You know what pisses me off about people more than anything else:
Yes, the very deadly sin that I find so laudable in myself* is the one that I despise in others. For instance: I am currently trying to recruit a Lotus Notes programmer with XML and web services experience. Why do I get CVs for C++ programmers or Network Infrastructure Gurus (seriously)? It is because the lazy arsed recruitment tosspot can’t be bothered to read the CV before he sends me a copy. He just blanket emails everyone on his list with a copy of a totally unsuitable CV. It wouldn’t take that much effort and would be ultimately more efficient to create a simple database (even a spreadsheet) of potential clients and their requirements and then only email them with suitable candidates. Surely this isn’t a radical suggestion?
Recruitment consultants are going on the Human Cull list. Sorry Michelle.
Thanks for listening to my rant.
*Sloth is a virtue because it reduces the amount of work that is repeated for no good reason and makes everything more efficient. If you disagree then go back to washing clothes by hand in the nearest river or chopping firewood to cook dinner with.
What’s your favourite Deadly Sin? They are Pride | Greed | Lust | Sloth | Envy | Wrath | Gluttony in case you’ve forgotten.
Why do I even ask? You’re all going to choose lust aren’t you? Can you name the seven virtues without googling them? Any of them?