Thursday, June 4, 2009

This isn't transportation related, but I thought I should explain why I'll be blogging less and less in the future. My neighbor must have sold a bodily organ because he bought this toy. Everyday when I get up in the morning, I just can't see myself going to work and sitting in front of a computer every day. Glenn, I'm not feeling so well (cough cough).


Holly said...

Hey, you could telecommute, right?
I mean, how hard is it to write a paragraph or two, in between activities? Plus, if you telecommute, you are saving some carbon emissions, I believe.

SRTC Staff said...

I hadn't thought of that Holly, but it's brilliant! A win-win situation. I win because I work from my laptop on the giant trampoline and the environment wins because I'm not polluting it. I'm forwarding this to the boss. (now could you maybe suggest I get a raise?)

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