Oh no, Psycho, Don't Rock That Boat!!!

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    Oh no, Psycho, Don't Rock That Boat!!!!!!!!!

    I've heard that a lot in my time here on the planet Earth. But it's my nature, I can't and don't apologize for that. As I was promised as just a child and a grade school kid, my ideas and perceptions and contributions and understanding of task assignment are important and can't or shouldn't be held against me. I've lived my life believing that.

    I could go on and on about faulty corporate mindset and philosphy or good ol' boy favoritism and business tactics but for now I won't. I just think it's time that I said out loud, or at least in this cyber environment, that although I don't particularly relish "boat-rocking" but that I've seen much more good come from diverse and comprehensive issue examination and decision making than could ever be achieved within the "Don't Rock The Boat" crowd.

    I dunno? Maybe I'm just Psycho?
     
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    Yes rocking the boat=destroying people's lies they tell themselves.
     
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    Exactly, dmp!!!!! Maybe it's mindset's like you have but can't imagine that offend me so, can you dig it?
     
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    That's been suggested, MtnBiker, and for a while I tried it. I'm still a rebel but with a cause, but maybe you don't dig that.
     
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    My shovel broke, it was getting piled to high.
     
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    Maybe we can communicate, MtnBiker. Shovels are generally rated at 60% of their actual capacity. They don't generally break due to overloading but due to improper storage, handling or longevity expectation. What are you trying to say here, MtnBiker?
     
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    Oh great, now my boat sprung a leak.
     
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    I once got so stoned that I thought I was rocking on a boat. In reality I was just watching re-runs of Our Gang. Don't drink the milk. Why? It's spoiled!
     

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