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Mar 29, 2010
My boss requested a slide deck pulling multiple sources of information about a product together into one deck. I saw that it would revolutionalize how we sold the product and sincerely went to work on the project. A Month later after many revisions in which I had been requested to make constant changes, my manager decided to take the coherent sides down to just 10 slides by adding information to each slide as pop-ups until it was unreadable. To make it worse, my boss felt he had created a master piece.

To prove that there is a GOD and prove he is an engineer, just before we were scheduled to do a road trip to present the Picasso, they pulled the plug and the project was never spoken of again. Conclusion I got paid to learn some cool new PowerPoint tricks, so I consider it: Engineer 1 and Boss 0
Mar 17, 2010
haha, no, i literally just bought a house and had no idea what a racket those darn things can cause until now! (had I stayed with my last job I would have gone nuts... or quit... at times I wondered if Dilbert was based off of my old office)
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Mar 16, 2010
Maybe he's the nephew of the PHB and can only aspire to one point...
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Mar 16, 2010
Is it me or does Logan's head look like the end of an over-used felt-tip pen?
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Mar 16, 2010
Come to think of it, there's probably a decent-sized market for translating PowerPoint presentations from human to anvil.
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