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Monday, December 02, 2002

Who has the power now, buddy?

Gotta be careful here. I've heard of people losing their jobs for less. Nevertheless...a quick observation:

There is a significant amount of satisfcation in walking into a bathroom while whistling some classical piece (it might have been something from Ravel) and discovering an authority figure bellied up to the urinal. The satisfaction grows when you note your little tune (maybe it was Bach) has stopped the authority figure's progress at said urinal.

But perhaps the greatest satisfcation is being able to start and finish your business, wash your hands, and whistle your way out the door while said authority figure is still trying to get re-started.

There just might be something to be said for whistling while you work.

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