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5 years ago 0 hugs4U 4027 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
I can now measure my IQ(irritability quotient) by laughting at myself, counting the petty things that bother me. Today it annoyed me as I "prepared" a response to someone's voicemail. Apparently there is a free program which sends people out to homes of frail seniors to help them with exercises. I was annoyed that someone might use the word "free" because I got a bank statement, and was annoyed at all the nickel & diming that institutions make. I even left a voicemail asking the co-ordinator to actually answer the questions I left. One pet peeve people have is people ignoring the content of a voicemail, and turning it into voicemail tag. As for the "free" remark, I don't like the word when used in a society where everything has a price, and especially when a government employee makes it, since they live in the world of entitlement. I need to get some exercise, chill out,...

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