“I like it the way it is.”

“What do you mean?”

“I like it the way it is.”

“What do you mean?”

“How can I make that any more blatantly obvious? It’s fine. Don’t do anything!”

“But you have a very large budget to complete this.”

“I’m well aware of that but look at it and tell me how it could be any better.”


“If you’re stumped, then you agree with me? Finally?”

“No. I mean….”

“What do you mean ‘no’?”

“No, I’m not stumped. I am just wondering whether you’ve thought this through.”

“I’ve thought about it. I live with it every day. You live with it every day. We all do. It is perfect as it is. Why would you want to go and mess that up?”

“I don’t. It’s just that….”

“I get it. You think that we have this stuff and we need to do something with it. Well, we don’t. That’s been the problem, don’t you think? We’re always trying, always doing more, and we always end up with less. So, let’s not and just leave it as is.”

“Should I load it all up and take it back?”

“Load it into what?”

“Where is it?”

“It left.”


“Does it matter?”

“I suppose not.”

“So, let’s go do something. We have all this and a whole bunch of time. Let’s go!”

“Okay. Sounds fine to me.”

It all stayed right where it was and none of it was used as everything was just perfect as it was.


Author: makingsenseofcomplications

I have an academic background in literature and, separately, science. My career has been in industry in positions of increasing responsibility assisting in the drug development process - one of the most amazing intellectual pursuits of the human mind, among many other amazing intellectual pursuits. I am interested in films, philosophy, history, art, music, science (obviously), literature (also obviously), some video gaming, human behavior, and many other topics. I wish there was more time in every day because we have a world that is full of amazing phenomena that are considered too superficially by too many. Although my first and last names are fictional, I think I believe in all of the stuff you read here, although I retain the right in perpetuity of changing my thoughts about anything written herein.

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