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Reply to "Black Middle Class vs. American Middle Class"

CF...do me a favor and post my quote when you speak on my behalf..and all that bullschit you are saying this morning is obvious..black people have been moving forward and upward for years...but it is funny to watch blkCONS speak in a vainglorious manner then aid white racist right-wingers in decreasing black opportunity. The reality of it is that black people should never have gotten involved with any issue that adversely affect their own...so all the talk is just window dressing to me.....nothing substantial, nothing measurable and nothing that provides at least projections that equal the performance of past policies. I don't let people fuck me over systemtaically and then think they are going to gloss it over with pie-in-the-sky rhetoric. Again, keep my damn name out of your mouth unless you quote me....you are notorious for assigning people a dumbed-down mindset that you turn around and rebut yourself....it is a tired weak azz tactic that demonstrates a lack of credibility on your part. And yes, negroes who grin to advance usually lack the skills and educational level that many of us in here do....there is a thin line between having social skills and coonin....i witness it all the time in my travels and consider those types the true shame of the race (here's a good time to post that picture of frenchy from Full Metal Jacket). The only systematic way for us to expand the middle class is to reach new heights of educational attainment.....and it is VERY OBVIOUS who really has the best interest of black people in mind and who is full of shit.....it really is.

And as so far as management is concerned, conformity and performance levels can be embedded in systems with the use of workflow, enterprise resource planning (ERP) and other collaborative technologies. Hell I have been teaching in MBA programs online since 97 and have never seen a student in many cases...but if an entire degree program can be facilitated without personal contact, so can most other organizational functions....there are many items I have had to manage that I emulated the online classroom structure to help facilitate. People need to concentrate on their skill levels more than loyalty or fitting in with the company philosophy......I have been in environments where degreed engineers were treated like garbage and tossed out when no longer needed....previously they were the cornerstone of the organization. The days of loyalty are gone and azz kissing never got most people more than a couple of extra dollars and flunky status...the key is to diversify one's skillset in both the technical and managerial sectors....hence the advent of degree programs such as technology and telecommunications management...the same thing in one educational track that used to require degrees in both areas of study...i encourage all of my young students and older ones too...to position themselves as that person that bridge gaps in organizations...if you are a person that can convey technical capabilities to managerial personnel and managerial objectives to technical personnel.....you're not going to have to really sweat it as tough as those limited to knowledge in only one of those sectors.....and that is the role an educator must play in the higher realms of learning....a teacher first.....but one who teaches others to leverage their knowledge for competitive advantage also.......
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