[Noisebridge-discuss] ATTENTION EVERYBODY: GET A LIFE!

Christoph Maier cm.hardware.software.elsewhere at gmail.com
Fri Feb 25 17:45:59 UTC 2011

On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 10:28 AM, Patrick Keys <citizenkeys at gmail.com> wrote:
> The consideration's long been done.  You are preaching to the choir.
> I've long since determined that Noisebridge is broken and also I'm not a
> good fit.  The organizational culture at Noisebridge is just too much of
> a disorganized mess.
> It has
> almost been worth putting up with the broken-ness of Noisebridge to meet
> professional contacts, which occasionally does happen.  As somebody with
> a business degree, I would have also liked to have said that I
> contributed to somehow making the organization of Noisebridge a better
> experience.

Someone with a business degree sees noisebridge mainly as a disorganized mess,
comes up with <expletive deleted> like
and is "escorted out" without the traditional treatment
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[ http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Tar_and_feathers_1.gif ]
mostly because the equipment for it wasn't readily available
(but y'all really did as good a job as you could, given the lack of
tar, feathers, and a rail).

I must admit that this is the very reason why, for me, too,

"Noiserbidge remains the single most awesome place in the universe,
with the most amazing people there all the time." [VonGuard]

Christoph <- just returned home from my more or less regular dose of
reality distortion at noisebridge.
It always reminds me that UNALIENABLE (and therefore, unmanageable)
pursuit of happiness is not only desirable, but actually possible.

Business administration essentially reduces actual people to mere objects.
The recent administration of an MBA President of the United States
demonstrates the logical outcome of the MBA worldview.

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