Monthly Archives: June 2011

THE CONTEXT IS THE CONTENT

When you’re getting an underground train, do you ever stop to listen to the buskers?
Nope, me neither.
The reason you’re in the underground is to get a train.
You’re not down there to listen to live performances by street musicians.
You’ve got something else on your mind.
And that’s not just in London. Read more on THE CONTEXT IS THE CONTENT…

THE CHAIRMAN’S WIFE IN HOT PANTS

Imagine the elderly wife of the chairman of a giant company.
She visits her husband at work one day and notices he can’t help staring at all the young secretaries in hot-pants.
All these girls have legs that go on forever.
She thinks “I’d like him to look at me that way.”
So she goes out and buys herself a pair of hot pants.
Then she wears them when her husband comes home.
She says “Well, what do you think?”
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TIGHT TARGETS, LOOSE CONTROLS.

One day I was working at home and I noticed a scuffle in the garden.
I looked out the window and there were two little fox cubs running and jumping all over the lawn.
Then rolling around wrestling on the grass.
Then jumping up and chasing each other again.
It was exactly like watching two children play.
Then I looked at the back of the garden and there was a much bigger fox.
I assume it was the mother.
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DOMESDAY SCENARIO

In 1066, after he conquered England, William wanted to know exactly what he’d got.
So he commissioned the first-ever national census.
The Domesday Book.
It was a massive project, the first of it’s kind.
Written by hand on sheepskin.
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