Is it really in the name of science or is it to support our "democratic" ideals of consumerism... Hmmmm. I've figured it out that at $3.95/month I've ended up saving about $500.40 (including the purchase price, but not including electricity) by not purchasing Voice Messaging for my land line. Sure I have to hit my message machine to hear the messages, but for $500 and growing I'll take it!
What I think I'm trying to say is that sometimes when something is old and worn we are almost forced to replace it with the latest and greatest. But is the newer version necessarily better? Or even wiser?
I guess the same goes for jobs, friends, and whatever might else be. That's really sad we live in a world that when you are through with something you simply replace it and don't really think about it, or even why it was replaced, again...
On a brighter note - I'm going to spend the day meeting my new team, directors and even a potential client. Hmmm. I wonder if they heard about my work ethic since I was not originally pinned to start unitl the 9th, and that's been moved to the 5th and I'm going in tomorrow... That's okay. I'm bored, hence writing obscure blogs.
And don't worry - I don't replace my friends with new ones. (Heck I still have my old answering machine, hand vac and printer...) I just keep adding to the crazy compilation already formed :) And for those that think they can juxtapose me and find someone similar? - GOOD FREAKIN LUCK!