[John Doe] will be out of the office until Tuesday, August 2. He mayh read his e-mail but it mayh not be on the same day that it is sent.
Over a decade of experience has taught me that overuse of email is the worst obstacle to my ability to work at maximum efficiency for the good of my clients. Therefore I am reducing my use of email. If you have an important communication for me please either telephone me at […] or send me a fax at […]. Please feel free to ask for either Paralegal [Jane Doe] or Firm Administrator [Mary Major] if you call on the telephone and I am not available. You may also feel free to email [Jane] at […@…com] or [Mary] at […@…com]. Thank you very much for your courtesy.
I hate internet video. I almost never watch anything online (um, except actual TV shows or movies on Netflix or Hulu, duh!). When people link to clips on Facebook or Twitter, I won’t click on the link; and if I’m tricked into clicking on such a link, I immediately close the page as soon as I realize that it’s video. I’m honestly not totally sure why.
Looking over Tumblr’s post options, I thought, “I’ll *never* use the video option.”
But this clip is golden. (However, even at 14 seconds, it’s too long. It should end after Jason Bateman’s second line.)