November 9th, 2005

The joyful day!

So ...

A couple weeks ago I posted about a wonderful wise-ass answer I got from one of the offices. Someone called asking about a delivery, I asked her where she was, and with this wonderful smile in her voice she said "I'm at my desk".

I spoke to her evil twin today.

Me: Where are you?

Her: I'm here

Me: No, where are you?

Her: I'M HERE (now sounding confused, real confused, like she just didn't get the question)

Me: What city?

Her: (city name withhead to protect the guilty)

I love my job ... I really do
The joyful day!

I think I've done this one before ... oh well ...

If you read this, if your eyes are passing over this right now, even if we don't speak often, please post a comment with a memory of me. It can be anything you want, either good or bad. When you're finished, post this little paragraph on your blog and be surprised (or mortified) about what people remember about you.
The joyful day!

My Windycon Schedule

Friday 5:00: Narita A: We’re Friends: We’ve Never Met: In the beginning was the letter column. Then came APAs and ‘zines. The latest version of meeting friends over a distance include Usenet and ‘blogs. Coleman, Cozort, Mason, Stockman

Friday 6:00: Michigan: Radio to Book to Stage to Record to TV to Computer Game to Screen: In 1978, Douglas Adams created “The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.” It became the most successful science fiction radio show ever, garnering a Hugo nomination and spinning off into just about every possible medium. What is its history and continued appeal? Which versions stand up better than others? Coleman, A. Eisenstein, Gilliam, Pollotta

Saturday 2:00 Narita A: Alternative Windycon: The Marx Brothers: Harpo, Chico, Zeppo, Gummo, and Groucho have provided hours and hours of laughter to their fellow man. Coleman, Nye, S. Silver, Darrow, Ski

Saturday 3:00 Grand Foyer South: Concert: Eric Coleman

Sunday Noon: Michigan: Alternative Windycon: The Media and Disaster Coverage: Over the last five years, the media has had to cover numerous
disasters, from the planned mayhem of the September 11 attacks to the more recent natural calamity of Hurricane Katrina. How well does the media handle this most important task and in what ways could they improve? Coleman, Martindale, Zeldes