I was taking the streetcar home tonight, and with most forms of public transportation, there is an automated voice announcing the stops. The streetcar is fairly new and squeaky clean. It takes a little longer for me to get to work, but the ride is pleasant, and entirely worthwhile to avoid traffic and the fight […]
Archives for February 2008
Schrodinger Von Kittenstein. The title of Vice President is largely ceremonious, after a tragic fall from grace, the result of embarrassing allegations involving late-night carpet urination. Though there were numerous witnesses, he maintains his innocence, perhaps belying a failing grasp on reality. The VP does not have veto power.
You can find Chapter One of “An Afternoon, A Full Tank of Gas” here. Yesterday, I went for a drive up the coast with my new friend Dave, the Guy Who Knows Portland. He also has a blog that you should visit, especially if you like beer, or if you want to learn the goings-on […]
And if you ARE an accountant or Roman Catholic, it will still probably not be interesting. No one knows what SAP stands for. It’s a big, fat, bloated accounting program that big companies use. But no one knows what SAP (S-A-P, not “sap”) means. Exciting answer here! And an equally befuddling acronym: CCD. Did you […]
I have returned to the ranks of the working class. It was entirely pleasant. There was nothing stressful about it. All of my cow-orkers are extremely nice. EXTREMELY nice. Like, can you be for real? Are you always like this? Are you always this nice? I can’t help but view this collection of very nice, […]