#2
welcome to every meeting ever

longing rusted furnace daybreak seventeen benign nine homecoming one freight car
#4
You should be fired for screwing off in a staff meeting.

Your boss should be fired for wasting employee hours having you attend a staff meeting that isn't relevant.
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin
#6
You've comfortably made my opinion for me moonyboo.

I'll also point out: Audio is in mono, bad show boys, bad show.
o()o

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#7
I hate meetings, because like you, usually 5% at most ever applies to me.

I then subsequently switch off entirely, daydreaming about what I'm gonna eat later.

Then the conversation eventually comes round to me and I haven't a clue what anyone is talking about.
#8
If there are 20 people there 5% apples to you is perfectly fair
WHAT A
HORRIBLE
NIGHT TO
HAVE A
CURSE.
#9
After it goes down, you should drop "Pfft, that was more like a staff meating, am I right boys?"
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#10
Quote by ElMaco
If there are 20 people there 5% apples to you is perfectly fair


Orange you glad I noticed that...
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin
#11
Talk about funneling workflow to incorporate growth strategies and encourage synergy within the workplace environment.
#12
Also were there any other fruits and what was your share of them
WHAT A
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NIGHT TO
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CURSE.
#13
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You've comfortably made my opinion for me moonyboo.

I'll also point out: Audio is in mono, bad show boys, bad show.


bad, bad show

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#14
What was the meeting about, though? Not bothering customers when they're feeling out the instrument? Or trying to one-up sales after already one-upping them? Or asking for my phone number and having to spend 5 minutes to transact for a pack of Dunlop Jazz III's?


Because, yeeeahhhhh... if you could do that, that would be greeeaaaat.... thaaaaanks.
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#15
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Talk about funneling workflow to incorporate growth strategies and encourage synergy within the workplace environment.


we need some blue sky thinking there

longing rusted furnace daybreak seventeen benign nine homecoming one freight car
#16
Saw this the other day
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#17
I have never been in an irrelevant meeting I'm sure it's just a matter of time though v
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#18
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Saw this the other day


What's really messed up is that those work...
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin
#19
I imagine staff meetings in guitar stores go:

"You, dumb floor Kid. Keep selling junky Squiers"


"You, tech guy. Keep on charging stupid money for guitar setups"


And "Everybody else, make sure to push line 6 junk"
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#20
i usually run staff meetings so all of it is relevant to me

get a job as a person in charge and that makes meetings great
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#21
Quote by theogonia777
i usually run staff meetings so all of it is relevant to me

get a job as a person in charge and that makes meetings great


I agree with this.

I run very short meetings. Agenda, discussion, decision, done.

Makes for happy coworkers.
“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin
#22
I had a boss once who had "standing" meetings. Just went into a room with a table and no chairs. He introduced things, we told him stuff, he gave us directions, and then five minutes later we were done.

10/10 meeting style
#23
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I had a boss once who had "standing" meetings. Just went into a room with a table and no chairs. He introduced things, we told him stuff, he gave us directions, and then five minutes later we were done.

10/10 meeting style


“Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”
Charles Darwin
#24
Quote by M00NAGEDAYDREAM
is this an ama?

how do you feel about emma watsons terrible beat boxing?

https://youtu.be/HVIc1YOmKS8
it is a hmu

charming is the word i am thinking of.
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If there are 20 people there 5% apples to you is perfectly fair
yeah well there were 4 people here. there is usually 7 and it takes even longer.
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What was the meeting about, though? Not bothering customers when they're feeling out the instrument? Or trying to one-up sales after already one-upping them? Or asking for my phone number and having to spend 5 minutes to transact for a pack of Dunlop Jazz III's?

Because, yeeeahhhhh... if you could do that, that would be greeeaaaat.... thaaaaanks.
nah this was at the church building. i uh... forgot most of the topics. camp was a big one. i mentioned billboard signs for advertisement and that took a while. then we stopped sometime after that i can't remember.
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i usually run staff meetings so all of it is relevant to me

get a job as a person in charge and that makes meetings great
i oversee a large volunteer base. a small employee base, based on checks and balances not hierarchy, oversees me.

what do you do?
#25
There are two kinds of people: Sheep and sharks.

You're a shark. Sharks are winners and they don't look back 'cause they don't have necks. Necks are for sheep.
My God, it's full of stars!
#26
Quote by Dreadnought
There are two kinds of people: Sheep and sharks.

You're a shark. Sharks are winners and they don't look back 'cause they don't have necks. Necks are for sheep.
this is my "two kinds of people" doo-hick

you either view sadness as the absence of happiness- or happiness as the absence of sadness.
#28
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There are two kinds of people: Sheep and sharks.

Sheep and sharks are, by definition, not people. Time to stop taking drugs.
Free Ali
#29
Quote by chrismendiola
Sheep and sharks are, by definition, not people. Time to stop taking drugs.


Don't worry about definitions. Let me worry about blank
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#30
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Don't worry about definitions. Let me worry about blank


My God, it's full of stars!