Monday, December 11, 2006

Feel the love

Sometimes I question the “family” aspect of my company. They love to tell us that we are a family here at the office and we should treat each other that way. The following picture shows the activities located directly behind my office on Friday. This happening began at about noon.


Now I ask you, the internet, how would you react to this sort of activity were it near your family?

We continued to work until closing time, and some of us past that.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Too bad your office is paperless. That was a golden opportunity to say "it was lost in the fire..." to anything you can't find.

***** said...

live together, work together, die of smoke inhalation together...

cadiz12 said...

yeah, that was me, cadiz. i hate blogger beta right now.

cadiz12 said...

jon, you are the unlucky recipient of all of my nonessential comments today. i apologize.

Syar said...

Looks like a nice family bonfire. Anybody whipped out their barbequeing aprons? That would've been a nicer picture.

Syar said...

Not that I'm questioning your photography skills.

cadiz12 said...

it'd pretty hard to get a steak medium rare in that firepit.

omar said...

Maybe they were protecting you by keeping you from having to drive through all the emergency vehicles and such.

Or maybe they hate you. It's hard to say without a little more detail.

Gloria Glo said...

Tell them to work harder. Obvious.

cadiz12 said...

well they DO say you're "family."

Lauren said...

Whoa. I would've hauled ass outside to photograph the event all day and therefore leaving my "family" to do all of the dirty work. Like staying alive. Good job family, way to live.

omar said...

(Sigh) Remember November, when Jon posted every day?

Jon said...

Well, I think it's pretty clear what WASN'T on my NY's resolutions list...

Syar said...

On the one hand, November freaked me out because I had all this sudden responsibility to come here everyday to read and comment. Not that I mind that at all, its just, you get so used to just checking in every once in two months.

Now...yeah...is there no happy medium we can achieve here, Jon?