Catch the Pigeon
Sun Tzu says that you should lead the way. Great leaders are signposts giving clear direction, not weather veins; pointing anywhere the wind blows.
Today I have felt like a pavement. Pecked by a thousand pigeons.
Tizzy asked: “Do we need to fill in a ADS5 if they are not on the electoral roll?”
If you feel the need – then please do.
Bernard sent a terse e-mail: “What have you done with that Sun Tzu book?”
I have become more internally aggressive, but at least with a sense of purpose. The book also makes an interesting coaster for my cup of hot dog sausage brine from the coffee machine.
Joan asked: “What’s an electrical role?”
Switching on the Blackpool lights.
Barney enquired: “Do we need to use a pencil on the ADS5?”
Try it and see what happens.
Everybody: “What’s that smell?”
What is that smell?
Simon, the Craig David looky-likey, must have been farting again.
Sun Tzu never faced wind like the wind I face in the Call Centre.
I’m pointing North-by-North West like Carey Grant chased by crop duster.