Written by walter

Tuesday, 17 February 2009

o The first obstacle they encountered was rivalry among themselves. In brief, they could not remain united. Their civil service employees preferred to go home and watch misleading movies like "Little House on the Prairie". Worst of all, some of them even went to nightclubs and discos. Ridiculous Western lifestyle!
o On the other hand, we the strict followers of the right faith, now would go direct from work to community bastions to praise the chief of the faithful and get acquainted with other members of the faith. "You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours". Plenty of food is served at the bastions. After midnight, we directly go home. Before sleeping, married men waken up their wives, you know what I mean. As to payments, members get a regular paycheck like other people issued by the account department, but in private we are given checks for extra expenses such as housing, medical expenses abroad, travel expenses to visit various grave yards, wedding ceremonies … Chief justice interrupted him, asking:
o Who paid for your wedding?
o I believe, daddy will submit the quadrupled bill to his warlord and it will be reimbursed. Now chief justice asked:
o Do you own a home?
o Practically, yes. However, daddy believes we should pretend we don't; therefore, the day after wedding, based on traditions, some family members must visit the newly-wed couple and offer some presents, shower. Daddy gave his home address instead of my home address, because among the visitors there might be some informers; therefore, he preferred pretending the newly-wed couple were homeless and had to be lodged at his house. Consequently, the chief warlord will pay for the house. Of course, he is very strict and demands a deed in my name; otherwise, I will not be eligible. Chief Justice asked:
o Do you have any formal education?
o Yes, I do.
o Could you, please, elaborate more.
o Bachelor's Degree. Master's Degree. And Doctoral Candidate to be finished soon. Announcer:
o You mean you earned all these degrees in just six years?
o Of course.
o And you were sitting at your desk as CEO all day long?
o As a matter of fact, I hate sitting at my desk; if I have to remain in the office, I usually walk across the room. I go to my office just to sign the letters, make phone call to friends or call some staff or managers on the carpet. I enjoy seeing the staff and workers at their place of work. They love me a lot. When I enter, all stand up, barely breathing. Chief justice:

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