Written by walter

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

o Because daddy at my age had strong conviction that he should not serve in the army of the faithless. Therefore, he became a draft dodger. Then, when time came, he took to the streets and shouted, "Down with the faithless." Later, he joined the forces that brought the faithless regime down. Upon victory, he hanged his former boss from the tallest tree in company yard, and sat at his desk, as the CEO of the soft drink company. Due to my father's later sacred sacrifices, he was promoted to CEO of the parent multi-billion dollar tax-exempt institute. Under the continuity and sustainability policy of the faithful, he relinquished his prior job, CEO of the soft drink company, in my favor. Of course, he had to wait 15 years so that I came of age. Now the announcer interrupted him:
o What is your plan for the continuity and sustainability of your job?
o Well, last week was my wedding party. Hope in 18 years I have enough successors. The announcer inquisitively asked:
o Is she of the faith?
o Looks like. Announcer:
o How?
o She believes that black cats bring bad luck; she never walks under a ladder. Now, the chief justice asked:
o Former regime never said they did not believe in black cats.
o True. But they were not genuine believers. Besides, they were naïve. They thought if they imitated Western-style governments, they would survive. They encouraged Western lifestyles such as taking a daily shower which we hate, or shaving their faces which we don't. Worst of all, they wore a tether round their neck!
o Daddy says the faithless women would not marry him when he proposed, because he was not considered handsome. Daddy vowed to take revenge. Daddy believed that the faithless women looked pretty because of make-ups. They smelled of cosmetics; not of sweat. When the faithless fell, daddy and his armed men would stop the married and single girls in the streets and would hand over a paper tissue to girls wearing lipstick to wipe it out. When they did so, their lips would bleed profusely, because in the paper tissue there were fine glass splinters. Daddy says he enjoyed watching the scene.
o The faithless encouraged Europeans business suits in public or private sectors. They gave tests to applicants and hired them on the basis of merit. They believed on seniority system. If they were still around, they would not have given me the CEO job. In short, they were assholes.

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