There is at least one Peoplesoft employee who is desperately looking for a new job after his employer was acquired by Oracle last week.
Comparing the the terrorist attacks of September 11 and December 13 (the day the acquisition was announced), David Sohigian, a technical solution consultant with Peoplesoft in Oregon, writes:
"There is a similarity between the two events: The shared nature of their impact. It is one thing to lose your job, or for a good friend to lose their job. It is another to have potentially hundreds of friends lose their jobs, or at least lose their company."
What Sohigian really says: the acquisition by the evil terrorist organisation called Oracle is worse than the terrorist attacks of September 11. On September some anonymous strangers might have died. This acquisition will cause hundreds of my friends to loose their jobs. Poor us.
Bring out the tissues and read his post. Maybe we should go to war over this. Let's invade North Korea.
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