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

It's a Conspiracy!

On a lovely day such as this, Minna and I went for a walk in the park (you know, the park we were married in, oh... what was it now? Oh yes, a year ago tomorrow!). The flowers were in bloom; the finches and robins and ducks were all courting. Squirrels were cavorting around with stolen hot dog buns.

And the mailmen were out in force. As we walked home down Lark Street, we happened upon a group of three, clustered around a parked mail truck. They spoke in hushed tones. Another truck was parked nearby. We continued on, only to find another mailman lurking beside a mailbox. Was it some secret plan? Some hideous machination? Was Lark Street about to be reduced into some kind of bloodbath?

Not so far as I can tell, no. But it was still unusual.

Speaking of unusual, there was also a banner proclaiming an upcoming "Black and Latino Gay Pride Day" event on Lark Street. Is it just me, or are they really specializing themselves a bit much?
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