22 thoughts on “Thith

  1. Haha…Thank you for injecting humor. My cubes were adorned with Dilbert until we moved 3 times in the last year and they got all gnarly, and bye bye comics. The fact we moved 3 times in the last year is a testament that my office is a lot like Dilbert’s. The last time, we literally moved 2 rows over. Sometimes you just shake your head and wonder how execs earn such huge paychecks.

    I almost did the tongue thing. The very tip barely touched the pole but I couldn’t do it. Sheer brilliance that moment almost was, lol. The things kids do in the winter.

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      1. So funny…and if you work in an office…so true. Your shot ties in with…corporate world is…just say yah. You probably know that.

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      2. I’ve worked for the same corp, but through mergers for 23 years, and held various positions. I love my job and there is no sarcasm in this statement. What i don’t love is the politics. When i first started I almost got myself fired by asking a senior manager if she thought her decision through because it didn’t sound right. I still speak up but try to diplomatically filter now. I don’t mind change but i steam at the idiocracy of managers who come in changing for change and leave when they realize they made a horrible decision cuz we get the flak. Boo. You are right. Horrible people.

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      3. I don’t think the people who work for corporations are bad. I worked for Pacific Bell and loved it. I meant if Multinational corporations are legal ‘persons’ as the Supreme Court has mistakenly ruled, then they are the worst ‘persons’ because they feel no responsibility to the communities in which they park themselves.

        I have a problem with a collective that consists of hundreds or even thousands of employees exercising the rights of (a) citizen without accepting the responsibility that comes with being (a) citizen.

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  2. Awesome…the ‘tongue stuck to pole’ reminds me of A Christmas Story where Flick is goaded into sticking his tongue to a pole in the school yard πŸ™‚

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    1. I love living in San Francisco…there isn’t a building that doesn’t offer up some kind of commentary…Yesterday I walked past the memorial statue to President Garfield in the Panhandle…it had a hula hoop around its neck…LOL

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      1. That’s awesome! So much at your disposal in terms of inspiration. While I could never live in the city, I do appreciate the many shapes, colours and interesting people and objects is has to offer πŸ™‚ lol # statue of pres wearing a hula hoop – someone has a great sense of humor!

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      2. It’s a good thing we have options. I love nature but I think I would lose more if my mind if I had to live in a small town or a rural area. LOL…the statue is a funny sight…I’ll process the shot and post it.

        Thanks for leaving a comment.

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      3. We acclimate to our surroundings and oft times find it difficult to adjust when we are away from them. I understand that. I look forward to seeing the photo πŸ™‚

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