Day 29 of 100, Hannover, Germany

Everyone worked today, tapping, talking and tinkering away on assorted devices. At some point one of us started on earnest analogies of chicken and fish sandwiches. HA.

If you’ve never worked in a large corporation, you might think it’s all Neo-in-the-matrix-like. If you have, you’d probably know that this blue pill monotony is often broken (or encouraged?) by bouts of absurdity. When thousands intersect, only so much can go according to plan at any given time. A lot of it will probably drive one to tears before laughter, but these are frequently the situations that are totally hilarious in hindsight.



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