Three Thing Friday

1.June 2018 – I have to wait till June 2018. That is a very long time to wait, and it is just unfair. That is just under four years from now; I don’t have that kind of patience. I want what I want, and I want it now!

I am, of course, talking about the release date for the next Godzilla movie. They just announced that the movie would begin filming after the Director gets done with his current obligations. His current obligation, of course, is one of the Disney Star Wars Movie spin offs. Now, while I do not know exactly what that film is, it may be a Yoda film or a Boba Fett movie, I am already impatient for him to finish it, and I am not even sure he started filing.

The production company also announced the kaiju that will be in the next film, but they haven’t announced the cast. I liked the new G film and I am already very excited about the next one.

2. Classic Batman – For the last few weeks I have been watching some old school Batman. And I do not mean the 1980’s movies that were released; I mean the 1960’s classic TV show, which will soon be released on Blu-ray. I remember watching this show as a kid, as reruns of course. But what I have forgotten over the years is how corny it really is. I admit, I am still entertained by it, but it really is corny.

And yes, I will be making this purchase when it comes out.

3. Halfisms – Yea, I know, not a word. But the word does describe how CECOM (Mostly the office I work in) is being run. Halfisms and a total lack of communication. And even what is communicated is usually conflicting information. For example, management says that they want the staff to take training to further their careers, except the training that they support locks you into their office. The training isn’t marketable. They send you to training that does not even help in your job. Acquisition Certification would be great for everyone in the office. Individuals who are level two certified are in high demand in the government, but they do not want anyone to get that certification because then employees may be more marketable.

It’s not like people are staying now. I am usually a pessimist, but the grass has to be greener on the other side. If it weren’t, wouldn’t people who did a rotation in other organization return? Of course this is when we had rotations, and rather than fix the problem, they fixed the symptom.

Tune in next week. Same Bat Time. Same Bat Channel.

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