Holy CRAP. The first back-to-back memos in HISTORY. When I founded this company 150-someodd years ago, I never thought I’d see the day when… excuse me, I’m just… no, no, it’s nothing… it’s just… something in my eye… ohhhh… I’d better get on with the business…
A German museum is displaying a live replica of Vincent Van Gogh’s ear. The ear is part of a uniquely German exhibition called “This Could Be Kinky.”
The US federal government recently seized over $138,000 in cash at a Minnesota airport because the money smelled like marijuana. In related news, Colorado has preemptively filed for bankruptcy.
112 and still kicking- literally! Happy Birthday to Anna from maintenance, who celebrated by scoring the winning goal in our corporate soccer league championship! See you at the World Cup!
Nic Pizzolatto, creator of the hit HBO series True Detective, has announced that the show’s second season will feature three new leads and a California setting. It is tentatively titled Two Guys, a Girl, and a Taco Place.
Under Obamacare, prostitutes at Nevada’s legal brothels are now entitled to group health insurance. However, it costs extra.
Jerry, I’m pretty sure those are not the words to “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.”
Ann B. Davis, most famous for playing housekeeper Alice on The Brady Bunch, has died. And still, all anyone wants to talk about is Marcia.
Scientists have discovered a so-called “mega-Earth,” a planet with 17 times the mass of ours. “Yes, it is bloated, distant, and inhospitable,” said astronomer Jans Bjornson, “but enough about Kanye West.”
Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak caused a stir on Twitter recently when he called global warming alarmists “unpatriotic racists.” In a subsequent poll of Wheel of Fortune fans, 11% agreed with Sajak, 4% disagreed, and 85% said, “What’s Twitter?”
As part of our recent naming rights deal, the sixth floor conference room will henceforth be known as the Nabisco Ritz Fresh Stacks Everything Crackers conference room. Please plan accordingly.
Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o has been cast in the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII. “After those last three films,” said Star Wars creator George Lucas after the announcement, “I decided to try real actors.”
The “Godfather of Ecstasy,” Dr. Alexander Shulgin, has died. His widow, Ann, has released a statement reading, “In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to raving your goddamn face off.”
This is the most regular I’ve been in years!