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Announced at the company call today

2018-06-14 22:10:05.582307+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Announced at the company call today, so I can put it on the social medias: I have resigned from current job to go on to next job, which will be in an office, with cow-orkers, but said office will be in Petaluma.

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#Comment Re: Announced at the company call today made: 2018-06-15 20:35:47.641995+00 by: cyanse

I drew a cartoon, but I'm sure your imagination can do all the work:

A man looking aside from his screen on his desk, not at the frightened cow that had run past but at the man in cowboy hat and chaps who carried a large ... something.

"It was then that Wally realized that he shared office space with cow- orkers."

#Comment Re: Announced at the company call today made: 2018-06-15 22:23:54.844947+00 by: Dan Lyke


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