Thursday, February 03, 2005

Yesterday I discovered a small, white surveillance device in my office. It was either that or a grain of rice stuck to the wall, and which do you think is more likely? That's what I'm saying.

Who are they and what do they want? Is it a group of grandmas seeking insight into my mad lunchtime knitting skills?

Is it the Dasani® purified water loss-prevention group seeking evidence that I've been refilling the same bottle of water from the drinking fountain for over three weeks now, at a minimum of three refills per work day? (That's about $45 so far I've yanked from the mouths of their hungry families.)

I'm thinking about this too much.

Maybe I'm overreacting, but just in case it's not a grain of rice stuck to the wall here's some useful information on how to avoid Jose Feliciano, diablo de la federaciĆ³n de la lucha del mundo.

Be careful out there.


Gary O'Brien said...

Since Jose is blind, I usually quietly step to the left, thereby avoiding him.

Anonymous said...

Ok, so I hate to seem like a stick in the mud...but I have to point out that it may not be a good idea to keep reusing that water bottle. The plastic used in water bottles is intended for single use and then recycled (not reused). The plastic can leach harmful substances if reused frequently over a period of time, not to mention the bacteria that can harbor in there. It's your well being that I'm thinking about.
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