Scope it, as in Horoscope: Be careful when you ask someone to help you at work because that person may be the one who wants your job. They just may forget one tiny item that is needed to accomplish the task. One may be as simple as the on switch.
Bonehead Tip of the Day: Sure, fill up that cubicle with your entire family tree and do not worry if the branches stretch into the next workspace. YOU are the most important person at work. Remember that. It’s one thing to say “Good Morning,” it’s another to really mean it. Try just saying “Morning.”
Trivia: The motto on the first U.S. coins in 1789 was “Mind Your Own Business.” My business card says the same thing. The Frisbee really started to fly as a product when Rich Kerr and Spud Melin promoted it on college campuses. They had a company called Wham-O, and the rest is, well, you know.
Closer: Come on, my movie-going experience shouldn’t require meclazine. Enough with the 3D.