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Top Ten Excuses for playing Minesweeper at Work
(submitted by BKred)
Solitaire is sooooo early '90s.
(Why work when you can play?)
You've been thinking so far outside the box, you need to reorient yourself using something with clearly defined borders.
(Hey, Fancy Talk Works with Bigwigs!)
You have sufficient evidence to believe that the smiley face at the top of your screen has possession of weapons of mass destruction.
"Look, sir, I've been playing solitaire for three months straight! Don't you think it's time for a change?"
(Good Ol' Horseface)
"Work" is relative term, and its definition shouldn't be limited to the constricted terms of what is "productive" for your employer. Don't let "The Man" tell you what you are "paid to do."
"I was trying to understand the the issue from our Cambodian client's point of view"
CNN stated that keeping your mind busy is a good way to ward off Alzheimer's. Therefore you are saving the company thousands in medical bills.
In order to competently foster economically sound paradigms and quickly leverage existing resource-leveling infrastructures synergistically because that is what the customer expects.
You have to know what color the "8" is.
"This? oh, it's a....database tool. Ever hear of data-MINING?"
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