Retiring E-9 shocked to discover private sector has no seats at table for abrasive, stupid people who stay around for long enough
CAMP COURTNEY, Okinawa — Retiring Headquarters Battalion Sgt. Maj. Joe Perkins expressed outrage and disgust on the hallowed literary digest LinkedIn over the lack of high-pay, high-power jobs available for veterans with no discernible skills aside from interrupting loudly and expressing themselves incoherently, sources confirmed today.
Perkins elaborated to reporters on the lack for opportunity for "real hard chargers" as he plans to transition to life in the civilian world.
"It’s just plain dumb," he barked in a raspy voice scarred by decades of smoking Marlboro reds, his overly aggressive high-and-tight sitting atop a beet-red face. "Can you honestly look me in the eye and tell me that these corporations don’t need someone with no real job description to walk around, disrespect their superiors in public, tell stories about lifing staff sergeants, and have temper tantrums over seemingly small mistakes?"
Perkins seemed to be having trouble articulating his value added to would-be employers.
"I went to one place, got out of my car, and immediately said, 'Oh. My. God.’ People were walking all over the parking lot without reflective belts and most of them without buddies. People walking on grass. I stormed right into the CEO’s office and said, ‘Listen sir, you need me here to tighten this shit up ricky-ticky, roger?’"
John Evans, CEO of service supply company ServiceCorp, found Perkins' behavior appalling for an industry that does not pay people to spend 15 minutes correcting junior workers on executing a proper salute.
"I thought maybe a crazy person or a bum with a weird haircut had come into our building," Evans said. "He was grabbing people’s laptops and throwing them, screaming ‘tie your shit down!’"
Perkins storied career includes one six-month deployment to Kosovo, and people in his current workplace lovingly refer to him as "worthless sack of shit" and "fuckface."
"Anyone out their want to support a real VETRAN??!? Years of leadership experience & maintaining the standard r a linkedin clik away!!!!1," he wrote, wrapping up his post.