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

Because it's too stupid to pass up... Yesterday, I linked to PacManhattan- this is the same thing, but not a research project, and more of a joke. Totally worth watching.

In a stupid sort of way.

In an unrelated note. Opening the window in the living room when it's hot is a good idea. Leaving it open after everyone goes to bed, when we live in the center of the goddamn wild kingdom, is a bad idea. The outside kittens are not house broken, and they like our garbage. (There's no screen in the front window) No mess was made, they just harassed our garbage can a bit.

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