Xkcd dating formula
But do your managers a favor: If this is how you look at them, by all means go work for someone whose college coursework 20 years ago meets with your approval.Graph of the Half-age-plus-seven rule ("never date anyone under half your age plus 7"), which claims to dictate what age disparity between two people is acceptable in dating/romantic/intimate relationships during the late 20th century / early 21st century (called the "Standard creepiness rule" in the xkcd webcomic).Tentative diagnosis: we're in a deviant time-line, careering towards a catastrophe.But the time-line we branched off between last June and November held all the seeds of our current doom and we'd have ended up here sooner or later.I’d assume that they were promoted because they were, you know, You have a fundamental misunderstanding of how the work world works, what it values, and what qualifies you to hold a senior position. You asked, “How can a huge organization with a complex financial and billing system be run by people with no education, or education that doesn’t pertain to the job?Some of the people who are best at their jobs started at the bottom and worked their way up. ” The answer is that they have plenty of education; it comes from that 20 years of work experience.
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Against such news headlines I don't much feel like prognosticating about the near future right now.
I'd like to be able to take comfort by speculating about how things might have turned out differently in another time-line, but that's not so good either.
(What doesn't happen is Clinton going after Iran: she was part of the team that brokered the deal.
It's probably too early for a presidential visit and a formal apology for Operation AJAX, at least unless she makes it into a second term, but at least that particular pot would be off the boil.) And the neo-Nazis would still be rebranding themselves as the alt-right and getting their fangs into pop culture via social media and the Republican party via Breitbart Media and Fox.
I really don't feel like kvetching about politics, either the ongoing UK-specific slow-motion train wreck that is Brexit, or the equally bizarre theatre of the absurd and evil that is the current incumbent of the White House.