Monday, August 02, 2010

This is good news ... I think

The agency I work for hired a new Senior Vice President for the account I'm on. That they went outside and brought in fresh blood makes me happy. There have been rumblings that my client isn't happy with us, and if that's true, it's good to see that we aren't throwing in the towel and intend to fight for the business. Yea!

On the other hand, the previous Senior Vice President is still walking around. It's as if she's the only one who didn't get the memo welcoming the new guy.

Office life can be weird.

Guess I'll see you in Hell

Borrowed this from Kwizgiver, who found it over at Boliyou.


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August Happiness Challenge 2010 -- Day 2

I am blessed by an abiding love of silly, which helps keep me sane. If the Ren & Stimpy icon isn't evidence enough, I give you exhibit A:

Movie Monday -- Repeat after Me

Share lines from the movie you most like to quote or a list of those you quote from often, linking back here to the Bumbles.

1) My sister, my daughter ... She's my sister AND my daughter! Chinatown, a movie I've never seen its entirety, btw

2) I mean happy, like "Julie Andrews twirling around on a mountain top like a mental patient" kind of happy. The Sixth Sense

3) That's my problem! I'm an onion roll on a plate of bagels! Funny Girl

4) You're advertising's just dandy. Folk's'd never guess you don't have a thing to sell. Bonnie & Clyde

5) East is east and west is west, and if you take cranberries and stew them like applesauce they taste much more like prunes than rhubarb ever will. Now tell me what you know. Animal Crackers

6) Leave the gun. Take the cannoli. The Godfather

7) Not a bit like Cagney. Help!

8) You still think you're the cutest little trick in shoe leather. Gone with the Wind

9) Story of my life. I always get the fuzzy end of the lollipop. Some Like It Hot

10) Wouldn't it be lovely if we were old? We'd have survived all of this, and everything would be easy and uncomplicated ... like when we were young. The Way We Were