So, what kind of office with actual employees and filing cabinets and everything is still using an ink jet printer?
It was going fine until the USMNT laid a big giant egg against Honduras. The USMNT kinda sucks. Otherwise, I still have a job and an office with a door, so life isn’t TOO awful.
Damn! I was all set to make a Alt-Comedy Double Dare for adults joke until someone in the Youtube comments beat me to it. On a related note, I’m kind of embarrassed and mortified that I ever shared a similar thought with a Youtube commenter.
The best case scenarios is not that the company goes out of business. The best case scenario is that the company feels the pressure of boycott and that forces people to change their mind about the issue creating the boycott.
But if they do go out of business, well, people need to eat, and if Chik-Fil-A goes out of business, people will find a different place to eat. Those places will then hire more people due to increased demand at their restaurants. That’s pretty high level, but it’s more or less how the industry works. Restaurants go out of business all the time for non-boycott reasons, and new ones start up all the time. So long as I have a choice of where to buy lunch, there’s nothing wrong with basing part of that choice on the political beliefs of the owners.
I used to work at a big accounting firm that no longer exists because of the actions of a few stupid people in Houston. All of that company’s former clients still needed to be audited, and have tax work done, so they hired the remaining big accounting firms. Those firms then needed more people to work for them due to the increased work load. We all pretty much got new jobs doing the same thing for someone else. The demand will still exist, it will just get supplied somewhere else.
Personally, I base my choice not to eat at Chik-Fil-A on the fact that the food isn’t very good. Anything else is just a bonus.
NBA on TNT was pretty funny. I think next time Barkley hosts, they should just have Kenan Thompson host as Charles Barkley.
Romney was actually going to go bigger, but he had to limit it to what he had in his wallet at the time. No one likes a guy who can’t cover his bets.
Does it have to be a regular cast member? Because Rob Huebel has been on the show before, and the funniest thing he’s done is Follow Friday.