Rule 635

Interpreters observe many things they should probably never say out loud:

For example, working for the government appears to be the fine art of jamming four hours worth of work into an eight hour day.

Author: uncledalesrules

These blogs (I have two) began as a series of sayings I use to teach interpreting workshops, and political diatribes on Facebook. They moved from Facebook to this blog site: 1. as a way to remove them from my head (cuts down on the noise in there); and, 2. to give a better home to both my "less serious and satire laden posts" and my "more serious and satire laden posts." I guess it's up to you to decide which is which.

One thought on “Rule 635”

  1. Whenever I go to an interpreting assignment and the deaf person doesn’t show up, and the hearing people apologize to me, I’m tempted to ask, “Do you realize you still have to pay?”

    But usually I don’t because that would be awkward.

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