Saturday, June 24, 2006

Honesty is the best you agree?

Hi viewers,
As Billy Joel sang back in 1980s, honesty is such a lonely word, I found that it was almost applicable to my circumstances such as having job interviews which were quite a lot recently.

Actually, um…I’m looking for a new job at the moment, after becoming jobless, and am forced to spend hard times, because of many tricky questions showers upon me from interviewers. Also those questions are so unrelenting which is pretty hard to get by as well. They turn out to be completely fiasco after all.

I of course tend to play the game whenever I am asked, but somehow it leads to misunderstand, finally they judge me as an unwanted person.

I discovered that being honest is not always good enough, sometimes playing the devil’s advocate really fits in to pass such job interviews.
I wonder if I pulled some strings, and of course it’s pretty much easier to come by.

But then again, honesty is my best policy…it’s really hard to change my thoughts. I know I’m kind of clumsy, but I need to be dishonest sometimes, in terms of getting a good job. In this society, I don’t agree with the term being said like honest is the best policy, maybe you should take advantage of being unusual from what you are.

To the contrary, such corruptions like embezzlement conducted by low makers or government officials can relate to the fact that they are voraciously honest enough to become riches.
But they are totally dishonest in terms of what the true politics are. As you know, they tend to be honest all the while, but it’s little more than a ploy to attract more people by casting their goodness in the guise of sobriety.

So which is your better bet, honesty or dishonesty?
Ok, talk to you later!


Thursday, June 15, 2006

It's just an absurdity...what do you think?

Hi viewers,
To be honest...given my current unstable condition, I found myself in a quandary over whether to do whatever work is necessary to expedite my job hunting, or to seek a decent job as to settle in for the better future. All I can say know I'll keep up with learning English or anything else, like Thai as my second and third language, even the worst comes to worst, and no matter how the situation changes, with the exemption of my sudden passing, I'm sure my determination shall not waver so easily.

Is it absurd of me to think that I'm not a daydreamer, only cheesed of remaining at the same place, just like seeking political asylum in some other nations...? Well, it's just a joke. Yet I believe whether my thoughts are hackneyed, or they are not figments of my imagination at all, even some people might be flabbergasted at them.

Oh…by the way, the English proficiency test what I was supposed to take was taken place last Sunday, and it turned out be completely debacle due to my lack of capability to succeed it.
It is said that a threshold of succeeding the test denotes at least 10,000 words and idioms, and it should be prerequisite as well when you go outside the country and wade through a lot of information and do whatever you want to, including business and so on.
Still, it sounds to me a formidable task being measured up to that level, whereas I’ll try to gear my ass and cram a lot of words, whenever I come off duty.

As for the job, well I’m kind of optimistic, so eventually I believe it gets me somewhere.
But then again, to me, it’s little more than a ploy to turn things around, and of course you’ve got to walk before run. I should think twice as to rally my circumstances as well, in order not to fall for their silly schemes, like some of the remainders of my current work place dissuade me from leaving. As it turned out, I cannot work on 2 things simultaneously after all. Only what I can do is something more dominant that lies right in front of me, so I’ll try to hit the books once again from scratch until at the last minute before starting anything else.

Ok, talk to you later.