Work problems are sometimes like sledding downhill with a gorilla. First, stay on the sled. Second, keep the gorilla there too.
For some people, even simple problems are like rocket calculus nuclear brain physics surgery.
Of course he doesn't have a plan-B. He doesn't even have a plan-A.
Occasionally I'm told "I kept clicking a bunch of stuff on my computer, and it started working again." I'm just glad they aren't surgeons.
Sometimes I feel like someone who doesn't know, asking someone who doesn't care.
I'm optimistic about the future of my business: I just bought a box of 500 invoice envelopes.
Times are tough: Due to layoffs, it's now Ali Baba and the 30 thieves.
He was ousted from his sole proprietorship. He was self-employed, but a power-struggle began when his schizophrenia started.
Perhaps the toilet business is the new success story. After all, it seems that's where everything is going nowadays.
Another failed product idea: Mister Onion Head.
When you know that you don't know, then you know more than if you didn't know you didn't know.
Sometimes I work so fast I'm in danger of finishing before I've started.
Every time you call something "Mickey-Mouse," it's a copyright violation. Disney would file a lawsuit, if it weren't for their Mickey-Mouse legal department.
In the words of the immortal Gugliemo Marconi, "This ain't my first radio."
We'll meet to brainstorm a framework for a roadmap to an agenda for an action plan as we move forward.
When we become a completely paperless society, will there be Liquid Paperless?
When a web site asks "What is your dream job?" I want to answer "The guy who makes up excuses for higher gas prices."