Friday, 26 October 2007

A Case of the Mondays



16 comments:

Michael Barnes said...

Ken, why does your voice change to that of a Victorian dandy in panel 2?

Ken B. said...

That's artistic license, man. I leave you to decipher the true meaning.

Michael Barnes said...

This is just like CLOVERFIELD...if you look closely at the keypad on the phone, you can spell out "Voltron".

433 said...

Thaadd's desk has NEVER been that tidy.

Michael Barnes said...

Hmm...that's a clue too...MAYBE IT'S NOT REALLLY THAADD!

433 said...

We also all have Ikea desks, in a lighter wood tone...and high-backed chairs. Hm...

mtlawson said...

I was expecting it to be a pic of Frank, but that's just me. ;-)

--Mike L.

Thaadd said...

Sheesh.
Bosses are at meetings, not sick.

I sadly rarely have surface viewable on desk. I try! Stuff accumulates, however.

This is a cleaner than average realistic image.
Desk of Doom.

Ken B. said...

Oh, come now. You can barely tell the difference between those two pictures.


(You mean the three games stacked in barely haphazard fashion wasn't convincing enough?)

Muzza said...

This is a cleaner than average realistic image.
Desk of Doom.


That's a damn tidy work space by my standards.

mtlawson said...

Where'd you get that clean desk, Thaad?

Seriously, I'm not a packrat by any stretch of the imagination (my wife is), but my desk is never that clean.

--Mike L.

Thaadd said...

Only reason it looks like that now, is that I am about to tag off for a week, and I don't think Bexley deserves to wallow in my 'system'.

MrSkeletor said...

Arkham Horror sells out a dozen times and Christian still cant afford to give you guys some carpet?!?!

Thaadd said...

We just got rid of carpet! The wood flooring is so much nicer, easier to clean, brighter....

mtlawson said...

Noisier.....

Well, it's not like you have kids underfoot at the office.

--Mike L.

Bexley said...

Yeah, like I plan on actually doing your job while you're gone. Unless, if by "doing your job" you mean "downloading horseporn to your computer and then forwarding it via your e-mail address to your entire contacts list."