Thursday, February 02, 2006

That's It In a Nutshell

I sat down at my computer and wide-screen LCD monitor after driving to the office (which is right across the street from Dell, the largest computer maker in the world), turned on my high-powered PC so I could log in to the 'Net to start cranking out HTML and designs with my Wacom tablet, then reached into my shirt pocket to pull out my super-compact Cingular cellphone, and I came out with ...

... a handful of hay.

That pretty much sums it up.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just be glad you didn't put your hand down in your undershorts.

Denise said...

Agree with that... Jeff, you're sounding more and more like Oliver Douglas on this journal! I told somebody today we were talking about the phones at work and how nobody can ever connect a caller to the right person. Some of us have voice mail, some don't. Some of us have phones on our desks, some of us don't. I told a co-worker that pretty soon, we'll be climbing the pole to make a call, just like they do on "Green Acres."

Er... you might need to get away from the farm every once in a while... just a thought...

Jimmy said...

That's hilarious!
You can take a geek out of the country, but there's no telling what will be stuck in his laptop.

Jeff Hebert said...

You can take a geek out of the country, but there's no telling what will be stuck in his laptop.

Getting a geek OUT of the country's easy, it's getting him IN the country in the first place that's the challenge!