Tuesday, June 14, 2005

"Partnership": one partner gets stuff, one partner gets screwed

Meeting will address visiting consulate
Community organizations are being urged to attend the next meeting of the Polk County Hispanic Advisory Council to learn more about an upcoming visit by the Mexican Consulate.

Verónica Pérez Colmenares, of the consulate office in Portland, will explain the Mobile Consulate and the Carrousel of Information program that travels throughout the state.

The partnership between Mexico and Oregon State agencies offers Mexican families in Oregon communities information about services that are available to them.

Which definition do you think is more appropriate?
part·ner·ship - A relationship between individuals or groups that is characterized by mutual cooperation and responsibility

par·a·site - One who habitually takes advantage of the generosity of others without making any useful return

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yo homey, y'alls gets cheap labor that us down in Texas needs to survives the economic slowdown. It bees important that we do so.

Allen said...

One partner gets stuff and the other gets stiffed!

¡Un socio obtiene el material y el otro obtiene stiffed!

Daniel said...

Neither one of you would make it through a job interview talking like that...

Anonymous said...

That ain't the point b-och. I ain't trying to get through a job interview.