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Tom Wms.:

One more obstacle on the road to retirement.


Given this mornings 'job's report', John has stumbled upon "the NEW normal".


That thought crosses my mind in the shops that use OPEN/CLOSED flip signs. Sign says "OPEN," go in. Time to go, the sign says "CLOSED." Is the world closed forever, or am I just being detained here until the employees go home?

A little illustration of the inverse nature of zero tolerance policies as related to thought.



A little illustration of the inverse relationship between zero tolerance polices and thought.

Dr. Bob:

RE: zero tolerance policies.

I once told a highly paid education administrator that he should get a cut in pay for every zero-tolerance policy the school adopts.

I followed that up by telling him that we pay big dollars for his skill, knowledge, experience and judgement - none of which we need for everything that is zero-tolerance.

Zero-tolerance is just a method by which they can avoid accountability and responsibility.

Now, to the art - it reminds me how work demands prevent one from taking your vacation.

The second thing is how right now my company needs me to stay so the sign says section closed, but all they need to do is flip the sign around to read "Enter here please" and they'll be showing me the door.


Hey All,
Haven't been on in awhile. I'm in the throws of moving to Anchorage Alaska. That's right. It's been the works for awhile. My choice. Will reconnect this fall after I get settled.


John Cox:

Take care, Sounds exciting. Hope to hear from ya,


John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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