Thursday, November 08, 2007

You got nouned.

13 comments:

creag_62 said...

good dreams and good thıngs
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Andrew said...

This is hilarious. Thank you for brightening my day.

Philomid said...

I got linked to your blog from http://freakonomics.blogs.nytimes.com/
and this blog is AWESOME. I love the humor style, thank you!

abhi. said...

haha i saw this on freakonomics too ! amazing stuff

Anonymous said...

I don't get it! Can somebody explain?

Kelsey Atherton said...

the place determines what the human is.

at home, the human is a person. At work, the human is a thing. The humor is in the fact that home is affirming and that work is dehumanizing.

/babble

Renegaducator said...

I think my favorite part of this is the title.

Chris Jeffords said...

I arrived here courtesy of the NY Times. Your blog, nay your ideas, concepts, and work are quite intriguing and I look forward to reading through them, both "old and new."

kt said...

This hits home perfectly at this moment, as I was fired this week--first time ever and after 9 years of working for a "Devil wears Prada" sort of twit.

Love your thoughts; thanks for blogging them to share!

szwagier said...

I found your site last week while looking for something else (isn't that always the way?)

This one is excellent.

Chana said...

kt - may you land on your feet, quickly, and end up being the twit's boss someday!

Anonymous said...

kelsey atherton, if that's the case, shouldn't the 'place' and 'person' labels be swapped?

Anonymous said...

@kt

I once wound up receiving a resume from a former boss who had done me wrong. It was with great satisfaction that I placed it in the wastebasket.

May you have a similar experience someday.

 
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