I think I may have precognitive abilities...meaning, I think I can see into the future.
Uh...not really. I guess I just saw it coming. You can't really call that "precognition" can you? But, then again...I did sort of feel it like a chill in the air...so, wouldn't that be called a "precognition"? Would that make me...*gasp*...psychic?!
Hahaha, I don't really think so but I did saw it coming and, even so, it still pisses me off.
I know some of you are thinking (okay, maybe all of you are thinking): "Yo! What the hell are you talking about Evanescent Shinigami?"
The answer is: "The witch from work".
Yeah. Her. The vain of my existence. The anti-creativity being from hell that is hell bent on destroying me. Yeah, that witch.
I knew that I would be receiving an e-mail from her but I was hoping that it was a helpful e-mail. Unfortunately for me, no such luck. Nada. Zippo. What I got instead is a barrage of question that does nothing to help boost productivity...plus a few more dozes of shitty and bitchy arguments.
Here's the deal. Never ever ask an artist to change how he (or, in my case, she) does her work. Never ever ask an artist to change the tools he (or she) is using. Because that is so wrong! It's like asking a writer to not use a pen, paper, or a computer to write his (or her) stories and instead use a stick and the ground. It's like asking a sculptor to sculpt statues without using what he (or she) has been using for...well, for forever and where in he knows the ways. Never ever ask to change our techniques, tools, or whatever especially if you are not knowledgeable in the field. Seriously! Dammit!
So, yeah...the rants are back and I am as furious as ever.
Do you think I have a problem with authority? I don't like to think so. After all, this isn't my first job. I have no problems with the authorities from my previous job...I left that job because it made my brain all mushy and since it didn't grant me a chance to grow in my field. I was just an encoder then...and I think it's safe to say that that is a job that isn't suited for me. I'm more of the creative-I-wanna-be-free-to-do-my-thing-and-show-the-world-my-talent-and-not-just-sit-in-a-cubicle-typing-numbers-and-accounts-type.
You may be wondering, then, why I am posting all of this here instead of talking it over with her. The answer is simple. It's because she doesn't listen! It's like her mind is closed off from any suggestion that would come from other people...even from our own boss (the head of our department). I know, it sucks to work in this department...
Well, that's all the frustration I have right this moment that I am back in the office. This is the Evanescent Shinigami signing out!