Friday, March 30, 2012

A potpourri of miscellany

Stop flashing your private sector parts

[because I care a lot, no photo]

Yet another instance of micromangement, this time from macromanagement, managing to cleave the antiquated notion of decency, for, & cue Vincent & a shadowed pool of near-fluorescent blood, someone's parental figurine w/o the kung-fu grip was haughty enough to be ill, & worker bee, with shameless gusto & hubris, took time off the Vital Task of the hour, receiving an e-slap. Gasp, horror, fuck off.


Death's door


















Too soon?


Dead


















Left, salvage. Right, the salvageable.

14 comments:

Laura said...

An e-slap!? I don't think I've been blessed with one of those yet. An ass slap.. yeah.
Is one of your parentals ill? Hope that all is well....

((Hugs))
Laura

Demeur said...

To wit he said "here's your sign" "Slacker". That'll teach him/her to try and cut out an hour early. There must be discipline in the Reich!

Randal Graves said...

laura, oh no, this was a coworker. Management views the workplace as the most important segment of one's existence.

demeur, ja wohl!

Tom Harper said...

Private sector parts? Hey, I thought this was a decent family blog.

Jim H. said...

What happened to the carpet of petals at the chapel?

Did someone get caught poesizing or darkthroning or headbanging when him was spose to be filing? Learn, my friend, the fine art of stealth; it's hard when you're a rocker.

Prunella Vulgaris said...

We need to take Lil Edgar out for a stroll again. He can get melancholic at the fading of spring flowers in the kingdom by the lake.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Too soon?
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Randal Graves said...

tom, what the hell are you talking about, my family isn't decent. Badoomboom.

jim, what happened was a Clevelandia spring of 70s then 40s then 60s then wind then doom.

Stealth? Mayhap if the Duchess wouldn't find humor in all things. (I'm so dead)

duchess, verily thou speak the Truth. Soon, there shall be more bloom I assume, unless Yellowstone finally erupts.

Randal Graves said...

if, sir, where can we find such a place?

Beach Bum said...

The one vital task I have for the weekend is watching the weeds in my lawn grow. I have a really great crop going this spring.

S.W. Anderson said...

FYI, Yellowstone erupts with steam and water. Not a major problem if you don't get too close to Old Faithful.

Watch out for Mount St. Helens, though. That one gets major-league nasty. Let's all pray some energy corporation doesn't put frackers to work anywhere near it.

susan said...

Damn, I thought I'd tuned in to a Frank Capra movie and look what I found. Oh well. Kumbaya.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Right down the hill from my undisclosed location here in Berkeley Springs, W.V., R.G.
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Randal Graves said...

BB, you sound like a man with a plan & that scares me.

SWA, gonna be a major problem eventually.

But think of all that geothermal energy. Take that, Saudis!

susan, there's nothing wonderful about life on the north coast. (I partially kid, of course)

Thanks for the info, Cheney.