Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Cause I am Smart

Sometimes I want to want to ask people why do you work there?
Why do I ask?
Why do I even tell you things?

Take where my daughter works.
I could run that kitchen better than the person in charge.
I do understand profit margins. But, I also understand how to run a kitchen.

Where my husband works, all payroll stuff is online.
Stubs, tax forms, benefit stuff to fill out.
A while back they got hacked and the website address changed so I could not access it.
All I wanted was to be able to get to it.
They just changed my password.
What the hell is that going to do?
They seem to think that all I need is the main page and it doesn't work that way.
Since that site is who they go through, shouldn't they know that?
So, I did a search and found the address myself.
I guess I should have just done that to begin with instead of figuring they knew what they were doing.

Two of my lady chicks turned out not to be ladies.
Yep, I gots me a couple roosters.
When I first told Honeyman, he asked me if I was sure.
The combs and wattles on them and none of the other eight would seem to be a sign.
Don't you think?
Now, we've got crowing action and the romancing of the pullets.

I may just be one of the smartest people on the planet.
You know what that means?

It means that I will never be in charge of anything.


  1. Might be a good thing not to be in charge, less stress that way.


    1. Betty, this is true. I am charge of paying the bills and it's no fun.

  2. Being in charge is a pain in the arse, but yeah, the dumb do rise up. May be easier to work for them though than try and get them to work for you.

    1. Pat, Maybe all these companies should quit warning labels for the stupid. Things might get sorted out quite easily.

  3. I think certain politicians (on both sides) prove time and time again that the dumb rise to the top :)

    1. Right you are, Optimistic Existentialist.

  4. The dumbest are always put in charge, aren't they? Then they get promoted for all of their smart employees' hard work. My wife learned that one the hard way. She quit because her boss was such an overbearing idiot that she dreaded going into work, and her boss was promoted even though he directly caused a $50,000 lawsuit to the company. Brilliant!


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