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04-30-2012, 12:08 PM
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Stupid question, but ... what is this about? What is this keeping track of? Posts?
I have no idea.... I just posted it because I knew sometime or another it would've found it's way on here too

They have a fantasy on posting to win some imaginary trophy

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I have no idea.... I just posted it because I knew sometime or another it would've found it's way on here too

They have a fantasy on posting to win some imaginary trophy
Except it's not imaginary, it's been brought to life by the powers of MS Paint.

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K ill try to find a serv thats not some a long ass game like yesterday

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Spezza vs P. Kane tomorrow on TSN highlights of the year bracket thing

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04-30-2012, 12:59 PM
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Just handled my first ever media call. It's so weird, being on the other side of the mic.

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04-30-2012, 01:01 PM
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What are you doing?

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04-30-2012, 01:03 PM
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I'm the Communications and Media Officer at my job. Don't wanna specify the place because it's a small company and some of the things I say on here might not exactly mesh with the workplace. Namely, the fact that I'm on here while working most of the time. >_>

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I'm the Communications and Media Officer at my job. Don't wanna specify the place because it's a small company and some of the things I say on here might not exactly mesh with the workplace. Namely, the fact that I'm on here while working most of the time. >_>
WTF is a Media Officer?

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I'm just like this guy, only instead of shooting people in the face, I shoot media interviews in the face.


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I'm just like this guy, only instead of shooting people in the face, I shoot media interviews in the face.

You're bad at explaining what you do...

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You're bad at explaining what you do...
Didn't realize you wanted the boring, job-description-y answer.

I draft press releases relating to important issues surrounding Canadian safety. I answer media requests relating to these press releases. My job is essentially to inform people about the inherent risks involved in their day-to-day activities and what they can do to minimize their odds of preventable injury or death.

In other words, I talk about safety so much that the word 'safety' now just looks like a random assortment of letters as opposed to an actual word.

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Didn't realize you wanted the boring, job-description-y answer.

I draft press releases relating to important issues surrounding Canadian safety. I answer media requests relating to these press releases. My job is essentially to inform people about the inherent risks involved in their day-to-day activities and what they can do to minimize their odds of preventable injury or death.

In other words, I talk about safety so much that the word 'safety' now just looks like a random assortment of letters as opposed to an actual word.
I need help then.

I want to go out to buy milk, but I'm scared. What should I do?

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I need help then.

I want to go out to buy milk, but I'm scared. What should I do?
Man up and quit your whining.

Also look both ways before you cross the street, make sure the milk isn't expired, open, or leaking, don't go out alone after dark if you're in a shady neighbourhood, and be sure to drink your milk in moderation.

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04-30-2012, 01:17 PM
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Man up and quit your whining.

Also look both ways before you cross the street, make sure the milk isn't expired, open, or leaking, don't go out alone after dark if you're in a shady neighbourhood, and be sure to drink your milk in moderation.
What if I get hit by a car?

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04-30-2012, 01:58 PM
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You just talk about safety all day? That's insane in the membrane.

Next time I go and buy milk, I'll be sure to look both ways before crossing the street, check the expiration date, make sure its not leaking, don't go alone in the dark if it's a shady neighborhood and drink my milk in moderation.


If I die from going to buy milk, it's on you.

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You just talk about safety all day? That's insane in the membrane.

Next time I go and buy milk, I'll be sure to look both ways before crossing the street, check the expiration date, make sure its not leaking, don't go alone in the dark if it's a shady neighborhood and drink my milk in moderation.


If I die from going to buy milk, it's on you.
WAIT! Don't forget to check your glass to ensure it is sanitary!

Can't believe someone who's sole job is to discuss safety forgot such an important step

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You just talk about safety all day? That's insane in the membrane.

Next time I go and buy milk, I'll be sure to look both ways before crossing the street, check the expiration date, make sure its not leaking, don't go alone in the dark if it's a shady neighborhood and drink my milk in moderation.


If I die from going to buy milk, it's on you.
If you die from buying milk, and someone tries to blame it on me, I'll just tell the media we can't be 100% confident that you followed all my advice to the letter. Furthermore, proper following of these suggestions would ensure that your milk-buying experience would have been casualty-free. Ergo, although it is a tragic situation that transpired, it was one that could easily have been prevented had you been more cautious and careful to follow my suggestions.

Bam. Spin doctored.

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WAIT! Don't forget to check your glass to ensure it is sanitary!

Can't believe someone who's sole job is to discuss safety forgot such an important step
He asked for safety in BUYING milk. When it comes to ingesting it, that's a different safety matter altogether. While buying milk can fall under traffic safety as well as occupational health and safety, consuming it falls more in line with home safety.

Uneducated masses.

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I will document me following all the steps.


What, Manked?

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If you die from buying milk, and someone tries to blame it on me, I'll just tell the media we can't be 100% confident that you followed all my advice to the letter. Furthermore, proper following of these suggestions would ensure that your milk-buying experience would have been casualty-free. Ergo, although it is a tragic situation that transpired, it was one that could easily have been prevented had you been more cautious and careful to follow my suggestions.

Bam. Spin doctored.



He asked for safety in BUYING milk. When it comes to ingesting it, that's a different safety matter altogether. While buying milk can fall under traffic safety as well as occupational health and safety, consuming it falls more in line with home safety.

Uneducated masses.
Restaurants serve milk. Therefore it is part of occupational health and safety.

Bam. Counter-spin doctored.

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Restaurants serve milk. Therefore it is part of occupational health and safety.

Bam. Counter-spin doctored.
Occupational Health & Safety is defined as having as its main purpose to foster a safe and healthy work environment for workers. This is less in relation to food stuff that may be served, and more in relation to areas where you might slip, trip, cut yourself, injure yourself, or other assorted issues that may cause you or a coworker discomfort and insecurity.

But hush for now, I want to know what the chimp said to the monkey.

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