All's well that ends well

Funny story written by walter

Sunday, 30 January 2011

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A sieve is a tool of wire mesh used for separating small pieces from large ones, good vs. bad. Builders use a sieve to remove large/fine particles. Up to 1970s, in many parts of the world, personnel management, for recruiting, relied on sifting applications, CVs, tests etc, a procedure even esteemed by crime organizations.

With advent of 'ENIAC', 1946, as the first electronic data processing machine, the managers became familiar with the first computers. A quarter of century later, new equipment kept pouring in, while the grey-haired managers much lagged behind. Simultaneously due to fast calculations, a bunch of young college graduates from Harvard, Stanford, MIT etc came up with some dreadful ideas. Consequently, the senile oldies were rendered figureheads. The result was catapulting the world into chaos.

The oddity was based on the conflict between good and evil; they claimed that evil has never had a fair chance to prove its efficiency. To implement the hypothesis, some clandestine organizations, in 1970s, extended a helping hand. Therefore, the new CEOs unleashed their tools and incited the mobs. In brief, the former allies were ousted, only to be replaced by totally deranged evils belonging to the stone age era.

However, CEOs conditionally allowed the idiots to take over provided they would never allow employment of any so-called good individuals. The devils gladly complied.

Now, after 30 years, probably CEOs are witnessing the result: Total unprecedented chaos! Is it a precursor of One Rule One World? Particularly, when we see the establishment of a formidable proposed antiriot police which is manned by inhuman beings collected from ghettos, in childhood, and raised in secret compounds. Moreover, we observe a shameless delivery of the land resources to the devils' advocates, along with wide spread corruption, addiction, nepotism, inflation, poisonous food and water, total destruction of any industry etc.

Now, with regard to new overnight turmoils in Sudan, Yemen, Egypt, it seems, the devils' advocates are on another new move. Aren't CEOs after the transfer of cash and tons of gold to their corporations?

Whatever! There is one piece of irony looming here as heads of states are falling: the destiny of an imaginary first lady is as follows:

She looks in her 40s but attractively plump and well proportioned. Additionally, she is as hot as a burnt out candle: when it reaches its final flickering stage, when the last portion of the wick gets loose and submerges in the oil and when it emits so brightly as never before. Now, she, in her expensive slip underwear, is standing in front of a mirror in a guest house at a fort in exile. She remembers how she dominated the lavish parties she threw in the palace. Her husband, 20 years her senior and under constant stresses, is pathetically limp and senilely loathsome and due to medical complications, he may not take the blue pill. But she is burning with heat. Actually, she is capable of taking a 500-man battalion to the crest of Everest every night and descend still burning with desire. All's well that ends well

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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