Once a week, we dip into the search strings people used to find this site, and we hope we find a dozen or so worth mentioning. (Usually it’s not a problem.)
open season mascots: The least you could do is tell me the bag limit.
please calp: The last thing we need around here is a dose of calp.
read the excerpt from anthem, by ayn rand. what disaster took their reason away from men? what whip lashed them to their knees in shame and submission? the worship of the word “we.” in the excerpt, which concept causes the downfall of humanity? The denial of the word “I.”
economy in shambles: Shh. Don’t tell Ayn Rand that, or she’ll write another book.
suppose you own the patent for a new type of keyboard, hence giving you a monopoly over the industry. if you lower the price of the headphone from $150 to $120, then we can conclude that at the new price: People will buy more headphones and ignore your monopoly keyboard entirely.
mazda premacy common faults: For instance, owners who desperately search the Net in the hopes of finding free fixes for their cars.
shoes off at the door: If you time it right, you can be pantless by the time you reach the bathroom.
armenian foot fetish: Awfully specific of you. See if you can find a picture of a Kardashian in strappy sandals.
brenda johnson has used a preprinted form that she got from the internet to create her will. however, she was unhappy with one section of the will and crossed out the parts she didn’t like and hand wrote the changes she wanted. the changes that she made most likely made her will: Slightly less readable.
www.slit: Get two of them in parallel and we can do some quantum experiments.
glass hammer valkyrie: Very stylish, perhaps not so functional.
driving 208 mph: Most people never drive 104 mph twice.
+”mediocre ceo”: Got all of his $2 million bonus in stock options.
since most ethics violations are small and rather insignificant in nature, employees need to understand that addressing these issues is secondary to making profits. ceos may be justified in putting these on the back-burner, waiting for more convenient moments to address them: Which is how you know they’re mediocre CEOs.