Dear Friends, Anynomous Readers, and Trolls
I would like to discuss our outragiously wild imiganations. We here on DC like to listen to views out side of the commonly accepted normal news brodcasts from around the globe. And in doing so many of us get taken on wild adventures of the possibilities in our future. Often we scare ourselves into thinking things will change in big exciting ways and to our dissapointment they never do.
Today I would like to express the anology of a corprate buy out. Many of us have been working in a company when they get bought by another larger company and there are some changes. The company logo may be diffrent, the file system may have to be changed or up-dated, often times the upper management is replaced, but for the most part the work you do there is still the same. And if the change over is skillfully planned out enough, most of the employees hardly even notice.
I believe this is what is happening with our Country/Financial World. I believe the company called the US is getting new owners. And if everything goes off without a hitch most of the people living here will hardly even notice the diffrence. We, the ones who listen to alternitive media, are the privlaged few who get to gossip with the secretary that sits right outside the meeting room. Never do we get the exact details but we do get bits and peices and can put a few things together.
Think about it. When a company gets its managers replaced do they call the police in there to drag them out of there offices kicking and screaming? No. Are there frantic employees running from cubical to cubical collecting as many staplers and pens and post-it notes as possable? No. Are there any major changes to what the employees do on a daily basis? No.
What we do find when company's chang owners; new programs to learn, new file system management, new buisness cards, confused employees who are trying to adapt, one or two new faces, but generally work is still work.
I think we like to blow things out of proportion and then become dissapointed when they don't get as out of hand as we imagined.
Do I think we'll see major mass arests on fox news? Probably not. Do I think we'll see riots in the streets and empty store shelves? Probably not. I don't even think we'll see a company wide memo discussing how and why the old owners got replaced. I think this transition is going to go as smoothly as possable. We don't need to know all the details of all the merger, we simply need to continue doing the job we are here to do.