Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Kansas City Discovers: Pretending To Work From Home Is Harder

The litany of workers earning their living by way of B.S. JOBS now confront another realization that their efforts are MUCH HARDER TO JUSTIFY without the companionship of other fakers.

Here's a more upbeat and worthwhile take on this plight:

Working From Home: The Good, The Bad and The Makeshift - In Kansas City

Telecommuting. Working from home. Call it what you will-unless you're deemed an essential worker (Shout out, medical pros! Shout out, grocery gurus!), chances are you're now taking those important meetings from the comfort of your own abode. We checked in around the metro to find out who's doing what and helpful tips for being productive:...

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who's that bald headed weirdo?

Anonymous said...

Is he weird because he is bald or because he doesn't kool aid dye his hair like you and all your little unique individual buddies? Keep being a REBEL !!

Anonymous said...

Lol If this story isn’t the God’s honest trust... I don’t know what is.

Anonymous said...

Locate your home office near the fridge for beer and snacks throughout the work day. Enjoy a siesta from noon to three. Then back to the grindstone til five.