Some Saturday night humor

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LOL. I already know that song.
 
Next door down from the Departments Department.......
 
Hahahahaha! Wiggy, that reminds me a little bit of the time a friend told me that he "worked in the Department of Redundancy Department."
I believe I wrote this in one of those "throwaway" classes I had to take during my "6 Sigma/QC/QA" training way back when...
<Note:> I was born in '49.
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Dennis C. Wiggins
ENG101 ND
Prof. Glusman
January 21,1999

Procrastination

I waited until 3:30pm to write this, and may qualify as a procrastinator. I
find it very easy to involve myself in what I personally have an interest in, rather
than what needs to be done. Many phrases such as “Attention Deficit Disorder”,
“Hyperactive” and “Just plain lazy” come to mind.

The reason anyone does anything is when he or she believes it has value.

Reading, as an example, has value when it entertains or instructs. When
the interest or perceived value of the material is low, one falls asleep.

Procrastination forces one to choose material not by necessity, but by interest.
Interest is situational, and the immediate need is rarely chosen.

Ultimately the forces of reality take control and we all do what we have to to succeed.
At this point, we take interest and assign value to tasks knowing there is no way out.

Responsibility is procrastination’s greatest foe.

More on this later…

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I didn't document the grade I got on that :)
 
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I believe I wrote this in one of those "throwaway" classes I had to take during my "6 Sigma/QC/QA" training way back when...

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Dennis C. Wiggins
ENG101 ND
Prof. Glusman
January 21,1999

Procrastination

I waited until 3:30pm to write this, and may qualify as a procrastinator. I
find it very easy to involve myself in what I personally have an interest in, rather
than what needs to be done. Many phrases such as “Attention Deficit Disorder”,
“Hyperactive” and “Just plain lazy” come to mind.

The reason anyone does anything is when he or she believes it has value.

Reading, as an example, has value when it entertains or instructs. When
the interest or perceived value of the material is low, one falls asleep.

Procrastination forces one to choose material not by necessity, but by interest.
Interest is situational, and the immediate need is rarely chosen.

Ultimately the forces of reality take control and we all do what we have to to succeed.
At this point, we take interest and assign value to tasks knowing there is no way out.

Responsibility is procrastination’s greatest foe.

More on this later…

I didn't documet the grade I got on that :)
Hahahaha! Excellent, Wiggy!
 
I believe I wrote this in one of those "throwaway" classes I had to take during my "6 Sigma/QC/QA" training way back when...
<Note:> I was born in '49.
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Dennis C. Wiggins
ENG101 ND
Prof. Glusman
January 21,1999

Procrastination

I waited until 3:30pm to write this, and may qualify as a procrastinator. I
find it very easy to involve myself in what I personally have an interest in, rather
than what needs to be done. Many phrases such as “Attention Deficit Disorder”,
“Hyperactive” and “Just plain lazy” come to mind.

The reason anyone does anything is when he or she believes it has value.

Reading, as an example, has value when it entertains or instructs. When
the interest or perceived value of the material is low, one falls asleep.

Procrastination forces one to choose material not by necessity, but by interest.
Interest is situational, and the immediate need is rarely chosen.

Ultimately the forces of reality take control and we all do what we have to to succeed.
At this point, we take interest and assign value to tasks knowing there is no way out.

Responsibility is procrastination’s greatest foe.

More on this later…

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I didn't document the grade I got on that :)
Geez, it's like my whole life flashed by as I read this. [Squirrel! 😳]
 
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