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How To Get Rich & Famous By Blogging At Work

By internetslacker in Internet
Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 06:06:54 PM EST
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Many bloggers enjoy writing about their place of employment. This Internet rage is making a lot of employers upset, as bosses want their nice little drones to keep churning out products & services without all the pesky independent thought.


But it is very important that people all over the world journal their workplace opinions on-line every day, since these "job-blogs" serve to expose those in authority who exploit others for gain. When you get right down to it, though, blogging about the nine-to-five hours makes "The Man" nervous, and that's good enough.

Here are some techniques you can use to safely and effectively maintain a blog about the useless idiots (i.e. everybody except you) at your place of work without getting fired and, more importantly, gain money and fame. Follow these suggestions faithfully and you'll have a blog-site that'll draw in thousands of readers every day and you'll earn the fear, respect, and bribes from co-workers and managers who don't want to be the next fascinating subject in your popular on-line diary! When you get right down to it, though, the sole purpose of the Internet is to tell complete strangers everywhere how much you hate the real people around you and the embarrassing things you know about them, just to give you a fleeting sense of smug self-satisfaction, isn't it?

Blog Everything You Find Annoying About Your Job, No Matter How Small.

Ninety-nine percent of humanity is in economic servitude to the remaining one percent, but we don't have to like it. Therefore, anyone sacrificing their free will to a job has the God-given right to bitch about it. Thankfully, the Internet allows employees to complain worldwide, but more importantly, gives them the outlet to expose their boss's true nature, which is greedy, stupid, and worthless.

But don't stop kvetching about the boss on your blog when there's lots of your peers around you, oh no! Your co-workers, although appearing to be sane, professional, & mentally balanced, are human and therefore have "skeletons in their closets" that you, as a blogger, are morally entitled to spread around the Internet. The more controversial the secret ("April 21st blog entry: I just discovered Phil enjoys wearing diapers and being spanked by morbidly obese women."), the more comments you'll get in your blog (probably most of them from an enraged Phil).

Blog With A Cover Window Ready:

Just in case your manager Bill Lumbergh walks into your cubicle while you are detailing the relevant points of how much he sucks on your blog, always have a job-oriented window in your task bar ready to maximize (such as the company's website or an innocent-looking pie chart) in order to hide what you're actually doing (which sure as hell isn't working). If you're using a word-processor, click the "save" button often, since you may have to shut down whatever application you're using to compose your blog post when the boss pokes his ugly, balding head in the cubicle. If you're blogging on LiveJournal, just hit the "update page" button and there's a fifty-fifty chance the daily entry you've just spent three hours on will go to data heaven anyways, so you're pretty much covered.

Stay In The Office 'Rumor Mill'.

Your co-worker's opinions about people who aren't within earshot are very important, since they often provide juicy material for your blog. Don't be hampered by the truth, by the way; major newspapers don't give a damn about the correct facts, so why should you? It's irrelevant whether or not Ed the new accountant is actually a child molester...what's important is that you heard the rumor, and it is your sacred blogger duty to get it on the Internet as soon as possible. Maybe Suzanne the temp enjoys rimming donkeys at bachelor parties, maybe she doesn't, who cares? As long as your office buddy Jim who just asked her for a date and got turned down says it's true, it's true.

Examine The Contents Of Other People's Desks When They Leave The Office.

When you get right down to it, human nature is pretty goddamn stupid, and it's amazing the incriminating evidence your co-workers and boss may have in their lower desk drawers. It is essential that you, the serious job-blogger, always have a digital camera on-hand in case you need to make digital copies of the love letters your manager is sending to his mistress. Or to take pictures of any pill bottles you may find in your co-worker's desks; you can post the details from the prescription labels and make a nifty pie-chart showing the ratio of people currently on heavy anti-depressants at your place of work.

Take Covert Pictures Of Your Co-Workers & Boss For Fun Blog Commentary.

