Newspaper article The Daily Mercury (Mackay, Australia)

A Word to Those with Lots to Say

Newspaper article The Daily Mercury (Mackay, Australia)

A Word to Those with Lots to Say

Article excerpt

I'M feeling degradated.

Not degraded. Degradated.

After more than two years of being brutalised by the monstrous wordage of the State and Federal Government, the synergising between my core skills and my key performance indications have grown steadily non-core and thus the value adding in my work is beginning to travel not positively.

It is at the approximate commencement in this key hands-on and dynamically changing and challenging role that I should have not failed to announce my disdain for the dullest turns of phrase from the mind of men and women who starch their shirts and have minds parched of both joy and creation.

These phrases are knocked together to bamboozle everyone, they're designed to confuse, to mislead but mostly they win approval from the kings on high because they use the most effective weapon in deceptive communication.

Brain-hacking boredom.

They are so absolutely positively, splendiferously pointless and dull that you want to bang your head through walls because you just want to feel anything. …

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