Abused Word of the Day: Interact

January 14, 2017

The workplace used to have bosses, who told their subordinates what to do. The subordinates did as they were told, because they liked to be gainfully employed. Today’s managers prefer to “interact” with their fellow employees. To “interact” is to act together, so one person can’t interact without another also interacting. It sounds democratic, but it’s pure mush. #MeToo should take note of all of this interacting and seek to extract it from the workplace. It’s a verbal assault we can do without.

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