Work is my all time favorite thing to be bitter about. Why you might ask? The thing you most want to complain about is the thing that you have to do the most. Also, if you ever want to talk about it, you have to be sneaky, like when you are at home and you don’t want to think about it, or at work but you don’t have enough time to do it. Or, someone might be listening….Someone is always listening….So now that we are completely creeped out because someone is always listening…
Jobs are necessary for 90% of us. Even some billionaires like to do it for some reason, though technically they don’t have to. Believe it or not, I’ve heard through rumor and speculation that there are actually a small group of rebels out there that actually like to work and when they are asked to go home or on a vacation they get upset. I call this small group of people “weirdos”. Well, back in the 90’s, Dilbert was just a new comic strip that was floundering until one day I decided purchase a book of his. Dilbert, Dogbert and Scott Adams became heroes to me, because they infiltrated the workplace and exposed the dirty secrets of the workplace that really only I knew about at the time. Once people got wind of my purchase of the book, the Dilbert franchise became a best selling franchise and Scott Adams was encouraged to write many more books and collect many more dollars and cents. For this reason I chose to feature them in the 2nd Volume of the Ben Gardner Newsletter, seen below.
Stay tuned for the next horribly written and even worse graphiced Ben Gardner Newsletter Vol. 3. Hint: Tim the Toolman, and Uncle Ben.
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