BUGGER~!

BUGGER BUGGER BUGGER

and dammit, too.

HERE’S YA SNIPPET

from this morning’s New Zealand Herald (online)

“Technology is making people more relevant than ever to New Zealand businesses. We’re seeing CEOs put people at the centre of their growth plans, then plan technology needs around that.

“Technology is enabling younger people to bring their views to the table sooner. The younger generation are able to embrace changes in technologies quickly and use them effectively. That is essential for companies and gives younger people an opportunity to get them involved at a higher level sooner.”

SO WHAT

does this tell us?

pc

DON’T ASK ME

‘cos I’m just a dum ol’ dog out to graze, as irrelevant these days as any other

buitre16

great mind from the past.

WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO, SNOWFLAKE

or not … is ask yourself “What do all those words mean … for me?” (Me, here, of course being thee, not moi).

Even more better yet—if you have personal downlines (okay, kids) then you might just be tempted to have a rethink. And if you do go to the referenced article it uses a term I’d not met before: > STEM <

—which when I looked it up I discovered means ‘Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics’. Ouch.

I NOTICE, SNOWFLAKE

that there’s no mention (or even oblique reference) in that definition — of Safe Rooms, Minority Acceptance, Minority Group customs, religious tolerance, gender/sex, warm fuzzies, the moral right to parasitical usurpation etc etc ad nauseam. Why is that, do you think?

BUT STILL

they managed to fit in—right at the end of the article—a Snowflake term. Did you spot it? Only a Snowflake could make a virtue of simple good manners …

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… common decency, and uncommon sense.

To read article from source: CLICK HERE

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One thought on “BUGGER~!

  1. Just blitzed this—

    “Although the German economy remains strong, it is living off the success of its past. Its strength lies in its constant ability to improve products and technologies, to build the best cars and the best machines. For a long time, this has allowed it to conceal the fact that it lacks a fundamental trait: innovative strength, or the ability to create entirely new things, new technologies, new products and new business models.”

    —relevant? It’s from:

    http://www.spiegel.de/international/business/germany-tries-to-catch-up-with-startup-world-a-1140130.html#ref=nl-international

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