Monday, August 21, 2006

An Ode to Jerry the Microsoft Guy

We had our luncheon for Jerry the Microsoft Guy. We were 18 strong! That's how loved Jerry is!

And let me tell you, it was heartbreaking. For one thing, DiGiulio Brother's, although very tasty, does not "do" separate checks. Also we were saying goodbye to Jerry. And of course there was the gloom of looking forward to our project without Jerry. Then we started thinking of all the knowledge that Jerry has and how that is all going down the drain. Plus the fact that we're losing a good friend. Basically, all of these things made for a very somber lunch.

On the bright side, the Fried Eggplant Poboy, which I procured for $6.95, was friggin' delicious!

Wayne came through as usual with his Bathroom Report, although it is now spelled with an "e."
The Bathroom Reporte

Next up the bathroom reporte. We are elite; We are professional; We are the Tanory Tantrum Food Club. As a member of the food club, I have been given the task of reporting on the conditions of the bathrooms of our food club extravaganzas. Today, we ventured to eat at a restuarant called DiGiulio Brothers Italian Restaurant. The food was great, but now to why I am blogging, the bathrooms.

Today's journey was a little different. We were out saying goodbye to a dear, intelligent, and music loving friend. Here's to you Mr. I'm-Getting-Another-Job-Closer-To-Home-So-I-Don't-Have-To-Travel-So-Far-And-I-Work-For-A-Huge-Software-Company-So-I-Know-The-Big-Cheese-And-We-Play-Ping-Pong-Together Guy.

I really have to say I like when a place has a single person bathroom, one for the men and the ladies seperately though, and not a bunch of stalls and holes in the wall. The bathroom could have smelled a little better, but it was very comfortable. The door locked so no one could disturb your movement. There were a few pictures on the wall to look at, but some magazines would have been nice. All in all, it was clean and the handsoap was very moisturizing. So how many wipes you say? I give it 8 wipes outta 10. Oh yeah, the paper was soft and not the thin notebook paper some places provide.

In conclusion, I would like to wish Jerry a very happy rest of his life, as he is now dead to us. But on a serious note, enjoy Florida, the beaches, the sunshine, and your new project! And keep us in mind if you need someone to House Sit one weekend next summer!

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