Every now and then, on occasion, I'll take the opportunity once and a while to point out examples of incidences which occur that indicate the demonstrations observed of recurring redundancies that people repeatedly perform over again. I call it "reduntantly beating a dead horse to death over and over again and again ad nauseum ad infinitum..."
Well, a tip o' the cap to Bruce from Bushtitdotcom for emailing an item in keeping with the spirit of redundance that I would like to share after letting it be known that Bruce from Bushtitdotcom emailed it to me so I could share it because it is in keeping with the spirit of redundancy which I will occasionally, once and a while, take the opportunity now and then to point out some incidental examples indicating the occurrence of repeated demonstrations as examples of people's redundancies that they do over and over redundantly, and it's all thanks to Bruce from Bushtitdotcom's timely email about it which he emailed to me via email, so props to him.
So without further ado, I will now share the content of the email that was emailed to me satirically illustrating the frustratingly aggravating redundancies repeatedly demonstrated on a recurring basis by a certain state, local or federal governmink:
(Following the dashed line of dashes that follows is the content of the email emailed to me by Bruce from Bushtitdotcom about...
OW! Ok, enough already.
Tribal wisdom of the Dakota Indians says, "When you discover you're riding a dead horse, the best strategy is to dismount."
However, in government more advanced strategies are often employed, such as:
- 1. Buying a stronger whip.
- 2. Changing riders.
- 3. Appointing a committee to study the horse.
- 4.Visiting other cultures to observe how they ride horses.
- 5. Lowering the standards so that dead horses can be included.
- 6. Reclassifying the dead horse as, "living impaired."
- 7. Hiring an outside contractor to ride the horse.
- 8. Harnessing several dead horses together to increase speed.
- 9. Providing additional training to the dead horse.
- 10. Commissioning a productivity study to see if lighter riders might increase the dead horses performance.
- 11. Declaring that the dead horse is more efficient because it does not require food.
- 12. Rewriting the performance specs for all horses.
- 13. Promoting the dead horse to a supervisory position
And special thanks go to Bruce from Bushtitdotcom for emailing the very funny email that is, as you can see, not only hilarious, but suitable for emailing to your local, state or federal governmink representative as a funny email pointing out the futility of governminkal redundancies that they repeatedly do over and over again on a recurring basis.