There's no greater self-satisfaction than blogging a picture of a co-worker caught in an embarrassing situation, unless the photo incriminates your boss, whom you especially hate. Remember: keep that digital camera handy and always take pictures for your job-blog of:

- your boss picking his nose (or other unacceptable orifice). Always a classic.

- any co-worker screaming at his/her computer in frustration. Hopefully they'll start hitting it.

- anybody who's just gotten fired. Grief rules!

- your boss sitting in the washroom stall and looking up in shock at your camera's flash. Remember to use PhotoshopTM to edit out any "red-eye" that may appear.

- building security guards beating up anybody. Hopefully someone who's just been fired.

- building security guards getting beaten up by anybody. Hopefully the guy who got fired knows judo and just had seven cups of coffee.

- the pile of co-worker's coffee mugs you've stolen from the break room and super-glued into an Aztec pyramid.

- any manager having a tantrum. Remember to zoom in on their red, contorted face. Could make a good desktop background graphic.

- the attractive new temp.

- the attractive new temp's backside as she's filing.

- the attractive new temp's naked breasts through her bedroom window after you've followed her home.

Hack Into Workplace Computers For Incriminating Evidence.

Please do not tell me you don't know how to get into your boss's computer. You've already figured out how to bypass workplace filters so you can download gigabytes of porn, so accessing any so-called 'protected' folders should be a piece of cake. If you're not the system administrator, try to befriend the office geek who holds the office network power, or at least get incriminating evidence on them. Such geeks are probably reading blogs instead of working anyways, and if you threaten to post the video you took of him pretending to be a Jedi while waving a retractable pointer around like a light saber, he'll probably give you administrative rights from fear of the sheer amount of people who'll be laughing at him on the `Net.

It's a safe bet your co-workers are downloading just as much pornography as you are while presumably on the job, if not more. Try to find their hidden caches of online porn as it gives you a keen insight into their deepest thoughts and fantasies. And what a great thing to talk about on your blog! It may be difficult typing through the laughter after you've discovered Ted the program leader has a thing for old men wearing cheerleader costumes, but try to stay strong; thousands of readers are depending on you.

Point Out Your Company's Fiscal Weaknesses.

It's simply not right that you are getting crappy pay while the higher-ups continually give themselves raises, so take it upon yourself to learn exactly where the money is going in your company's finances. Hell, an honest business shouldn't be afraid of anybody checking out their bank account if you're able to post a live RSS feed to it on your blog. Also make digital scans of everybody's pay stubs, credit card slips, children's college bank account numbers, etc, to make your blog more "controversial" (read: litigable).

Refuse To Stop Blogging About Your Work, Even If Threatened With Dismissal.

Freedom Of Speech is what it's all about, so screw off, Mr. Bossman! It's none of your goddamn business if your employees choose to a) not work, and; b) post insulting remarks about you on the Internet while not working, so go back to your plush office and close the damn door. Maybe if you stop getting on our nerves by being so greedy and uncaring about the misery you cause, we bloggers suffering economic servitude will stop investigating your corporate lives to share the gritty details with the world...or maybe we won't.

In Conclusion: if you get fired for blogging about your job, sue the bastards on any legal precedent having to do with "Free Speech". Collect the settlement. Find a new job. Blog about your new job. Get fired for blogging. Sue. Collect settlement. Repeat. You'll be rich in no time, and maybe you will have enough funds to start a company of your own! You'll have to hire employees, though...uh, wait a minute...

