Lets face it. I’m an ACC basketball fan. But…I spend 8 hours a day surrounded by displaced Kansans. As a result, I know the KU Fight song better than a certain bleach blonde knows the national anthem. I know, I know…it wouldn’t be called “work” if it was easy. That aside, even I have to admit this is a pretty good…
“The primary purpose of management is to kill any hope that staying in your current job will work out for you. That sort of hope is like gravel in the engine of progress. The economy needs workers who are fed up, desperate and willing to quit their jobs for something better. Remember, only quitters can be winners, because you can’t do something great until first you quit doing something that isn’t.”
–Scott Adams, Creator of Dilbert
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“I’m here in the interest of being more neighborly,” Obama said at the beginning of his speech. “Maybe if we’d brought over a fruitcake when I first moved in we would have gotten off to a better start, but I’m going to make up for it.”
-President Obama in his speech to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Perhaps someone should tell him…good neighbors bring wine, not fruitcake.
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