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I think you may have a warped view of what kind a place I work at. These guys are horrified by just the IDEA of marijuana for crissakes.
I mean that is some serious proof you got there.
Frankly, you would be a lot more credible if you spelled the word Mormon properly. Three times now on this thread you have spelled it "Morman". Are you doing this on purpose?
I'm sorry I missed your point. If I had to explain why I missed your point I would say it is because you were simply wrong. I mocked him because his proof of me being BTF's biggest BS artist is two extremely minor stories/opinions that he apparently does not believe are true or disagrees with me on my side of the opinion.
It's is also amusing to see the hyperbole that you are now bandying about. The lengths I will go to? My rebuttal to you was a one sentence statement. What length wouldn't have amazed you? See Spot run? You spent more time on your snark against me than I did in replying to it.
I like the drunken champagne and beer soaked celebrations. I wish I had a job where we had reasons to do stuff like that. Alas...
Die hard, Chris, die hard. I'm sure Joey B is real proud of you taking up his cause for him. How much longer would you like to quibble over something that doesn't involve you?
The software company I work for used to be a subsidiary of a PR/Advertisement firm. Whenever the PR firm would land a big contract or retain a big contract, they would call everyone to the meeting room for a glass of bubbly. These events usually occurred between 10 and 11 am and would last for ~15 min, everyone would only have 1 glass and listen to how awesome so and so has been in landing the contract.
About 45 min later the President or a VP would be pushing the unfinished & unopened bottles around on a cart, refilling glasses and handing out bottles to whomever wanted them. It was commonplace to have consumed 3-5 glasses of champagne before lunch.
Those were the good days.
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