Joke of the Day

by tully
April 29, 2004 7:50 AM
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A 29-year-old guy (we'll call him "Mike") walks into an office building at 9:30 in the morning on a brilliant Spring morning in Lower Manhattan. He takes an unbearably slow elevator up eight flights of stairs and walks to a 4'x5' cubicle, where he must sit and, for the next three-and-a-half hours, stare at a computer screen and type a useless string of numbers and letters.

At 1:00pm, Mike walks outside and takes a delightful stroll into the West Village, where he eats a hearty lunch and admires the exhilaratingly perfect 70 degree, humidity-free, cloudless day. But, as soon as the lunch is finished, Mike must head directly back to his cubicle, where he must sit for another three-and-a-half hours before he can once again escape the stale, corporate fluorescence and breathe a breath of fresh air.

The End.

(Isn't that hilarious!!! Ha!!! Where'd I hear that one, you ask? Actually, I didn't 'hear it.' I'm LIVING IT!!! Isn't that hilarious!!!)

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  • VOIP | December 19, 2004 12:56 AMReply

    Just to be flippant for a moment:

    Anyone else notice the similarities getween the Bush administration and the Borg?

    "Resistance is futile! You will be assimilated into the New World Corporate Order!"

    On a serious ending note, the Bush administration has just declared war on everyone else in space. I'm beginning to wonder if these clowns aren't rogue Scientologists who took L. Ron Hubbard's disgusting science-fiction vision of A future and are trying to make it THE future.

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  • jamesisrael | May 7, 2004 4:59 AMReply

    Are you temping?