Thursday, June 23, 2005

What I Learned At Work Today

In what I'm hoping will be an ongoing series, today I am going to share something I learned at work today that I didn't know before. Note: These will usually be little observances about everyday life within the corporate bohemouth, not some grand concept I learned about the law or life... for example, here is today's:
There is actually such a thing as an electic three-hole punch.
I don't know why I found this so fascinating, but I did. Maybe it's because the war against laziness is even being lost on the hole-punching front.

Something else I learned (but not from work... from the news). House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-IL) has what the American Optometric Association has dubbed "Irony Blindness," as well as the more serious "Hypocrisy Myopia," as evidenced by the following quote:
The Democratic leadership priority is to actively engage in the politics of division and distraction that can undermine our national security in favor of a left-wing agenda.
(From this article)

Doesn't he see that even if this statement is true, that he is neck deep in "the politics of division and distraction" just by saying it? No? Am I the only one who sees this... or am I crazy?

Enough seriousness. To lighten things up, here are some pictures of puppies!


At 10:00 AM, Blogger Jessica said...

Automated machines that tear holes in paper and knee-jerk criticisms about partisanship. . . . Who knew that Hastert could be so much like office supplies?

Does that make John McCain the rubber cement?


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