I wish I were outside right now sipping on a large rum and coke. I'd have the fax machine next to me but instead of dumb memo's it'd be printing out pictures of hot girls. There would 2 toilets somewhere and beautiful butterflies would fly out of them. I'd play NBA Jam on SNES and even though I was outside there would be no glare. Perfect music would be playing from speakers I couldn't see. My mom would be smiling near me. I'd probably be eating some tasty pizza and/or a sandwich with spicy mustard.
I've been having a pretty average day thus far. Making phone calls and surfing the (world (wide) web) internet sites websurfing explorer internet site. I have been doing some recruitment events and have to call people in Sacramento asking them to interview for management positions in Chipotle.
The calls were lame until I talked with Ron French. After the usual greetings, this is how the conversation went down...
"...so I was wondering if you'd be interested in interviewing for these positions at Chipotle?"
"Well let me tell you the deal with Chipotle. I interviewed with them before, a few months ago. And it was going well but I have a medical condition, and in the middle of the interview I passed out and woke up in an orchard."
And he was serious.
That is easily the most awesome thing a stranger has ever told me over the phone. Are you kidding me?
I've never seen Ron, but I have a very vivid image of Ron French in a suit and tie laying down near some trees somewhere in Sacramento's countryside. Eventually his eyes slowly open, and his head moves a bit. He sits up, and looks around slowly. After a few minutes he stands up slowly and wipes the soft grass off of his blazer.
In other news I'm getting really good at Jedi Lightsaber Training with the yardstick thats in the office. I'm not quite as good as Obi-One or Annakin but I could whip the shit out of that Qui-Gon from the first movie. I could easily see myself dominating him and eventually throwing him into a bottomless pit or stabbing his stomach (no blood, though).
May the orchard be with you.