A Bight of the Apple

You’ve got to love people already complaining about the new iPhones without even having them in hand as yet. If you don’t like them, don’t buy them. But don’t sit there whining that Apple hasn’t made its new product exactly as you’d like it.

People with this attitude allow it to pervade their lives. They don’t like the way the seats are set up in a concert, object to the rules about food on the beach, want the airlines to provide larger seats and cheaper fares.

There seems to be some mythical natural law that some people subscribe to, roughly stating that every grievance, discomfort, and preference they have merits the immediate attention of everyone else to rectify. That’s a long, frustrating, “victimised” life. And the rest of us are busy helping ourselves, adjusting, and making the best of things.

And that’s why Apple is so attractive to healthy people and the whiners are not.


2 thoughts on “A Bight of the Apple

  1. “…every grievance, discomfort, and preference they have merits the immediate attention of everyone else to rectify.”

    You mean like THIS post, and most of the posts on the blog?

    Do you have dementia?

    Do you not see you are doing EXACTLY what you are complaining about?! Consistently!!

    Are you going to delete this post too? Leave it up.. i dare ya.

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