Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Your presence is felt in your absence, Part two

The clerk came to me and apologized for her prior performance when she pretended to be a victim of my computer sabotage.

Hell did not freeze over:  it was a fake apology.

"I have to apologize for my behavior the other day.  I didn't realize that you talked to other people and they told you what I said.  So I apologize."

Interpretation:  She is only "apologizing" because she was caught.

Next was the retraction:  the apology followed by "but."

"But messing with my computer is something that you would do.  And I know that one of these days, you are going to do it."

Why can't she just be fired?  She brings nothing but chaos and negativity to the environment.

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