Friday, November 28, 2008

The Hearing

You may be interested to know--or you may not care--that Fred has avoided being sacked at his hearing this morning and comes through the experience much more aware of the possible pitfalls of speaking his mind too plainly on the internet. I say "aware", obviously, and not "disinclined to continue". But there are ways, boys, there are ways. He's also going to be much more careful about who he trusts in future. Fred is quite naive, in some ways (why is Fred writing about himself in the third person?). Fred had no idea that somebody he thought was his friend had been talking to those who wished to do him harm. But such is life. There have been so many people this week who've been supportive he couldn't possibly lose faith; in fact, he may have a bit more, if that doesn't contradict the statement about mistrust. And even if it does.


All This Trouble... said...

Fred, Fred, He's our man, if he can't do it, no one can!
Gooooooooooooooooooo, Fred!

I have a bit of a persecution complex AND even when that is under wraps, I have a healthy dose of paranoia. It has served me well in the workplace and in life in general. It DOES have it's downfalls but the people I know I can trust, however few, I KNOW I can trust.

See? Learning experiences are everywhere.

Also, it just dawned on me yesterday that the whole world doesn't celebrate Thanksgiving. Sometimes, I'm so dense...

Fred Abbey said...

The turkeys definitely don't celebrate (ho ho ho). But that is a boorish way to respond to you and I unreservedly withdraw the remark!

All This Trouble... said...

You know, Fred, many of us have established an anti-turkey dinner for thanksgiving. Be it pizza or a pasta dish...the purpose is to express your thankfulness and that doesn't necessarily mean killing turkeys.

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