Friday, February 13, 2009

Epic Weekly News for the week of Feb 8th

A lot has happened this week, in particular:

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is nice to see that in these troubled times, American entrepreneurship is still alive and kicking.

Jeff Walden said...

Hm, as-yet-unfounded accusations from one terrorist against an American intelligence agent that conveniently suggest religious insensitivity, furthermore in investigation of an event which, while certainly momentous and important to the US, has no direct effect on it, and beyond that, seem curiously calculated to evince outrage as a PR win for the terrorists? I call shenanigans. This feels like a carbon-copy replay of the tactics Saddam Hussein used when he claimed he'd been tortured by his American captors, except that there we were directly interested in the situation.

For his legal team it's certainly worth a try, I guess, not like he's going to have success trying anything else, but really, this is just absurd.

Anonymous said...

First Pornilus and now you are selling napkins. Are you guys 13?

Jeffrey Stedfast said...

I'm sensing the multi-level humor in this blog post is way over some people's heads...

m said...

The answer to "Are you guys 13?" is yes.

Yes, we are 13 and love every minute of it.

Miguel.

andreia|gaita said...

Ah, entrepeneurship at it's best! :)
Are the napkins branded? You really should demand branded napkins, otherwise how can you be assured of getting quality material?

Jeff Walden said...

Okay, I'll admit it -- it went over my head, or at least I didn't take the time to look for it. Given the studied ignorance in the first few posts on pgo with respect to that particular connotation, I didn't think to look for anything of the sort in this post, although clearly I should have. :-)

Jeffrey Stedfast said...

Jeff: The humor in my post is probably hard to recognize if you are not privy to the inside jokes at the Novell Cambridge office ;-)

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