3 May 2008 cactus   » (Master)

Not worth the paper it's printed on

We have all the Intentional coworkers (well, most of them, anyway) in Budapest all week, spending most of the time in meetings. Being the funny guy that I am, I try my best to shake things up with one-liners.

So Shane was showcasing us some new features, when, as it usually happens at demonstrations, our system crashed. Francois, at that point, was shredding some of his notes, but the paper he used was such that the shredding made a lot of noise. So I asked out loud:

Were those your stocks?

Judging by the full room laughing for over a minute, it's good to know that if programming doesn't work out, I can still look forward to a lucrative career as a comedian...

Syndicated 2007-11-14 18:03:00 from cactus.rulez.org

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