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I received a letter today from the ANPE (Agence National Pour l'Emploi - sort of like the Jobcentre). It was advising me of my rendez-vous and test with the ADECCO (no idea what that means, but notice they put too many 'C's in it!) on the 2nd.
Letter dated the 1st, envelope postmarked 2nd, arrived here on the 4th. Sometimes you can only shrug and say "Shit happens", because there is no other explanation that makes sense.
Today's word is incompetent (in-com-peh-tent). This means bumbling, inept, and as a certain politician said "not fit for purpose".
The Dilbert books demonstrated the art of incompetence. I have a sneaking suspicion that many of you will consider your boss to be incompetent, unless you are self-employed, in which case you can only blame yourself (that's the downside to self-employment).
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