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What Do You Do At Work On-Line?
o Read kuro5hin. 20%
o Update my diary on kuro5hin. 1%
o Update my blog. 1%
o Surf other people's blogs for fun. 3%
o Surf other people's blogs to troll them in their other-wise empty "comments" section. 6%
o Download massive amounts of pornography using the company's bandwidth. 8%
o Create massive amounts of pornography using the company's secretary and a videocamera. 15%
o Sure as hell not work. 41%

Votes: 58
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o Many bloggers enjoy writing about their place of employment.
o journal their workplace opinions on-line every day
o without getting fired
o the outlet to expose their boss's true nature
o Bill Lumbergh
o major newspapers don't give a damn about the correct facts
o rimming
o details from the prescription labels
o heavy anti-depressants
o incriminates your boss
o picking his nose
o bypass workplace filters so you can download gigabytes of porn
o pretending to be a Jedi while waving a retractable pointer around like a light saber
o laughing at him
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o old men wearing cheerleader costumes
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How To Get Rich & Famous By Blogging At Work | 60 comments (46 topical, 14 editorial, 0 hidden)
lol (1.08 / 12) (#2)
by im stupid on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 06:42:19 AM EST

star wars kid lol.
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This would have been +1 FP... (1.83 / 6) (#3)
by gr3y on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 08:42:10 AM EST

if you used actual examples of the things you describe (and link to), such as a blog with a picture of someone's "boss picking his nose (or other unacceptable orifice)." And it would have been highly amusing, the very definition of irony, for a K5 article about petty people and the lengths to which they will go to complain about each other, which itself is a petty complaint about the lengths to which people will go to complain about each other.

There is an unrealized potential there. You should take it back to the edit queue.

I am a disruptive technology.

I agree with this. (none / 0) (#10)
by masse on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 02:03:59 PM EST

it would be interesting. ...well, not interesting, funny though.

-- Be yourself. There are already so many others.
[ Parent ]

You didn't like the George Bush link? (none / 1) (#12)
by internetslacker on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 02:10:46 PM EST

I did to what you suggested, using George W. Bush as a "boss". Maybe not everyone will get it...but a picture of Bush picking his nose, hell, how could I pass that up?

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[ Parent ]

GWB is such a public figure... (none / 0) (#25)
by gr3y on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 12:39:33 AM EST

that very few people can identify with the President of the United States being their "boss", and those that can frequently mistake him for their husband. Bush is not a good example.

Pick some fat, balding guy with glasses, or some guy with feathered hair wearing an elephant's breath grey suit.

I am a disruptive technology.
[ Parent ]

Ok, I found a picture of a guy... (none / 0) (#29)
by internetslacker on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 01:36:58 AM EST

with feathered hair and wearing an elephant's breath grey suit: http://maxblumenthal.blogspot.com/2004/05/scarface.html Hope this helps.

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[ Parent ]

So your point is: (none / 0) (#30)
by gr3y on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 02:20:01 AM EST

"fuck George Bush"? Just come out and say it. Really. Don't try to be subtle.

If I had known your point was just beyond your grasp, I would have voted to dump your submission: "-1 Iraq", as a waste of time.

I am a disruptive technology.
[ Parent ]

teh anger of teh gr3y (none / 1) (#39)
by internetslacker on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 01:51:18 PM EST

I'm not saying 'Fuck George Bush', I'm using him as an example of a "boss" because he's the president of the United States. It was a joke.

Yeesh, calm down, gr3y! The last time I saw a guy as tense as you was at a prostate exam, and it was me.


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[ Parent ]

OK. (none / 1) (#48)
by gr3y on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 11:33:34 PM EST

The last time I saw a guy as tense as you was at a prostate exam, and it was me.

That was pretty funny.

For the record, I voted Kerry. However, I tire of the pitiless (and meaningless) sniping of the left, as any fool can plainly see. Those energies would be better spent undermining the opposition.

I am a disruptive technology.
[ Parent ]

cow orkers (2.50 / 4) (#6)
by Xoder on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 11:20:25 AM EST

you forgot calling your co-workers "cow orkers"

Lately I've been hearing that god's on our side But rumor has it, there's one on their side too So what I'd like to know is, when it comes down to it, can my god kick their god's ass or what?
Cow Orkers hehehehe (1.33 / 3) (#14)
by internetslacker on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 02:17:30 PM EST

I like how that term dehumanizes others through personal workplace bitterness. You have Slack, sir; I applaud you.

