How many times have you asked someone a question and received some convoluted, non-sensical, off-the-subject answer? Did you ever ask someone a question and get Lincoln's Gettysburg Address for an answer? Or just had someone answer your question with another question? Whatever happened to answering a "yes/no" question with a "yes" or "no" answer? I'm going out on a limb here, and based on my own direct experience --- I'm guessing this happens to you often. You
Yes, I Peter Wink, am probably as cynical as anyone gracing this wonderful planet Earth! And yes, I'm darn proud of it! It serves me well!
I believe little of what I hear from people as most people tend to exaggerate, get their information from unreliable sources, misinterpret what they've been told, OUTRIGHT LIE, say things to satisfy their own agenda, lie for others, or have limited to zero knowledge to speak on a certain subject. Not to mention, most of t
If there's one pet peeve I have it's this...
People Who Say They Will Do Things And Don't!
Sometime do an experiment. For one week, write down everything that people tell you they will do for you or themselves. Also, write down when it will supposedly be done. And don't leave anyone out...friends, spouse, family, co-workers, acquaintances, EVERYONE! Nobody is safe!
Then for the next 30 days, go back to your list and see what was really done. And then ca