afford to be there full time. It’s a basic flaw in the whole managerial system. The clever young people are there to work part time to earn some money on the side of their studies so can’t afford to become managers as they don’t have the time. The stupid people however don’t have any studies to do (or they did but fucked them up majorly) so therefore have to be full time and get given the Management spots. Basic flaws in the Managerial fundamentals at Somerfield. But hey, that’s Somerfield.
Writing this has reminded me of something which I had been thinking about, but reading the paper this morning got me to really think about it. I was looking at how the Water Company’s estimated profits for this month is over £1 billion. There is outrage by some people by arguing that how can they such profits and also up the costs. People are moaning that a profit organisation is making money but at the same time charging them more. Now sure, it might not be fair that a company is allowed to charge you more even though they are still making profits, but you can’t have it both ways. The same people bitching about this are also the same people that are pro-capitalism when it’s their profits being maxamised. These double standard bastards are well in favour of tax cuts to allow themselves to earn their own money and not give it to the state to help the “money grabbing scroungers”. But oh woe betide when they are the victims, if you can call them that.
Inflation and the house market depression is hitting everyone, even the big companies. To be completely honest, you should be happy that these kinds of companies (those who provide basic humitarian needs) are making profits. We’ve all seen what happens to a company when profits dry up (read: Northern Rock), something you don’t want to see happen to a company supplying water. No pun intended.
Rant over, you can all relax. I just wanted to add to this post that not a single person has even had a guess at who the character is. I admit it is a hard one, but c’mon guys, atleast try. I can give you a clue. It is he and is a bad guy. Good luck 😀