Full Court Press

Those who have been exposed to the silverorange virus will know that their basic negotiating tactic is akin to a full court press. In a sense they simply rearrange the planets in the universe so that they conform to their desired result. (I mean this in a good way).

Witness this sign, part of this pairing. Do I really have any choice but to move in with them now?

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Alan's picture
Alan on October 30, 2003 - 18:19

Nice signs. Nothing like wood to herald the dawn of an new IT era. A warning about what you might find one day — there was talk of a 15 foot metal sculpture in the form of a orange slice as if crashed frm space into the front lawn. Ask that they warn you before the performace art installation day.

Enjoy the Counter Strike. I, too, thought I would not get hooked: remember — flashbang, then enter crouched and spray the room.

Dave Hyndman's picture
Dave Hyndman on October 30, 2003 - 20:09

Very nice!! When are you moving in? I’d like to drop in for a visit.

jodi's picture
jodi on October 30, 2003 - 20:26

Can’t wait to see the new digs, too. I’ll stop by in the Spring of 2004, is that ok?

Rob Paterson's picture
Rob Paterson on October 31, 2003 - 01:57

I dropped in today — its Animal House meets the IT Kings. In the words of the CEO — Totally Awesome!

I feel very jealous. What a great space. Can this become the club as well as your office?

Alan's picture
Alan on October 31, 2003 - 13:25

Did’t anyone tell Rob? You enjoy learning Counter Strike as well. It will go against everything you believe in yourself, you will feel a bit dirty, then you will find yourself daydreaming about flashbang, then crouch and spray the room.

Craig Willson's picture
Craig Willson on October 31, 2003 - 13:56

Beyond cool. A true creative tech cluster within sight of the ‘bright and shiny object’ on University Ave. Rock on guys — I share Rob’s envy.

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