Monday, August 28, 2006
Tabby Lane, crackerjack reporter for the Blue Green Power Plant, has returned to the staff. She will be working in the Headquarters building in Miami, Florida and also on the road. Her first new assignment since her triumphant return will be to interview Hecot Smithly, the Indianapolis man who was absorbed by a towel almost a year ago to this day. Congratulations Tabby.
Hecot Smithly, the man who was absorbed by a towel has agreed to grant an interview with Tabby Lane, granted that The Blue Green Power Plant re-hire her and apologize to her for disparaging her for resigning and criticizing this news organization. How about it Tabby? Will you come back for one more interview? The organization is willing to offer you a 5% pay raise and pay for your flight from Edinburgh to Indianapolis.
Saturday, August 12, 2006
Tabby Lane is working at Starbucks in Edinburgh. It is a classic tragedy. She fell from "Top-notch-reporter" to barista's assistant. One can only assume that she regrets resigning from The Blue Green Power Plant.
Friday, August 11, 2006
Bill Dafferty, the Bluegreenplant reporter who came crawling back to beg for his job, has been given an office described by others as "crappy." Previously, he was at the top of the list to get a corner office, but then he quit in a meaningless protest, along with two colleagues who are now unemployed.
Monday, August 07, 2006
A reporter who pompously resigned from Bluegreen Power Plant in a showboating manner, Bill Dafferty, has telephoned Bluegreenplant headquarters and requested his job back. Bill was a crackerjack reporter stationed in Aukland, New Zealand. Because the staff here believes in forgiveness and because of the of the quality of his work, he will be rehired, but he will be paid on the new employees' pay scale. Bluegreen plant congratulates him for coming to his senses.