I arrived for work at the library and, as I usually do, I made my rounds to acclimate. Out at the front desk one of my co-workers was idly shopping for clothes.
"It has been requested" I said portentously, "That we only use these computers to watch soccer matches."
"I'll keep that in mind." My colleague said drily.
"Although between you and me," I added in a confidential undertone "I think it would be okay to shop for soccer related apparel and to read soccer news."
Then I headed off to the back room to write an "All Staff" email about calendar ordering that was 12 times longer than it needed to be.
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