Monday, November 28, 2016

And I wonder why?

I saw this little gem in the paper yesterday, which was a wonderful explanation of why you apparently don't want to live in San Remo at the moment.

Of the entire read, this individual stuck out:

"Teneal.... blames high unemployment and a lack of opportunities for most of the area’s problems."

Really, my dear?  You don't think that your lack of presentation, personal grooming standards, or I'm-never-getting-a-job-but-I'm-an-individual tattoos might have something to do with it?

“I’ve wanted to find work my whole life. Finding work is the hardest. There’s nothing really around here.”

If you want to find work there is work.  That involves getting up every morning, getting to work on time every day, and being productive all the time.  From the look of you, you'd be lucky to crawl out of the flophouse before the crack of 2pm, and then only because you're looking for an ice hit.

"Teneal dreamt of becoming a midwife, but an assault conviction she received ended that. Now she has her sights set on becoming a veterinarian, if only she could see a way out of her current situation."

I think you'd be well advised to set your aspirations and life goals to something a little more realistic than professional medicine, just myself.  Years of full time study and dedication just isn't what I see there, sorry.  I'm not sure I even see "would you like fries with that" to be honest, because speaking as a former fast food restaurant manager I wouldn't have you near the place.

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