Thursday, December 31, 2009


To increasing happiness in the new year!
Seems easy enough, right?

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

It's stuck

Could've used this once or twice

Beim Chef (With the boss) by Roman Signer.

"Folks who never do any more than they get paid for, never get paid for any more than they do."
-Elbert Hubbard: Quotes on Hard Work

Monday, December 28, 2009

for the commuting FWer

holiday bird

This is from all of us required to come back to work today. We hate you corporate America.
Scott Marvel Cassidy
“F. U. Forever”, 2006

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Monday, December 21, 2009

It's true.


You said these reports are due tomorrow?
I can't hear you over all the important Christmas shopping conversations we're having.
The deadline is when?
They have to be in or our entire fourth quarter will be down?
Huh? Speak louder.. I just can't seem to hear you clearly.
I still can't hear you.
My new
Grandma got run over by a reindeer ringtone must be too loud.
I must have some yule log stuck in my ears.
Oh forget it, I'm going to have to handle whatever you're talking about on January 4th.
I still can't register what you're saying to me.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Monday, December 7, 2009

Friday, December 4, 2009

I'm flabbergasted

Study Finds Working At Work Improves Productivity

WASHINGTON, DC—According to a groundbreaking new study by the Department of Labor, working—the physical act of engaging in a productive job-related activity—may greatly increase the amount of work accomplished during the workday, especially when compared with the more common practices of wasting time and not working.

An American worker can triple his work output by working.

"Our findings are astounding: By simply sitting down and doing work, employees can dramatically increase their output of goods and services," said Deputy Undersecretary of Labor Charlotte Ponticelli, who authored the report. "In fact, 'working' may revolutionize the way people work."

Perhaps even more shocking, the study reveals that not working significantly decreases worker productivity, sometimes even resulting in no work getting done at all. Based on the study, we can safely conclude that if an employee's job is to process expense reports, doing a crossword puzzle will result in the successful completion of that task zero times out of 100, while processing expense reports will result in the successful completion of that task 100 times out of 100," head researcher Richard Schoemberg said.

Despite the staggering new findings, many American workers say that they still do not feel comfortable working on the job.

"I love coming into work every day," Arlington, VA sales manager Bryce Davidson said. "I get to have great conversations with [office receptionist] Sandy, challenge myself with Yahoo! TextTwist, and still have time to set my fantasy-football roster. Why would I want to ruin work by working?"

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Sick of having to answer stupid ass questions from your needy co-workers? Hate people who don't take the two seconds to research before howling for IT? This is the perfect print for those with no tolerance for the insipid non googler. life long work week

"Chad Kouri says that when ever anyone from his family or otherwise calls to ask him a question about their computer, iphone, ipod or otherwise he usually just googles it. Buy this poster for your friends and family that always ask you questions and don't think to google for the answer first."

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

can't RW even when I try

My emails have been following the black hole hamster today.
IT networking is against me accomplishing tasks I guess.