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Dude, Yer Robots R Crap 4Ever!!

Kill Your Co-Workers, by Flying Lotus. [more inside]
posted by bwg on Nov 6, 2010 - 11 comments

Rate your coworkers

Rate your coworkers. You know that person in the cubicle who sniffs and coughs constantly? Or the one who takes the last cup of coffee and doesn't make a new pot? What about that guy who never refills the copier with paper? Or the one who brings in her daughter's Girl Scout cookie order form and expects you to buy something? Or the one who takes your ideas and passes them off as his own? Don't get mad, rate 'em!
posted by John of Michigan on Jan 13, 2008 - 30 comments

Passive-aggressive notes from roommates, neighbors, coworkers and strangers.

Passive-aggressive notes from roommates, neighbors, coworkers and strangers.
posted by chunking express on May 23, 2007 - 47 comments

Coworkers keeping you from the 'filter?

The Unspoken Language of the Office. Not to be confused with the BBC or NBC television programs. How to get back to reading MetaFilter as quickly as possible. [via lifehacker]
posted by FlamingBore on Mar 8, 2005 - 11 comments

Email as the new foreplay

Email as the new foreplay E-mail conversations between men and women have a way of turning flirtatious far more rapidly than do their telephonic equivalents. People are less inhibited in e-mail: It's why flameouts happen so quickly. One cannot temper anger or dismay with tone and body language (and those awful emoticons don't come close to substituting for the human face). It's easier to be brave when talking to a screen. Not that we MeFiers would know anything about flameouts.
posted by orange swan on Jan 22, 2003 - 21 comments

NYT: CBS's JAG To Explore Terror Military Tribunal

NYT: CBS's JAG To Explore Terror Military Tribunal
    The Pentagon is reportedly very happy with the show. The episode portraying the secret trial of a Saudi-born terrorist will air on April 30. In this week's episode, a character feels stung when his coworkers favor someone else to win a race in a betting pool. (1, 2)
posted by rschram on Mar 30, 2002 - 4 comments

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