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Good Morning, Corn Doctor

I redact all previous notions that Photoshop should only be allowed for use by licensed designers. Corn Doctor is evidence of this. (The possibility has also been noted that this photo has not been digitally edited.)


Recently, an awesome link came to me through my google reader. Mashable compiled a graphic of the perks of working at THE Silicon Valley tech companies (Google, Twitter, Facebook, etc). It is uh-mazing. They have tons of activities/amenities (rock climbing, massages, ping pong, Razr scooters for use in the office, Rock Band, yoga, dry cleaners, barber shop), […]

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INT. BOX FACTORY – MORNING Breanne is working when she overhears the Production Manager and VP of San Antonio talking in the VP’s office, right next to hers. They’re talking about magnets, presumably about their contribution to the giant machinery in the plant. Breanne stops working and pokes her head in the office. BREANNE (interrupting) […]

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Nicknames at the Office

INT. BOX FACTORY – DAY PRODUCTION MGR – hands Breanne a camera Hey. BREANNE Hey T-Bone. PRODUCTION MGR Why do you keep calling me that? BREANNE It’s my new nickname for you. Do you like it? PRODUCTION MGR No, I don’t. Can you please email me the photos on that camera? BREANNE Not until you […]

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Potty Mouth

I have a canvas tote that I carry to work every day. It has a slogan on it, “Not Penny’s Tote,” which is a reference to LOST (referring to “not Penny’s boat,” which matters to you not at all if you never watched the show). As I was leaving the office yesterday, my boss stopped […]

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Just a Day at Boxes

INT. DESIGN ROOM BOX FACTORY – DAY   <boss of boxes is having an important conversation with sales manager regarding safeguarding loss of inventory. breannesp is sitting at her desk, “working” quietly and minding her own business>   BOSS So, I think we’ll just go ahead and get scanners for everyone in the plant so […]

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So you want to piss me off at work…

Here’s a handy how-to list so you don’t have to have as many trial and errors: – learn how to make a coughing noise that sounds like you’re moving the phlegm in your throat up or down about 2″. Make sure it sounds a little bubbly. – don’t do work. Especially don’t do it when […]

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