I came to work naked and took a shower in the bathroom.
This ordeal is like a fire tempering a sword. It's making chewy even tougher. If he got leprosy and his arm fell off, he'd beat the shit out of a bear, dip his stump in lemon juice and sew it back on with his good hand.
I'm retired but this was probably the most embarrassing thing that happened while I was working.
In the bathroom with a co-worker, we were saying some ugly (yet true) things about a another co-worker and the married guy (also a co-worker) who she was having an affair with, when suddenly she came out of the stall behind us. She was supposed to be in a meeting but it had been canceled.
"Happiness and depression are both feelings, just like joy and anger. It's not feelings that give us problems. It's what we do with them that makes the difference."
"When I was 5 years old, my mom always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down happy. They told me I didn't understand the assignment and I told them they didn't understand life."
Was sitting in a meeting with about 20-30 other engineers, architects and managers, that had gone painfully boring. The main presenter was having technical difficulties, so an architect I've been working with started filling everyone in on an important upcoming meeting. About half way into his speech, I shifted slightly in my chair, and the armrest depressed the home button on my iPhone. Suddenly I hear this muffled "beep-beep" meaning Siri had been activated. I scrambled to get the phone out of my pocket, but I was too late. Just as I brought it up to try to cancel it, it began trying to search for what it heard. Siri's answer to the architect's long speech about how we're going to be demoing this important new feature and everyone that wants to hear about it should come: "I'm sorry, I didn't get that." At full volume.
Thankfully it was just what was needed to break the tension in the room, everyone had a good laugh. I was quite embarrassed though.
Steve Gibson on password policies[grc.com]: I mean, I don't get this change it every eight weeks. ... It's not as if passwords are traveling by camel after they've been stolen, going to the bad guys, and so there's, like, some weird eight-week window, like, oh, we're going to change your password so that the stale password no longer works. ... And all this does is make IT people despised because users, who are not dumb, they think, why am I - why do I have to do this? What problem is this solving?
A colleague, who had an affair with a colleague, while both were still married, mistakenly send a loving note to a listserv by mistake and recalling the message in Outlook is not perfect as she found out.
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