Tuesday, June 12, 2012
A Fishermen’s tail.
A fishermen invests in boat, a rod, and has an arsenal of lures in hopes of catching the big one.
Like the entrepreneur he sails his boat to wherever he feels the fish are biting, sets his lure and waits, gets a nibble and with skill sets the hook, then has a ton of fun reeling the suckers in.
He then gets the beggar slaves to kiss his ass by offering up small bits of fish. The slaves will do almost anything to be worthy in the eyes of the fishermen in hopes that he gives him a bigger piece of fish sometime in the future, while at the same time the fishermen is actively looking for a replacement slaves that will work harder for smaller portions of fish bits.
The beggar slave, be it the dock hand, the waiter, the teacher are generally unhappy with what they do, they try and convince themselves that it's ok, everyone else is in the same small boat, but they know something is wrong but can't put their finger on it. That would require critical thinking. Sucked dry in high school.
Beggar slaves long to take a shot at sailing in the sea, but have been talked out of it by other fearful beggars, what if you hit a storm, what if you catch no fish, what if, what if. The other beggars secretly hate fishermen, while longing to be one.
Now if everyone was a fishermen, who would shine shoes, wash the boat, or cook the fish.
Way back in time there was too many fishermen, and not enough beggars, so a few smart fishermen got together and invented school. The ultimate beggar making machine. The big plus is the beggar slave never gets this lesson and less competitors for the established Fishermen.
The dock hands now shine a boat with the latest technology better than ever, and the teachers will insure a constant large fresh stock of beggars slaves for the fishermen’s enjoyment.
To add insult to injury, the beggar pays for this obedience training with small bits of fish he's slaved over, that he borrowed and now needs to pay interest in more fish bits.
The beggars always complain about the fishermen, the banks, the Re-Agents, and hookers, but never even consider buying or building a boat.
Now in life we have teachers, anglers, and hookers.
Which one disserves our contempt. The entrepreneurs?
And a true beggar slave will despise anyone who tells this fishy tale.