Thursday, July 30, 2009

for brett


11 comments:

  1. ...because I can't stand the smell anymore.

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  2. I miss the blog. I used to be so much fun. :o(

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  3. Me too. I wish Jake had never gone on vacation. That is when the trouble started!

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  4. well you just wait... when I get back from vacation I'm going to update this blog and it's going to be better than ever!

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  5. I am sure we will have to wait until 2010 for the new Jake blog...or for him to quit his job. One or the other I am sure will work.

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  6. 3 Square has a 0 tolerance policy. I actually worked there for a single day, and when it was time for my first task, I messed it up and was fired on the spot. Geeze, not even a learning curve!

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  7. I'm gonna do what I have to do to get this blog going again. I am reporting 3 square to the 3 B (aka better business bureau). Jake, you have until Monday to post something before my first complaint. What will those complaints sound like?...I'm glad you asked!!

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  8. Complaint #1

    I called three square design to have them design some office space for my new business and the first thing the employee asked me was if I thought bald was beautiful.

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  9. Complaint #2

    Three square design did a great job for me, but when it was time to settle the account, the owner demanded that I pay him in nacho cheese and diet coke bombs. When I told him that he could buy whatever he wanted with the money I was going to pay him, he replied "Keep your filthy Obama money. I don't do work for socialists or little bitches, and you sir are both." He then lit my designs on fire and started doing some form of a tribal Navajo dance around the fire, asking everyone at the Starbucks to join in.

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  10. I spent three weeks looking for the right firm and was convinced my search was over when I was referred to Three Square Design. I was, however, rudely awakened by the severe castigation I recieved due to my entirely innocuous request for urinal free mens' rooms. Whatever happened to "the customer is always right?"

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