Fux with the best, Die like the rest
- Oct 17, 2012
I tend to deal with people from the mechanical divisions. It's nothing woke, just lazy. One dude told me he would zip tie his wrist around a drive shaft and take naps under hummers. Evidently we push harder than they're used to and quit.I don't know what company/field/industry you work for, but rest assured it can kiss my ass. The entire problem most of you have been discussing is directly related to woketard/political correctness horeseshit in corporate America. Modern corporate America is scared of Veterans of my generation and older. We can see the problem and we can fix the problem, problem is the pussy snowflakes get butt hurt and go crying to HR. Every employment I've failed at was exactly this environment, every employment I succeeded at valued my ability to manage utilizing the skills and mental toughness developed and honed while serving in 2 branches of the military (not this woketard nonsense we've got now). As for those of you feeling like you're years behind your counterparts? I guarantee at age 19 I was leading more people in more varied circumstances than you ever had by age 30. You get back out of it what you put in to it, if it feels like a failure, then you failed yourself.