Friday, October 28, 2005

Work and 'Ween

First off, I'm glad everyone's doing fine while I was at my wits' end.

I just thought it'd be ironic to write about this article at work.  My favorite line being:

Corporate America has also been alarmed at the prospect of workers actually writing blogs from their desks.

Isn't this ironic?  And not like Alanis' ironic.  (Right?!)

In my opinon, reading blogs is not the worse thing people could be doing during working hours.


It's Halloween!  I've got an idea for a costume in mind, I just have to make it.  If it turns out the way I want it to, I'll share.  Otherwise, forget I said anything at all.

Have a fun and safe weekend!  And remember to look out for the little ones - Safety First.  Like my momma always says, "Check to make sure their parents are not looking before you knock 'em down and steal their candy."1

1 Okay, she never said that.  My mom's one of the nicest people around!  How the hell did I turn out like this?

6 comments:

CoffeeDog said...

Ah, the real reason why US jobs are going overseas, lack of productivity due to blogging!

Knottyboy said...

My favorite way to pass the time at the gallery is sniffing glue while drinking Chablis and helping customers. Keeps me from being to obnoxious.
Have a great Hollow weenie your damn self baby. Thanks for dropping into my blog.
Cheers,
k

GrooveTheory said...

I blog in the office! AND?!

I also had a costume in mind, well actually, it's Party City's idea, but I was going to make it all me. But, as you know, I'm sickie right now :( Talk to you soon!

Steve said...

I blog at work. Not all the time, but I do. See, I'm good at multi-tasking. I'm even better at multi-slacking. Have a great Halloween, and post some pics.

Tuna Girl said...

I blog while the kids stand at the bottom of the stairs and yell, "Mom! We're hungry! Feed us! Please!"

Does that count?

For Halloween this year, I'm going as Sleeping Beauty and Thomas the Tank Engine's put-upon mother.

Does that count?

TCho said...

Oh I blog while i'm on conference calls. Luckily I never have to speak during my calls. If someone did ask me a question, I'd be like "Wha???"