I was really impressed by that guy's hair, but then I saw that it was just a tree.
oh! it was like .. little PEOPLE dancing on his head! kinda Björk-merry in their head-tapping dance...
"I was hoping that this was the part where they ask me to fill out a survey asking how well I felt I had been "serviced", but no, that's not a thing that happens."
I am really glad to hear it, it seems like a victory. I hope you think of some way to use your experience to help change the system.. though that would likely take time and effort and lots of money.
Good point about bureaucrats only saying no.
That is some welcome good news, congrats.
Among the things you and I have in common, not understanding that BS and being willing to accept it are two.
"Permit Expediter" is the most ridiculous parasitic profession I've heard of yet. I mean, I respect that the guy kicks ass at his job, but it's insane that his job even exists.
That ADA requirement for the door-to-stairs in the pizza shop is obviously for our forthcoming robot overlords that run on treads but can also manage stairs. Duh!
And, clearly, nothing could possibly go wrong with the ABC. So long as you keep your checkbook handy.
What does the tiny caption on the Permit Expediter (Artist's Impression) say? "something something we're dealing with a bureaucrat here"?
Remarkably, it's possible to view the original image without the img resize tags by just asking your web browser to do so: http://www.dnalounge.com/backstage/log/2012/06/badass.jpg
Or maybe you've seen it before all over the Internet: https://www.google.com/search?q=we%27re+dealing+with+a+badass+here&hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=rp3&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&prmd=imvns&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=QlDeT-HYAqbC6wHm2civCw&ved=0CFcQsAQ&biw=1082&bih=531