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David:
 
Another advantage of living and working in North Texas is the
opportunity to experience incidents such as the one reported below.
This is a five-minute voicemail that was recorded earlier this year in
suburban Dallas.  It will leave you grinning for the rest of the day.
 
"An operations manager for Jack in the Box was late for a meeting and
called his boss to tell him he was running late. As he was leaving the
voice mail message, he witnessed an accident and went on to provide
"play by play" of the incident. This is the actual voice mail message.
It was forwarded so many times within Jack in the Box that it crashed
their voice mail server."
 
http://home.swbell.net/kf5tv/voicemail.mp3

Enjoy!

Stan
________________________________

Stan:

You forgot to mention that all new hires get a pair of cowboy boots

And a ten gallon hat!

David L. Fisher  SE  PE

 

 


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