October 20, 2013
Looks like we're about to lose another tree. I'm a bit surprised it hasn't gone over already.
I think that when a human engineer lives a good life, he's reincarnated as a beaver. Look at all the advantages:
No venture capitalists
No one nagging to have an IPO, either.
No government regulations
Imagine! The beavers are making all these changes to the environment, around creeks and streams, and they don't have to comply with EPA wetlands regulations!
And no Environmental Impact Statement!
For a beaver, a project is done when they're finished with it.
Beavers work on whatever they want to work on. And amazingly enough, they accomplish a lot.
Lots of sex
These are rodents, after all, and rodents are legendarily lusty!
No marketing department
Beavers decide for themselves what features to provide in their finished product.
Posted by: Mikeski at October 20, 2013 12:48 PM (Zlc1W)
No ankle biters.
No one feels they need to tell a beaver what's wrong with his work and how it would be better if he'd done it a different way.
Posted by: Steven Den Beste at October 20, 2013 03:24 PM (+rSRq)
Posted by: ubu at October 20, 2013 06:59 PM (S/B4k)
Why take time away from what you're working on to discuss what management doesn't understand about your project?
Posted by: Mauser at October 21, 2013 03:30 AM (TJ7ih)
Posted by: Steven Den Beste at October 22, 2013 12:34 PM (+rSRq)
If the job doesn't go as specified, either (a) it doesn't matter, (b) another species cleans it up for you, or (c) you can just eat your mistakes!
Posted by: Mikeski at October 22, 2013 12:56 PM (Zlc1W)
Enclose all spoilers in spoiler tags:
[spoiler]your spoiler here[/spoiler]
Spoilers which are not properly tagged will be ruthlessly deleted on sight.
Also, I hate unsolicited suggestions and advice. (Even when you think you're being funny.)
At Chizumatic, we take pride in being incomplete, incorrect, inconsistent, and unfair. We do all of them deliberately.
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