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


There I go, not bothering to make a public announcement, and now everyone's all annoyed that I didn't alert them that I would be in Kingston.

In response to the public outcry, the Department of Remy Affairs has issued a public apology. The head of the Department, Mr. Albert Stanton, said this during the impromptu press conference. "This was a terrible oversight that started in one of our low level committees, and percolated up through the chain of command until it manifested in this poor communication with the public. Rest assured, the matter will be addressed, and for further outings to locations where there are known constitutents, we will most certainly be issue announcements to the interested parties, so that appropriate celebratory measures can be taken."

More on this developing story to follow.

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