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FRIDAY FUNNY: Pearls of Wisdom
This offering comes from Peter SJF Bance, author of the Friday Funny mailing list. And while this list isn't specifically facility management oriented, it crosses all boundaries and may provide a few chuckles to those who haven't already seen them.
These three offerings illustrate just how much fun can be had at work. Happy Memorial Day weekend to all!
Perhaps these cats demonstrating the six phases of work can actually be found at a call center in some far off land....
Let's cap off this week with a dumb blonde GUY joke! Why not? It's the Friday Funny, after all.
Here are some more of the most crazy, crooked buildings from around the world. Not so sure about the cats and mice, but one can only venture to guess what it would be like to live and work on one of these buildings.
These videos are purely for entertainment purposes; they are not meant to offend. Those of us at FacilityBlog take the issue of workplace safety very seriously.
Who is the most annoying person in your office? Or is you (heaven forbid)?
Some of these explosions/implosions are spectacular illustrations of how facility managers feel when frustrated by their buildings.
Typically, facility managers appreciate the classic Murphy's Laws (which go back as far as 1841, according to Wikipedia, but were formalized in 1877 at a meeting of an engineering society). This week, we have Peter SJF Bance to thank (again) for these lesser known laws from Murphy.
Less is more, at least for one innovative coffee shop in the small town of Vassalboro, ME. Owner Donald Crabtree has found a way to bolster business and bring in the customers (and job applicants) during this tough economic spike: topless servers.
With jobless rates topping 8% around the country, employers are scrambling to find options to pacify staff members left to do the work left behind. Here is a low cost option for facility managers to consider.
In order to help keep its visitors up with the times, FacilityBlog brings you this glossary of terms that apply to today's techno-times.