We advertised our big event in the university digest that sends out a list of daily events on campus. But it’s easy to get lost in the digest. It’s long and boring. Nobody will notice my event in it among so many others. What to do?
Another problem is that the digest only advertises your event the day of, and not in advance. It’s usually too late to plan an appearance once the information is published.
How to solve these problems?
I sent the notification to the digest with a wrong date. Instead of Thursday I put Wednesday. When the digest came out, I said, “Oops! Can we please have a retraction?”
The digest sent an additional email dedicated solely to my event and correcting the date. As a result, everybody noticed it. And it all happened today, which is the day before. Exactly like I wanted.
I’m starting to think I might be an immoral person.
I fell asleep in my office today. I was curled up in a huge, soft armchair with a gossipy, fun novel, it was raining, people were moseying around outside the office, preparing a big event we are putting on tomorrow, and I felt really cozy.
It’s good to be a boss.
So… Biden made it worse? Or does he, just like Trump and just like any politician, have zero control over an airborne virus? Might that be the answer?
Looks like I’ll never go to Canada again, eh?
That’s the same Merrick Garland who declared the parents protesting against the use of these materials in schools to be domestic terrorists. I wondered why he got so triggered by anti-CRT parents, and here’s the answer.
“The last time your grandparents saw you, you were three and a half years old, Klara!” I gush.
“Is it the half that’s after two or the half that’s before four?” Klara asks.
Kids ask the deepest questions.