"John Gabriel" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com... > On Monday, 7 July 2014 07:09:17 UTC+2, Casual Observer wrote: > >> >> Why are you not paid top dollar any more John? Why are you not still >> >> working in software enginering? Why did management decide not to >> >> retain your services? > >> Well in that case I would have thought that someone of your intelect >> would >> have started your own company by now. > > Intellect has 2 tees. What you think is irrelevant. > >> At the height of my career I was earning um well enough to be comfortable >> now. But I don't feel a need to tell that to anyone else. >> Why do you feel a need to tell the world that you were earning whatever >> you >> were earning? > > Because you brought up the topic! I don't feel any need even to respond > to you. :-) > >> My skills are still whatever they were and I don't see a need to tell the >> world what my skills were. Why do you? > > I am not you? And I don't give a fuck what you do or don't do. Does that > make sense to you now? Who set you up as a model to emulate? Tsk, tsk. You > are more dull than I thought. >
So you no longer work for anyone else because you couldn't handle doing work that someone else wanted you to do.
And you are not in a position to tell anyone else what to do because they would just laugh at your attitude.
So you are reduced to making a mess of a newsgroup where you can't be forced to leave. Because you have no other way to get attention.
How many previous jobs forced you to leave or fired you?