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

General Memo, Please Circulate...

It's come to my attention that someone is filling my inbox with email viruses. Now, I do not use Outlook, nor am I a retard who opens strange attachments. I ask that you cease and desist; it's getting feking annoying. Realy bloody feking annoying. As bad as spam.  Worse even.

In other news, Noah is downstairs for the second day; we were playing D&D Heroes, but now I've got him on a PS racing game, which spares me thumb strain; the kid could play all day. Of course, because Noah decided to not follow instructions, I'm going to have to explain to Tim why someone saved over his D&D Heroes game. Fortunately, I have a backup of his character, and a save from where he was yesterday. So he only lost an hour or two of playing (unless he played longer than I thought last night).

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