Friday, October 14, 2005

I work in a building filled with engineers where overheard hallway conversations consist largely of technical jargon and acronyms that make little sense and of codewords used to disguise intellectual secrets from passing visitors. Quality problems called fishhooks and chips called Ranier or Lakeport.

Today I heard this:
"After the rooster got in there I'm afraid to give you any.
You know, when you crack the egg into the pan, you don't want a blob in there."

To be honest, I don't know if this was a discussion of chickens or not.

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