Would Hitlary Have Erased THIS Email?
Since I don't have my own mail server, I reckon I won't.
Work email. A place for serious technical writing.
Then there's stuff like I write, when it isn't reporting an event that management probably wishes they didn't need to know about, but would be mad if someone didn't tell them about.
At woik today I posted the following "How Questions Is Answered" email:
How Questions Is Answered.
Tornadoes have been plucking chickens long before humankind knowd about it. As humankind became aware of the phenom, most dismissed it with a shrug, “eh” or “that’s messed up”.
Not Elias Loomis.
In 1842, this visionary lost sleep at work whilst pondering what kind of tornado would take the time to pluck chickens. With enough lost sleep, he changed the question to how strong must be thine tornadic winds what are required to pluck a chicken.
To test his hypothesis – he couldn’t spell it – Loomis acquired a chicken, a powder charge and a 6 pounder cannon.
Loomis loaded the cannon with the powder charge. Then the chicken. The chicken thought it’d be the first to experience the thrill of flight without the risk of losing its luggage via Newark.
At the firing of the cannon, the chicken lost all love of flight...feathers...any worries about lost luggage.
And any resemblance to a chicken.
After an extensive search for and examination of the chicken con carnage, Loomis concluded that the chicken left the cannon at a velocity of 342 mph.
And from this, he concluded that tornadoes cannot work at KFC.
To this day, no tornado has EVER been hired by KFC.
- They might be wise to take a hint: