Tim Holloway wrote:It's odd that you'd be worrying about parking for lunch if you work downtown, though...
Tim Holloway wrote:One of the deadliest things a nice old Southern woman can say to you is "Bless your heart".
Tim Holloway wrote:The word "nice" has been an insult more than once in history, and if you inflect the word "special" just right, you can be more insulting than if you simply called them a retard. ...
Peter Rooke wrote:In fairness the "Secret Nuclear Bunker" is a museum from the cold war.
Randy Maddocks wrote:Knute Snortum's sign pic: "STOP" NOT A THROUGH ROAD...wouldn't it have been less work to just etch "dead end" into the sign instead? I know, your point was about unnecessary quotes.
Bear Bibeault wrote:At one company I worked for it was a firing offense.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:Did the same happen with smokers?
Tim Moores wrote:I wonder if this might create an uncomfortable atmosphere for meat eaters. For example, might they rightfully worry that they are not as welcome at the company, or may no longer get promotions?
Tim Holloway wrote: I brought my freezer stuff into work only to discover that their kitchen freezer didn't work. Cheap bastards.
Tim Holloway wrote:You're spoiled.