How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

  • Music:
So today I apply for a job as a joke. It's this DJ service called Complete Music. Now, I absolutely revile party DJ's, and in fact, I revile DJ's in general.

So I decide to have fun with the app. Made comments such as "The biggest difficulty I'd have is that I have taste in music, thereby seperating me from other DJ's. However, I would be willing to put my taste aside to please the unwashed plebian masses." "I left my last job because the boss was a dick with no sense of humor and did not like my satirical comic." Ummm... lets see... what else... "I'm just as annoying as other, popular, radio DJ's, such as the Wolf and Mike the Enforcer, but a whole lot more interesting."

After I finish the app, Sarah, Cate and I run to Latham Circle Mall. Three hours later, when we get back, there's a new call on the caller ID from "Complete Music". I'm going to treat all my apps as jokes if this works out.

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