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[ Parent ]

Induhviduals (none / 1) (#55)
by HollyHopDrive on Mon Mar 14, 2005 at 07:35:55 AM EST

According to Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams.


I make too much sense to be on the Internet.
[ Parent ]

Include the contact information for you boss (3.00 / 2) (#7)
by lukme on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 12:23:32 PM EST

I am sure he/she would be really impressed with your blog then.


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-1 I hate you for being jewish nt (1.07 / 14) (#8)
by Big Sexxy Joe on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 01:41:45 PM EST



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my grief: (none / 1) (#16)
by CAIMLAS on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 05:14:29 PM EST

$9.21/hr in a facility of under 300, while they spend several million dollars per year on exterior landscaping!

Not to mention, they spend about a million and a half on software per year (licensing) which doesn't even work!
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Socialism and communism better explained by a psychologist than a political theorist.

Face Facts (2.00 / 2) (#20)
by Peahippo on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 09:46:42 PM EST

Your low pay, combined with spit-shined landscaping and Completely Legal Software Infrastructure {tm}, only makes the company a buy-out target at any time. That's the only reason your company owners are running the fucking thing anyway.

Nobody really gives a fuck. You pays sucks, so you don't. The owners only want to be given millions of dollars so they can retire to Indonesia and fuck little girls. The buyers only want to pump the business up and then sell it off for even more millions (so they can join the other owners, porking kids in Southeast Asia).

Woe, endless woe. The sooner this entire edifice of injustice and unfairness topples over, the happier I'll be.


[ Parent ]
I'll line the owners up against the wall... (1.33 / 3) (#28)
by internetslacker on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 01:32:03 AM EST

...and you can have the first shots, okay? REVOLUTION, Man. The scary thing is, I'm not entirely joking... Excellent observation, Peahippo. The Underground needs more men like you.

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[ Parent ]

Um... (none / 0) (#32)
by trhurler on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 03:45:17 AM EST

Ok, so that's around $18k per year. If all 300 people make that, that's $5.4 million a year in payroll.

Now, the odds of them actually spending several million a year in landscaping for a facility that only has 300 people are essentially nil; if you can't claim to have seen the company's books and thereby obtained proof, I don't believe you. That's the sort of landscaping budget you might find at a GM plant whose size is measured in square miles.

As for software, would you have a job if they weren't paying for it? If not, maybe you should shut your yap.

Most "knowledge businesses" and essentially all US factory businesses pay the vast majority of their revenues in payroll. Most employees neither understand this reality nor seem to care - they measure the situation in completely unrealistic ways.

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'God dammit, your posts make me hard.' --LilDebbie

[ Parent ]
hrm (none / 0) (#42)
by CAIMLAS on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 03:43:57 PM EST

it's a quarter-mile facility, and they spend the entire summer landscaping and re-landscaping the same thing over and over...

It's a non-profit, and the books are available to anyone that wants to see them. $1.6 million or so.
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Socialism and communism better explained by a psychologist than a political theorist.
[ Parent ]

Ok, (none / 1) (#52)
by trhurler on Tue Mar 08, 2005 at 08:18:54 PM EST

So they have a large facility and want to maintain it. Makes sense to me, and 1.6 million is nowhere near "several million" nor near any reasonable estimate of their payroll(remember, I didn't add in social security match or other payroll expenses, nor did I account for the fact that the average pay is probably higher than what you make. Their real payroll is probably closer to ten million.)

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'God dammit, your posts make me hard.' --LilDebbie

[ Parent ]
you are still talking. (none / 1) (#56)
by Harvey Anderson on Tue Mar 15, 2005 at 02:35:25 PM EST

You are still trying to do the 'smack down with cold hard business reality' thing.  Just stop that; you don't sound authoritative, you sound like an overcompensating dork.

