I have long maintained that we are cavemen/women distinguishable from our forebears only by the fact that we wear a better class of animal skins. It would appear I am not alone in this belief. RSS Readers may need to click through to the post
I got an email from a nice man called Randy in Perrigo’s PR firm (remember Perrigo? They’re the guys with the dancing scientists): RSS Readers may need to click through to the post Anyhoo, apparently they’re still at it at Perrigo. I usually bin these emails after the first generic, badly-written paragraph [“Dear space space […]
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Interesting to see two very cruel thoughts on this both from the same source. The first is a comment on “the most inappropriate thing you ever said out loud” post on Scott Adams’ blog: We recently had a company meeting where it was announced that an employee had been let go. He had a really […]
The wise men of the Dakota Indians reckoned that the optimal approach when you discover that you are riding a dead horse, is to dismount. Phshaw! How unimaginative! I stumbled across some much better ideas and combined them with another raft of wisdom from a recent email: Invest in far more powerful whips. Change riders […]
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That is, discrimination on the basis of mass. Apparently, Dr Regina Benjamin, Barack Obama’s selection for Surgeon General, is coming under fire because of her weight. The logic, it seems, is that she won’t be a good role model – for anyone! – on the subject of health, because she is … generously proportioned. The […]
… they’d all be wearing this T-shirt on Graduation Day.
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Not always: I love the expressions on the kids faces in the reality shot [click to enlarge].