|Who would have believed that this guy could create so much havoc|
I didn't really want to leave, but I could see the signs and they were not good. The management was definitely unhappy that I was there and the job became more and more miserable. Nobody believed that I was actually going to quit, but quit I did. And surprisingly I never regretted it for even one second.
But I didn't really quit. I only quit the part that was oppressing me. My interest in the subject matter never quit. But now I could do the blogging that I always wanted to do but could never do as an employee.
And because I didn't work there anymore I had time, time that I never had before. And then I found Twitter, and met some very interesting people there, one of whom is the very eccentric Lane Jensen. And Lane and I slowly developed a relationship. The relationship evolved like many other relationships I have with younger people. I became sort of a 'big brother' figure. I found I could handle his craziness, something not always easy to do. And I was there the day he got fired when his bus broke down. And I took that energy he had about that and put it too good use.
Little did I realize that Lane would end up destabilizing the entire bureaucracy of Trimet.
And I sat in amazement as he appeared on each and every TV news station.
And I'm still amazed that Lane Jensen has been able to have such a huge effect of this behemoth of an organization and the energy and work he puts into his blog.
It's quite an accomplishment and I never would have believed it if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes.
The fact that Lane Jensen, of all people, could create such chaos is astounding to me, truly astounding.
I thrive on Trimet intrigue, it thrills me like no movie or TV show can do.
Lane has been the star of the show since he showed up.