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Re: A friend left me a note on my kitchen table


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Posted by Old Sarge on May 05, 2002 at 19:16:16 from (207.162.163.19):

In Reply to: A friend left me a note on my kitchen table posted by 4wheelerlady on May 05, 2002 at 14:09:09:

Just thot of this after posting about signs. I had a carpenter working for me in Korea as a driver in a Transportation Motor Pool, big one 280 vehicles. Any way he made me up a sign on a full sheet of plywood 4ftX8ft. Beautiful thing too dark wook letters against pine. It read

"Your criticism of this office displays your lack of administrative background, and your dimunitive grasp of the profound principles involved".

It hung behind my desk until the Inspector General, a full bull Colnel, read it and liberated it for his office. That was after he cracked up readingh it. Incidentally I got a SUPERIOR Rating on the operation of the Motor Pool.


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