For best results, attack the person and the problem.
Bureaucracy is the most practical cure for irreconcilable differences.
You do not owe the company any share of your peace of mind.
If someone insists on picking up the check, let them. Do not argue.
Even prompt people arrive late if they value their own time.
Incompetence trumps intention.
A Blackberry’s best use is for the polite avoidance of conversation in elevators.
Bad things don’t happen to people who don’t care.
Weird, Wacky and Just Plain Embarrassing Business Names From the Grog N Groc Hall of Fame Order the book here
This comment from the business name page deserves featuring since it is an instance of the all-important “things” concept. Tracy Says: July 19th, 2006 at 11:04 am We have “Taste Good” Chinese Restaurant here, and there’s this place that was called “Ying’s” and then he added more and called it “Ying’s Wings”. That wasn’t enough, […]