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Month: August 2020

The Incomprehensibility of Sense-Making

The Incomprehensibility of Sense-Making

This is a post about nothing…and everything. And all else in between. This is a post about ‘Posturing’ and the gas that fills the air that makes it all possible. The oxygen that feeds it and the carbon molecules that it exudes. It’s a post about life and death and sasquatches. But to really get into the spirit – to dive deep and stay shallow – you need to watch this from Reggie Watts Here is one particular gem from…

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Ruining the Ending

Ruining the Ending

Darth Vader is Luke Skywalker’s father. Bruce Willis is dead pretty much the whole time. Dil is a trans-woman. If you haven’t seen any of the movies I’m referencing, then I probably ruined your day. But seriously, if you haven’t seen Star Wars, The Sixth Sense, or The Crying Game yet – that’s on you. That’s totally on you. If you think you know what’s going to happen in the next six months – good luck with that. There are…

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Improv at Work

Improv at Work

I really can’t stand team-building exercises. I always feel like it’s forced fun. And I’ve been through so many team activities from pasta making to ax throwing to go-kart racing; I feel like I have done it all. Are our teams any closer because of them? I have no idea. So when I heard we were going to do a virtual team meeting with another team-building exercise, I was thinking, “Here we go again.” And when I was told I…

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