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Author Topic: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?  (Read 20232 times)

Bear

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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #30 on: May 04, 2015, 01:16:04 am »

I have sometimes toyed with the idea of take an IT job with the State.
Problem is, I'm pretty sure having to deal with the bureaucracy would
drive me bat-shit-crazy.

I would need to learn the detachment of a zen buddhist monk to not
get wrapped around the axle by the stupidity.

On the other hand, working at Morder Inc as long as I have could be
good training. :/

Still not something I want to do, but it might give one an inside track....

Just thinking'

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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #31 on: May 01, 2016, 12:36:35 am »

I collect my military retirement and at age 50, I decided I had enough of the full time bull crap. That was seven years ago. I pick up part time gigs that suit me. When it no longer suits me, I move on. It has worked well for seven years. The spending money can run thin very quickly, but I wouldn't trade the peace of mind for any amount of money. When people ask what I do, I just grin and say "I'm retired" . It's amazing how many people will offer you a job when you don't want one.
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Re: Mole job with local gov - opportunity for monkeywrenching?
« Reply #32 on: May 09, 2016, 02:06:59 am »

Well, it can be rough when you surface, look at that clerk who refused to issues a gay marriage license..... not that government should be involved....
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