People vs. Data  

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3/23/2006 3:42 pm

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3/25/2006 7:08 pm

People vs. Data

I've been at work for 45 minutes. I don't feel like being here. I'd rather be home immersed in writing some deep, detailed, dirty erotica.

It's not that I don't like my job. I do. I'm a systems analyst. I deal with very finite things like programming code and data - things that don't argue, aren't moody and tempremental. I prefer my code and data to working with people. At least with them, I always know where I stand.

People, though. People are different.

I've been "online" for about 13 years now. Started way back with the AOL bastards, and proceeded up to high speed internet I've met so many wonderful people - some of which I've actually met and become close friends with offline - from all different walks of life, all different places. I'm involved in community for soap makers, candle makers, navy wives (well, some of us are ex navy wives lol), writing, BDSM, online gaming (mmorpg type), sensuality...the list goes on. And always, there are a few in the bunch who are just...ugh. Moody. Up and kind one day, down and spiteful the next. I do not like working with those kinds of people. I'm a girl who likes to know where my feet are planted, and how firmly So I like my data.

rm_hippy6663 65M

3/23/2006 4:26 pm

I know what you mean, I perfer to work nights at my job so I don't have to deal with ASSHOLES. My x-wife says I hate people and I tell her " I hate most People" but then you can't Love or Please everyone.

vrec_dawn 40M

3/25/2006 8:19 am

You should work with some of the code I deal with. Moody moody MOODY! Some of it's just evil stuff. I think I prefer the nice reasonably easy to understand complexities of people over that code. He he he. But my code is always nice and straight forward.

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