Bizarre habits of 9 obsessive CEOs
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Well, I was going to jump on the bandwagon and talk about MY OCD'S and quirks, however, I'm out of M&M'S, (except the blue ones and I don't eat that color. They make me look like I ate a Smurf), I'm out of tissues, so it goes without saying...no supper tonight unless I use a plastic fork. That won't work because we have no white ones and I can't eat with black utinsels. I'm afraid the dye will rub off onto my teeth or worse, stain my toilet bowl when I use the bathroom. My banker just called, (I think it was him, couldn't find my gloves to wear to answer the phone), and said I've lost several dollars this quarter with my company. Hey, that's o.k. It's my company and I make it work. Now, I have received a letter from The Kennel Club saying my Mastiff can't be neutered, or it will become a "Misstiff."
I can't stand this insanity any longer, so I'm going to go outside and count the brick on my house and if my neighbor has more brick than I do, well, I'll take a few of his and add them to mine. That'll teach him to buy a bigger house!
I think people such as these CEO"S have a screw loose in thier internal makeup...someone once said, "be careful who you step on going up"..."YOU may have to pass them on the way down too"...to be that obsessed with the items or situations they are, is not normal...And it's true there are MUCH MORE INPORTANT topics in our present world than featuring CEO"S with disturbed natures...but each web site or company can explore whatever subjects they want ON THIER .com areas. AND...sometimes it's interesting to see/hear/read what the rest of the world has on it's mind .We don't have to agree with one another all the time, but "thoughts" are what bring people together, or keep them apart.."nuff said!"
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