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wow az, i missed that whole cubicle phenom. mostly worked for smaller businesses & then started & ran my own for the last 21-yrs. commercial rent being what it is, my office was very small, but there wasn't anyone looking over my shoulder. recently retired, now my home office is even smaller. i did like the singer's voice, though! D.K.
"My Cubicle" song ahs been making the rounds at the place I work for a few weeks.There is also a Wierd Al version of this song "Your Pitiful"http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5482774Good for laughs.
Going to College is one of the best ways to learn how to become an idiot. I can't believe some of the stupid things they teach there.Get skills kids, go to trade schools. Forget college unless becoming a doctor or dentist. I'm off to help with the friendship dinner.
Thanks for the links!!Also thanks for stopping by my blog. "i want to apologize, people of this world, for the jerks currently in power in my country.... their decisions are not my decisions..in fact if they worked for me, i would fire them...wait, they do work for me!!"I thought this was really heartfelt, and it is good to see Americans like you. It is not your fault that the US government doesn't know what they are doing. They are no longer Americans, but people like you still are.BBC said: "Going to College is one of the best ways to learn how to become an idiot. I can't believe some of the stupid things they teach there."My Iranian math teacher stated the same thing in math class. He said college doesn't really prepare students for their career. And I agree. Most of the stuff I've learned in college, has not affected my life in anyway. I've mostly learned how to memorize and that is about it. I've also had great professors, but agree with you otherwise BBC. I'll be checking back azagoddess. I like your blog :-)
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