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Working At Home Isn't For Everybody By Dan Reinhold
There is no such thing as working at home.
Really. It doesn't exist. It's not possible. And who are you kidding anyway?
Says who?, you ask?? Just Everybody.
You know Everybody...as in "Everybody says..."
Everybody knows you watch game shows and soap operas all day.
Everybody's sure you can handle this errand. After all,what are you doing that's so important?
Everybody's so glad you're at home...would you watch little Daemon for a few hours?
Everybody gets a good laugh at this "work-at-home" thing, because Everybody will tell you that Everybody has to work for a living. By way, when are you getting a *real* job?)
Nosirree, no such thing...Instead, there's...Slavery-at-home.
Forget what they say about Lincoln. Who gets grocery list, picks up kids, drops off dry cleaning and prepares a sumptuous meal replete with exquisite delicacies, a breathtaking sensual delight?
Oh, okay...but who opens those cans???
And all at same time, you have those annoying, trivial "work-at-home" details...Scheduling appointments, meeting with clients (on and/or offline!), answering e-mails, processing orders, conducting marketing campaigns, toting barges, lifting bales...
No, my friend, this "work-at-home" fantasy is only a dream. How, in reality, can someone rise in morning and *not* jet off to a forced enclosure where you are carefully guarded and scrutinized by "bosses" and "superiors" who zealously hoard money you earn and pay a position (not you!) what they determine it to be worth.