Tara's Meeting

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As a prize for winning last time's Caption Contest, Tara requested a song written on the topic of meetings in her office. So I came up with this.

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Blogger Tara said...

HAhaha (giggle, snort)!!! You are sooooo awesome, I'm speechless. I laughed till I cried, Sarah, thank you soo freaking much!!

21/8/05 10:02  
Blogger Worldgineer said...

I will play this in my head at my next meeting.

21/8/05 12:00  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

Ha! Thanks, I needed a good laugh.

21/8/05 14:06  
Blogger Worldgineer said...

This has nothing to do with meetings. Unless you have a laptop.


One of the better games being the one where you try to catch the eggs and not, well, the other stuff falling out of a chicken's backside.

21/8/05 18:35  
Blogger Nicotine Jones said...

Excellent! I think you captured how I feel about meetings! Usually a waste of time. Just let me work and go home...

21/8/05 19:24  
Blogger Tara said...

Nicotine Jones said...
Just let me work and go home...

Amen to that. The ironic thing is that the meetings are about how productive we've been that week. Well we could be more productive if we weren't sitting there listening to recycled words.

21/8/05 20:19  
Blogger K.S.G. said...

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22/8/05 03:45  
Blogger K.S.G. said...

I loved the song enough to place it on my ipod.

I thought, in a odd fashion if you would, something akin to bright eyes. (simple melody with lyrics that force you to listen…humming along optional, but only after the preresequite first few trips around)

I didn’t think it to be funny (perhaps I missed the boat) rather a I thought it a bit sad, perhaps it's just an accurate portrait of human nature in the every day work place. I duuno

The ocean of hostility amidst the island of tranquility...(an island whose shores are being invaded. )

Your only savior…a hot cup of coffee (no GTA pun intended)

22/8/05 04:03  
Anonymous normzone said...

That one's a keeper. When's your CD coming out?

22/8/05 11:29  
Anonymous grump said...

If we wern't engaged, I'd ask you to marry me.

22/8/05 13:44  
Blogger Steve DeGroof said...

grump said... "If we wern't engaged, I'd ask you to marry me."

What, Noble proposed?

22/8/05 15:41  
Anonymous normzone said...

Why would you want to marry someone you're enraged at?

22/8/05 17:10  
Blogger columbus said...

I'm inclined to agree with k.s.g. about it being akin to a Bright Eyes song. Inclined to agree, but not going to, b/c Conor can't sing.

Maybe it's the Crown Royal but I liked it.

22/8/05 22:52  
Blogger Joel said...

This kicked so much corporate butt. I first heard it in the Blue Bottle yesterday when dad played it on the laptop, and I couldn't make out a single word. I thought you were just singing the original song. "She did it on a dare," I said to dad.

But now that I listen to the words, I am entertained and filled with admiration. Googlecentechelon.

23/8/05 07:50  
Blogger Lukas Abrhm said...

that's hilarious...and i can't believe GTA is so well known now...and not like the first one which was actually banned everywhere but here and australia. besides...goto maddox.xmission.com and check out what it really looks like when you zoom in on that hot cup of coffee.

(don't know if this makes sense...because, well...i don't today.)

23/8/05 14:16  
Blogger k_sra said...

I had to google GTA for that one. I am so not in the loop. But now I know that there was a separate program sold under the name of "Hot Coffee" that unlocked a mini sex scene in the game not put there by the original creators. And so it was banned.

You learn something new every day.

Oh, and I'm glad you all liked the song. I am gratified.

23/8/05 15:07  
Blogger k_sra said...

lukas' maddox link. Very funny stuff.

23/8/05 15:27  

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