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"You pick the level of your suffering yourself."
- Gautama Buddha
Friday, Aug 19, 2005, 6:50 PMA little bird told us today that a clueless company is still trying to hit the fruitful tree. This is just one of the many birdies that have been helping us know the truth and spot the spots. It may come as a splinter to a normal, for-profit company's mind but we have gone through fires and burning coals; they can just take a number and go. We don't have to lift a finger to know the depth of an empty barrel. Talk about leverage? Mr. P Lim declared that their reach is far beyond where we can go. He sure knows how to trifle aliens. Going back in time, a certain Mr. AB was invited to a launch. He was so glad to be invited and even asked my permission if he can bring along Mr. P Lim with him. After attending the event, Mr. AB and Mr. P Lim were so overwhelmed to rub elbows with the people they just once read about. And so their ecstasy led them to open up a company for the sole purpose of getting in a realm that they know nothing about. Clueless. Story goes that the con experts went out to the field and convinced some people that they can take the place of, and do better than, the foundation. They can do anything but produce engineers and their reach went to as far as going to the green hills to sue the pirates if they don't collaborate with them. Through these tactics, Mr. P Lim became the infamous Mr. Clueless. He fired Mr. AB for not sustaining the act. Gurus tell us that he still is on the loose, trying to redo what Nebuchadnezzar did. Perseverance is a virtue that keeps the hadals going. More than two years have passed and alas! a single class has been conducted. I really am an eager-beaver to name names but it may just add points to the ungoogled company. We are not in the red; we have moved the immovable object. It is not easy to shackle a foundation. Splinters will just naturally be spat out of the system.