Conversations

And the Winner Is …

A Conversation “That’s quite a few trophies.” “Everyone gets one. The mundane, the superior, the evil bastards, and the luckless. Give me your worthy and I’ll honor them.” “Sounds kind of insignificant.” “Everyone deserves a medal.” “Shouldn’t we just point out the earth-shattering?” “No. That would only encourage big thoughts. We only want trivial thoughts and more trophies.” “More trophies?” “Got to keep the trophy makers in business. The more trophies, the more jobs. “ Thanks…

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High and Dry

A Conversation “Everything you are doing for me is great.” “I don’t that impression from everybody.” “I think you’re doing a great job.” “You can tell me if I’m missing the boat.” “High and dry as far as I’m concerned.” “Stranded then?” “Till the bitter end.” Thanks for reading. Leave me a comment? Other Writings You May Like Into Hagerman What We Have Here is a Failure to Communicate March 29, 2017 Scribble The Document…

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Disliked in General

A Conversation “She just blocked you?” “I guess. I can’t find her.” “Maybe she just quit.” “Maybe. At least she could have told me.” “Sounds like she did. What did you do to warrant a ban?” “Nothing.” “That could be it.” “But I’m so likable.” Thanks for reading. Leave me a comment? Other Writings You May Like March 31, 2017 Scribble What We Have Here is a Failure to Communicate What Do I Need to…

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User Error

A Conversation “The screen goes black whenever I run this macro.” “Every time?” “The spreadsheet fills up then the screen goes blank and the sheet starts filling again.” “Let’s try logging in on a different computer.” “Same result. Just black.” “Did you try a third computer?” “Yep. Same result.” “The only common element is you. I’m thinking user error.” Thanks for reading. Leave me a comment? Other Writings You May Like What We Have Here is a…

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My Craft

The Young Never Work as Hard as the Old

[aesop_image imgwidth=”850″ img=”https://wordsmithholler.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/background-84678_1280.jpg” credit=”Pixabay” align=”left” lightbox=”on” captionposition=”left” revealfx=”off”] The summer blaze charred up the ravine ending at the meadow ringed by blackened trees. The meadow grass remained singed on the corner closest to the burnt saplings and their trunks were starting to fall down. The fire burned the meadow months ago and as the grass struggled to grow back a small truck bounced over rocks next to the burn. An old man, Jay Don, with whiskers from…

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