2813. IT’S ALL RELATIVE


The purpose of money is your convenience. The purpose of a job is earning your money. Convenience makes appointments and job obligations easier to fulfill.

The clock enables you to schedule your life reliably and teach others to rely on you. By doing so, others make their lives easier and as reliable as you try to make yours.

The result of national wealth is prosperity at your level. Wealth builds as we become more productive creatures; that is, by increasing productivity, aka more output per individual in producing something of value to another. The more that personal schedules fail to provide convenience to others, the less convenient their schedules. The less convenient our schedules, the less productive we become, the less wealth grows, and the less prosperity is available and convenient in home and wallet.

OTOH, as productivity declines, wealth shrinks and causes prosperity to decline. It causes jobs to shrink in number and family budgets to shrink, which reduces the convenience available to couples. It’s another cost to our prosperity induced by Feminism and continued by women grown sloppy in their habits of making and sticking religiously to their own schedules and those of others. Who suffers the most from reduced prosperity? Women and children!

A female habit developed over the past few decades, gained new intensity from the pressures of social media. It now spreads as toxic fumes for business by the Millennial generation. Women have trouble departing whomever they are with at any given moment. As if magnetized, present associates rank higher than those to whom they’re obligated next in their schedule. Tardy for work or appointments is epidemic, and disrespect of others parallels it with equal intensity.

Gals can’t depart present-moment associates—connected by either face or phone—to keep appointments or get to work on time. In the name of children, family, health, accidents, and traffic, any disruption to the lives of others is deemed excusable. Alibis and excuses flourish, and women waste their imaginative talent for lies and distortions.

Being tardy or absent delivers disrespect for others; it inconveniences them to make things convenient for you. However you minimize or deny it, your inconsiderate disruption of their thoughts and schedules generates need for them to adjust, and it sponges them with your disrespect for whatever role they fill in your life.

Women expect tardiness or absence to be excused by good intentions for child care, stable alibis such as monthly period, and routine excuses such as traffic. Unrevealed is lost time deeply involved in social media, where the clock can and is likely disregarded.

Women think all is well, if they fully explain themselves. They expect to be forgiven for the disrespect they show those to whom they don’t show as scheduled. To avoid being called hypocrites, Womanhood sticks together. They don’t judge others who do the same things, and women expect someone else to pay the cost of the convenience they gain with tardiness or absence.

Consequently, the epidemic spreads contagiously because no one treats the disease. Personal convenience comes at the cost of others. It’s much easier for women than men to accept such undeserved gifts.

The bellwether of national wealth fades. IOW productivity declines and wealth shrinks. As wealth shrinks, prosperity declines. As prosperity declines, jobs shrink in number and family budgets shrink in convenience. It’s another cost to our prosperity induced by women and Feminism. Who suffers the most from reduced prosperity? Women and children.

Being tardy or absent delivers disrespect for others; it inconveniences them to make things convenient for you. However you minimize or deny it, your inconsiderate disruption of their thoughts and schedules generates need for them to adjust, and it sponges them with disrespect for whatever role they fill in your life.

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7 responses to “2813. IT’S ALL RELATIVE

  1. Miss Gina

    Yes, Sir Guy!

  2. aroundtheriverbend

    I agree Sir Guy.

    As an ‘early’ person myself, it is so frustrating when other people (often female) are always late and don’t apologise, or even think it’s a big deal that they’re late!

    Unfortunately the vast majority of people I know are ‘late’ people, which means I spend a great deal of my time waiting for other people. And then they’re surprised that I’m annoyed that they’re late.

    I’m a little confused about what you were saying about this epidemic often being due to social media though…do you mean that women are becoming consistently late because they’re spending too much time on social media or because social media is influencing them not to regard other people’s time as being important?

    Your Highness Aroundtheriverbend,

    Perhaps yes to the first half of your question.

    Definitely yes to the second half and especially to the disrespectful manner that inconsiderate adults—following the example of kids—dismiss others by ignoring their presence to pursue personal interests that now include global matters as Marxist radicals strategized decades ago. (More, perhaps, in a forthcoming article.)

    Guy

  3. Anonymous Wife

    I agree with the above and sometimes find myself the one being “inconvenienced”…especially by one coworker I have at work who is constantly late, inconveniencing others, making them do her work because she couldn’t get there on time or decided to take a “sick day” without telling anyone…”forgets” about work that she was supposed to do and somehow makes it seem like it was someone else in the organization’s fault that it didn’t get done. She isn’t an intentionally mean or bad person but this behavior drives a bunch of us crazy but no one is in a position where we can do anything about it. When confronted, she denies it or uses excuses and becomes emotional.

    She is in a “higher up” position so there isn’t much we can do within the system…

    I wish I new how to deal with it effectively.

    Your Highness Anonymous Wife,

    You say, “She isn’t an intentionally mean or bad person but … When confronted, she denies it or uses excuses and becomes emotional.”

    Those behaviors have recently grown as typical traits among employees. They turn fellow employees ‘ugly’. Younger employees are becoming more numerous and harder to work with.

    In short, it’s a growing trend; the workforce has for decades been getting more immature. You see it in teens even before they join the workforce.

    It’s only correctable with better parenting before puberty, but it’s too late to go there. I see no solution for your present situation.

    Guy

  4. Etu

    Sir Guy,

    Upon first meeting a man in person who you have talked to online for a long time and really like…where the expectation of meeting has built for a year…would you recommend a hug or a handshake and smile? Thanks so much!

    Your Highness Etu,
    Go slow, smile first, handshake second. Make him earn a hug, perhaps on departure if he deserves it.
    Guy

  5. I used to have a friend who was chronically late. I came to the conclusion she was late because of the need to feel important and have others wait on her. She had other passive aggressive tendencies like being overly apologetic for minor infractions. I concluded that her tardiness was due to the need for attention.

    As for Lady Etu’s question – follow the man’s lead always – if he offers a handshake take it, if he offers a hug do a quick pat.

    Your Highness Mary Wumths,

    Re Etu’s situation, I disagree. On first encounter don’t give him the lead. Make him earn it. Her surprise keeps him in line and willing to learn.

    If their first encounter surprises him, he’ll be more cautious, and not so quick to think that he’s always right.

    Guy

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