dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

The halmark of evil: loving your job.

I've mentioned the fact that Elly works hard at something she hates doing. I've also mentioned she has company. After all, John detests dentistry, Mike couldn't stand running Portrait and dislikes being an author, Liz hates grading papers and dealing with students and Deanna would rather be anywhere than behind her pharmacist's counter. I should also think that car nut Anthony dreams futile dreams of being a NASCAR racer instead of the dreary life he has. Even April is not really immune. She, in the fullness of time, will be a dedicated veterinarian who loathes animals. Something twisted inside of Lynn thinks that to be a good person, you have to hate what you do but burn yourself into the ground doing it. As proof of this, she gives us Dr. Ted, Warren and Evil Therese. John's crazy, sicky buddy is enthusiastic about his job, can't wait to get to work in the morning and hates to leave in the evening. Ted is such a deviant, he doesn't regret a moment. At least he's not as bad as Warren and Therese. They quit doing something they hated. That's because in Lynn's eyes, they're weak. Strong people keep plugging away at things they don't want to do.
Tags: amazonian catfish tinfoil hat, one big oblivious family

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