Wednesday, January 28, 2009

You Go, Son.


Yesterday was rife with drama. We were meant to drive to Seattle for a creative presentation, but got sidetracked by a supremely annoying snowstorm. I-5 looked like a scene from Speed (the wintertime sequel). And my car never really wanted to leave the driveway. Anyway, upon returning to the den we were greeted by more hardship, in the form of faulty FTP sites and choppy Skype connections. In the midst of this madness, I cozied up to the window for a smoke and observed these two dudes (above) engaged in a daring demonstration of Yankee Ingenuity. In case it's not clear, they're using a forklift to change their tires. Incredible. I realize some of you may be thinking, big f'ing deal. To which I would respond, Whatever. Or better yet, You don't get me. Anyway, to dudes-who-use-a-forklift-to-change-their-tires, we would like to say "thanks". You give us hope.

5 comments:

LD said...

If only more of us just knew how to figure shit out - ah what a wonderful place this would be.

Think they wrote a powerpoint deck prior to going into action? You know, just so they were both on the same page.

karin said...

Too bad the High Life man campaign died...

alison said...

matt kelley is a moron.

Mutt said...

couple thoughts...Alison, that was a very mean thing to say to Ulysses. Lee, i detect sarcasm in your voice and I don't like it...not one bit. all those decks you're referring to have helped steer great brands toward safe waters. you should show more respect. Karin, your comment was smart, insightful and very timely. well done.

LD said...

speaking of sarcasm...