Trite Cliches and Inevitable Truth

For @dVersePoets

Perspective.

Beautiful.

If you come to the IT department for a broken mouse, notice that all TWO support analysts are on the phones, and STILL receive a replacement mouse from a system analysts who is just pitching in for our slack, take the mouse and keep it moving.

Please do not glare at the analysts who are STILL on the phone with looks of extreme concentration on their faces — you know, as if they’re trying to gather information on a system outage or something — before sarcastically asking “Any particular reason why I had to come get this myself?”

If you do this, and manage to escape the IT department without getting roundhouse kicked in the throat or the stomach, consider yourself extremely lucky.

Just sayin.

If you come to the IT department for a broken mouse, notice that all TWO support analysts are on the phones, and STILL receive a replacement mouse from a system analysts who is just pitching in for our slack, take the mouse and keep it moving.

Please do not glare at the analysts who are STILL on the phone with looks of extreme concentration on their faces — you know, as if they’re trying to gather information on a system outage or something — before sarcastically asking “Any particular reason why I had to come get this myself?”

If you do this, and manage to escape the IT department without getting roundhouse kicked in the throat or the stomach, consider yourself extremely lucky.

Just sayin.

For @dVersePoets

This is an amazing poem. Just amazing.

Children are paying for the crimes of adults. Sickening.

For @dVersePoets