Thursday, January 17, 2008

Chuckie Hacks: Lowering Work Place Productivity For About a Year


An article in today's Milwaukee J-S pointed out that if every Wisconsin worker spent one hour of their work week obsessing about Sunday's NFC championship game at Lambeau Field, the state could lose $40 million in worker productivity. Granted, I probably spent about 3/4 of my work week obsessing about the game, but that is another story.

I an unrelated study, it was recently determined that if all 11 loyal Chuckie Hacks readers (I guess Woz brought at least 3 loyal readers aboard, upping it from our original 8) spent one hour of their work week obsessing about Chuckie Hacks, the state could lose $330 in worker productivity. Good job loyal readers!

In other news, Chuckie turns one tomorrow, so help us celebrate by drinking a cheap beer or 12.

8 comments:

garcia said...

We at least know that the moron that basically shredded his tickets is not obsessed with the Packers cause he's too busy shredding company files. If I had tickets...they would be locked up in a vault or put in a plastic case like where I keep my Ken Griffey Jr. cards...not on a pile of papers that I'm going to shred, but that's just me.

garcia said...

In retrospect...I apologize for that post.

Goldy said...

Are you talking the 89 Upper Deck Griffey?

woziszeus said...

Woz is going to bring about 300 loyal readers by the end of spring training...

Wrigleyville said...

speaking of tickets and the workplace ... i got tickets to the final 4 to see iu in '02. i had the people fedex them to me at work...

my secretary signed for them, and left the fedex package in a bin, on somebody else's desk, nowhere near where i would ever, ever, ever look.

spent 24 hours in a panic because i couldn't find them, even though fedex insisted they had been delivered. my secretary, of course, had no idea what she had signed for, had no memory of doing so, and was no help.

eventually, someone came in and said, "is this yours?"

DreamCrusher said...

I was a loyal reader before Woz came along. Don't give him that much credit.

AP said...

Happy Birthday, Charles....

matt said...

There was high quality secretarial support in your office, as I recall. Top notch.