Tuesday, May 24, 2005

It must be downright hell at the top

The "business" world has to be some strange, parallel universe that can only thrive in a black hole. That is the only way I can think to describe the bizaare and inexplicable things that I witness on a daily basis.

I suppose I have my theories about it. Most of the people who thrive in this world seem to do so by stepping on other people. They think if they can't get ahead on their own merits, they can at least make themselves look better by soiling the reputation of another.

I understand that ethical success may be hard to achieve, but is the negative mark that some make for themselves really worth it?

I try to find comfort in karma. Will these soul sucking assholes eventually get what's coming to them? Can I really have faith in such an obscure and factless concept? I have no choice but to believe. What else can I do?


The Dummy said...

I think those people who have to step on others to get to the top basically sell their souls in exchange for something else. That's never a worthwhile trade.

So where if a person is in hell, where do they tell people to go if they're really mad at them?

Steph said...

I usually tell people to pound sand.