[ Parent ]
So, um... (none / 0) (#57)
by trhurler on Tue Mar 15, 2005 at 07:46:38 PM EST

Have you noticed(and not just here, either,) that nobody actually cares what you think or say? And probably wouldn't care what you did either, unless it involved a felony?

I'm just asking.

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'God dammit, your posts make me hard.' --LilDebbie

[ Parent ]
God. (none / 0) (#58)
by Harvey Anderson on Tue Mar 15, 2005 at 08:02:22 PM EST

Can you possibly sound more like a 17 year old?  Your insults sound like they were handed to you by a camp counselor who caught you crying after people you wished you were more like made fun of you.

But ignoring that...

You obviously care that I care to express an opinion on you, even if you may claim to not care about the contents of that opinion (dubious; I doubt you'd give me the same response if I was complimentary..)

But at least in regards to my posts about you, I usually get a smattering of 3s and 0s which would indicate some strong feelings from some quantity of other people.

In conclusion, you're gay.

[ Parent ]

Leave. (none / 0) (#35)
by Nosf3ratu on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 10:29:20 AM EST

Now.


Woo!
[ Parent ]
Nobody I've worked for has ever read my blog (1.25 / 4) (#17)
by MichaelCrawford on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 06:15:06 PM EST

I know this because, from time to time, I'm forced by circumstances to tell a client that I have schizoaffective disorder. I tell them about it when it gets so bad I can't work anymore. That's rare, but does happen sometimes.

It always comes as a complete surprise to them. Yet it would take about two finds to find out that I'm mentally ill by asking google.

What I find most comforting though, is that my clients generally still want to work with me, once I recover to the point that I can work again.


--Could you use a software consultant with seventeen years experience?


Why would they have to google for it? (2.66 / 6) (#19)
by Anonymous Howards End on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 07:35:34 PM EST

Couldn't they just wait for a New York minute, which appears to be how long you can go without telling everyone within earshot about how fascinatingly special you are?
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CodeWright, you are one cowardly hypocritical motherfucker.
[ Parent ]
There are people I'm trying to help by doing that (2.40 / 5) (#21)
by MichaelCrawford on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 10:02:15 PM EST

... the majority of the mentally ill who feel they must hide in the darkness just to survive.

If it weren't for them I wouldn't make such a spectacle of myself. I want them to know there is nothing to hide.


--Could you use a software consultant with seventeen years experience?


[ Parent ]

Even if... (3.00 / 2) (#22)
by Stick on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 10:31:18 PM EST

They had a disorder that made them eat poop?


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Stick, thine posts bring light to mine eyes, tingles to my loins. Yea, each moment I sit, my monitor before me, waiting, yearning, needing your prose to make the moment complete. - Joh3n
[ Parent ]
Ewww... (none / 0) (#46)
by mcgrew on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 07:10:23 PM EST

Don't give it to me! How'd you catch it?

"The entire neocon movement is dedicated to revoking mcgrew's posting priviliges. This is why we went to war with Iraq." -LilDebbie
[ Parent ]

Easy (none / 0) (#50)
by Stick on Tue Mar 08, 2005 at 12:00:17 PM EST

In my mouth. oh sorry, you were asking about the disorder.


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Stick, thine posts bring light to mine eyes, tingles to my loins. Yea, each moment I sit, my monitor before me, waiting, yearning, needing your prose to make the moment complete. - Joh3n
[ Parent ]
Never mind the slackjaws' comments, Michael (none / 0) (#27)
by internetslacker on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 01:28:15 AM EST

I know what it's like living with a mental disorder too...but I've found most people who go through great mental anguish are often the most compassionate. So never mind the troll bleatings, mon ami.

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[ Parent ]

Get fired for blogging (none / 1) (#23)
by buck on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 10:59:59 PM EST

posting to k5 and /. still OK. Go figure.
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So you, too, have noticed (2.62 / 8) (#24)
by Kasreyn on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 11:37:14 PM EST

that the most read journals are the ones which update 5 times a day, regardless of content? As a person who has to spend 10 hours a day away from the internet, this has been rather irritating.

