"I will not tolerate any rotten rockabillies in my employ."
November 15, 2014 8:47 AM   Subscribe

Memos from Bear Cave. Inspired by the 1970s memos of perpeptually apoplectic Edward "Tiger Mike" Davis ("I am not fond of hippies, long-hairs, dope fiends, or alcoholics"), SomethingAwful writers created a series about the manliest CEO in the 1970s soup-manufacturing industry. While Tiger Mike is hard to top, the saga of JD Boruff, who swims in his own soup and monitors his employees' toilet flushes, takes on a strange and hilarious charm as its universe expands.

There are eighteen epistolary stories in the series to date, indexed below the fold. posted by rorgy (2 comments total) 25 users marked this as a favorite
I like Memos from Bear Cave, but my heart will always belong to Monstergeddon (previously).
posted by Faint of Butt at 9:18 AM on November 15, 2014

Hilarious and terrifyingly real, I think I've worked for this fake soup CEO. . .

Anyway, this is worth it for referencing one of my favorite MeFi posts ever (by Felix) - the story of Tiger Mike Davis (who, ahem, as a 27 year old chauffeur married the 69 year old woman he drove around, which tickles me to no end): Grifters, Oil Men, Tabloids, The Scrappy Ingenue, The Titans and the Hardass: An American Story
posted by barchan at 9:37 AM on November 15, 2014

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