Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Chicago rules

I saw some Chicgoans’ disgusting ‘honesty’ or insinctive impulse, in my own eyes.  They would call it ‘checking’ anyways so let us do call it their checking reveals what exactly they are — “we are going to play it out for our own benefit”.  They do not hesitate to violate even their own principles for that purposes.  Let alone what they would call decency or humanity.  In general, they are uneducated, and do not expect people to care about humanity or individual differences.  

Just because they do not assume people to know anything, they do not explain their actions, even to themselves.  Typical ‘uneducated’ attitudes of those do not have the vocabulary of abstract concepts.  If we do not have common language, why should we even try to communicate?

“I know her people, and the way they think.”  But the fact is, you do not.  You just do not know their “city” indifference and pragmatism, which is not based upon ‘the satisfaction of others’.  People do tend to pity in funny things like others being different.  


“We check”?!

From over 10 m away, “Oh, my God” voice rang the room.  The intonation is not something you can put in words.  It is the most immediate imitation of those TV voice; the US is the nation where people watch the TV the longest in the world.  

If you hear closely what they say, you would know their vocabulary is somewhat limited.  Many of which are swear words, depicting their special interests in either relationship or brain works.  If you watch television, probably you would hear the original in more sophisticated manners.   

Their apologies would come as easily as their expressions of gratitude.  “We check” or “just testing” is the most common way to say they failed in their objectives.  Here in Chicago, you would hear another set of words; “you are good”.  Presumably, they are trying to outwit those they are talking to.   

How could it be so at work, where, as the President boasts, the employees are ‘the most efficient’?  Is this work place as bad as in the “do-nothing” Congress in Washington? They seem to pride in do the work not as their sole intention of their profession, but in doing it just fairly while doing all those mal-intentioned ‘testing’ at the same time. So “do-nothing worker” should not be their titles. It should be I would simply call them mean.