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Ideas are not important where I work. What you hate about people unless they are there, who people are related to, who is sick, who is very sick, who is dying, who died, and that the family will receive visitors from 7 to 9 are what’s important.

So, today, when I expressed being upset about another organization treating our organization unfairly (unfairness: an idea), I got the following response from a coworker in a supervisory position:

“Are you on a diet?”

Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.

— Eleanor Roosevelt

(who, unfortunately, does not work with me)