by Mathew Paust
At the end of the day
If we can learn to think outside the box
By all means
We should make it a team effort,
We expect you to get with the program,
Push the envelope
And give 111 percent,
But I'm available to talk about it,
I am a people person
And my door is always open.
Once we have agreed to a paradigm shift
We expect you to hit the ground running
Touching base with a win-win market-driven benchmark
Our user-friendly approach
Has raised the bar of scalability
In an impactful synergistic strategy
Going from good to great
Now more than ever
It is time to step up to the plate
And be proactive.
That being said,
We will not throw you under the bus
In terms of game-changing dynamics,
However, it may be incumbent
Upon the functionality parameters
To find a turnkey solution
Before leading the charge
With level-set incentives
At any given time
Notwithstanding a ramp-up of take-aways
To kick the can down the road.
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Who in hell is to blame for the annoying trend of introducing statements with "So"? What's really disappointing is to think it started on NPR.
This doesn't fit in the poem, but whence the trend to secularize Islam? As in "Islamist"? Is "Islamic" now "Islamistic?" I guess "Muslim" and "Moslem" are laughably obsolete? Is this another reason they hate us?
Is it OK to say WTF here?