And while I'm irrationally singling people out for scorn, how about those fuckers who have had online journals since 1998 and have thousands of readers and are considered underground cultural icons, and you hear about them, and you go check them out, and you discover they are just as vapid and empty as their me-too'ing readers?


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We never asked to be born in the first place."

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You hit it right on the friggin' head (2.00 / 2) (#26)
by internetslacker on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 01:24:10 AM EST

Kasreyn, I couldn't have said it better myself. I don't update my site unless I have an article ready. And, yes, it's often true, those who succeed do so just for the simple fact they were first on the scene. All I gotta say is, don't let the bastards get you down and keep doing what it is you love doin'.

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[ Parent ]

haha (none / 1) (#34)
by Nosf3ratu on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 10:27:43 AM EST

you ARE a me-tooer.

irony++


Woo!
[ Parent ]

hehe (none / 0) (#37)
by internetslacker on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 01:42:48 PM EST

Hmm...okay, let me try to explain, Nosf3ratu. Keep up with me.

When a person makes a statement, I either agree or disagree with that person in an honest manner.

Simple, eh? Hang in there, troll-tooer. irony--

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[ Parent ]

You're not fun. (none / 0) (#40)
by Nosf3ratu on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 01:51:18 PM EST

n!t


Woo!
[ Parent ]
That's the best troll compliment... (2.33 / 3) (#41)
by internetslacker on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 01:52:33 PM EST

...a guy could ever get.

All my best to you, Nosf3ratu. Hehehehehehe.

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[ Parent ]

I resent that remark... (none / 0) (#45)
by mcgrew on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 07:09:07 PM EST

It was 1997, you wanker!

"The entire neocon movement is dedicated to revoking mcgrew's posting priviliges. This is why we went to war with Iraq." -LilDebbie
[ Parent ]

Bravo! (1.66 / 3) (#44)
by mcgrew on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 07:04:37 PM EST

Excellent! I wish I'd seen it in the que so I could have voted it up.

"The entire neocon movement is dedicated to revoking mcgrew's posting priviliges. This is why we went to war with Iraq." -LilDebbie

Thank you mcgrew (none / 0) (#47)
by internetslacker on Mon Mar 07, 2005 at 09:06:26 PM EST

I'm glad it brought you a chuckle or two, mon ami.

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[ Parent ]

IM "pranks?" (2.50 / 2) (#49)
by flaw on Tue Mar 08, 2005 at 02:46:34 AM EST

Hey internetslacker. I read your "pranks" page. Nothing on there is funny. Improve.

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Nothing he does is funny. (none / 0) (#53)
by kitten on Sat Mar 12, 2005 at 04:04:32 PM EST

And his claims to the contrary notwithstanding, he's a piss-poor writer. (Or is that Writer? He likes to capitalize random words. Yes, the hilarity never stops with internetslacker.)

As far as I can tell, whoever thought up the phrase "We're laughing at you, not with you" had this guy in mind when he coined it. Maybe that's the real joke.
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[ Parent ]
I wasn't laughing at all. [n/t] (none / 0) (#54)
by flaw on Sat Mar 12, 2005 at 11:03:54 PM EST



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[ Parent ]
Escape from your cubicle now! (none / 0) (#59)
by danbloom on Fri Mar 25, 2005 at 11:07:24 PM EST

http://escapefromyour.blogspot.com
Global writer, global thinker
I got fired from work for my blog (none / 0) (#60)
by romiustexis on Wed Aug 10, 2005 at 07:10:47 AM EST

Though i did not try enough of the the tricks that were suggested. http://selfhelpcenter.blogspot.com/ What were once the crazy going on's at an Anonymous court house and Self Help Center and Law library. But then I got fired for this friggin blog. So enjoy the blog, really.

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