In Their Own Words
One day, someone said they felt a moral dilema saying "The MOST important
thing is that those who support us give as generously as possible."
He felt that it would be more important to become involved with the issues,
or march on the capital in protest. Upon hearing this, the director's
draw literally dropped ...
Greetings From Gaithersburg
In what is probably the most startling information for most of you, I
have in fact managed to accommodate myself to a schedule in which I get
to "sleep in" until 7:30 a.m. on some days and get up at 7 or
6:30 on others, and in which I typically get to bed by 11:30 p.m.
Hello From Isanti
I guess the most exciting thing in my life right now is the road construction
a block from my house. (We don't really have blocks out here in the country,
but for you city people, that's about how far away the mess is.)
Ahoy From Ohio
I said my mom was going to kill me. In an attempt to reassure me he
said that she wouldn't because it was against the law. Noting the irony,
I turned to him and said, "Speeding it against the law as well and
you see how well that stopped me."
I'm In DC!
I'm working on the "Big Key Project," which I call the "Office
Security Enhancement Project." Basically what I do is record the
key number on each staff member's office key and find out whether it is
a master key or not, and then get the staff member to sign off to verify
that they have the key. Pretty lame, I know ...
BLD, PDW, DPC ...
They don't appear to have the peanut butter that BLD wants, so I ask
the same cashier if they have peanut butter. She of course responds in
the negative using the same tone as the previous day. My inner monologue
responds with, "Yo, bitch, I don't take no shit, 'specially from
you. I could get yo skanky ass fired in no time!"
Hello From NY
I also went to Manhattan in search of tutti-frutti donuts at McDonald's.
Alas, I got there and they only had sugar, powdered, and plain McDonuts.
What tutti frutti donuts look or taste like remains a mystery.
Sangria Means Bloody
We went to a tapas restaurant called Jaleo. It was really good and
my co-workers kept pouring me glasses of Sangria. I think I had 3 or 4.
I didn't keep track really. It was a lot of fun and they told me to keep
it a secret that they support under-age drinking.
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