The Story of Steve Jobs - An Inspiration or a Cautionary Tale

Alejandro Tejada capellan2000 at
Tue Aug 14 13:35:37 EDT 2012

Chipp Walters wrote
> [snip]
> I was hired as a consultant at Apple and knew a bunch of
> employees, and most every one of them had a real entitlement
> issue-- so much so they thought they didn't have to do their
> work and hired folks like me to do it for them.

That sounds like the exact description of some government
office workers... at least where I live. :-((

Chipp Walters wrote
> As a consultant, you're not guaranteed a salary from month to
> month. (Of course, come to think of it, the same is true for
> employees these days-- with a net loss of over 300,000 jobs
> in America these past 3 years..

300,000 jobs lost! How many more websites like this would appear?

This sad statistic probably explains news like these:

"when Social Security, Medicare and unemployment benefits are included,
nearly half of the nation lived in a household that received a government
check, according to the analysis of third-quarter 2010 Census data done
by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, a libertarian-leaning
think tank. That's more than 148 million Americans."


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