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With that said, I have *my* standards. I expect people to conform to them. And I am not right. I am not perfect. This is not about right and wrong. This is about consistency. Consistency can only come from a limited mind, like mine. I have a very limited mind! So I am perfect for the job, as with anyone else. It's not about what is best.If we used the best tool for every possible job, then people would use like 6 different products to make a website and the result would be an incoherent mess. It's never about making one thing best. It's about making everything harmonious with everything else.Oddly people don't seem to get that. It's like if I was a filmmaker and Arnold Schwarzenegger was replaced for Colin Farrel for the lead role, I'm requesting an entire rewrite of the screenplay! And people say I'm unreasonable but it's not like "GET TO DA CHOPPA!" works well with Colin Farrell as the lead, and just substituting him for Arnie without rewriting the bulk of the screenplay doesn't fit my quality standards.I'm not a business guy. I'm a quality guy. But my way aligns with customer satisfaction and customer loyalty. It's about maintaining quality standards. I don't think I'm unreasonable. I think everyone else is retarded.
That's a problem I have with the modern business model. I guess I'm old school in many ways. I'm a married guy. If I went about my personal life the way lots of business go about things today, I'd just fuck every girl I can and never call her back while she cries herself to sleep at night. That's retarded in my opinion, as well as unethical. Loyalty is important. Quality is important. You deliver and you keep on delivering. That's the way I like to do things. And I don't give a shit about what reads as "optimal" on some spreadsheet. People aren't numbers. People have feelings. And I go by that rule. So some people call me a 'perfectionist" because of that. And I call them genocidal sociopaths.