Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2002 14:22:11 -0400 (EDT)
To: Chook Industries BBS Task Force
From: Louis Bouchelle <email@example.com>
Subject: West Nile Proposal
Hello, is Louis. I have a idea which is a proposal for West Nile Friday.
A friend of a friend, a pigeon keeper and trainer, could speak on birds
and the West Nile. Is good no? Let me know.
Louis Bouchelle Esq.
The West Nile Tele-a-thon and the West Nile Test-a-thon are not the same
event. Both are being held on September 6th to increase awareness on the
West Nile infection. If you have further questions please contact Pam
Ellis in Human Resource.
Don't forget to sign up for the West Nile Tele-a-thon on Big Board for
Friday, September 6th.
In response to the West Nile Virus scare, Health and Welfare will be
providing a free, day long "Test-a-thon", available to all employees. The
"Test-a-thon" will take place all day on Friday, September 6th. Employees
suffering from flu-like symptoms are especially encouraged to attend.
Coke and other sweet carbonated beverages are banned from the copier room.
Hot bitter beverages and water however may still be consumed in the
The Clown Squad has received permission to temporarily move the Gauntlet
Machine to Kitchen Unit B on Thursday while the employee lounge is being
recarpeted. This means lunch time gaming will resume as normal.
The employee lounge will be closed Thursday for recarpetting.
To alleviate concerns: No there 'should not' be any standing water in the
Chook Building. Upper Management issued this warning only in case of the
unforeseen circumstance that there was.
Upper Management should be notified as soon as possible in any such
instances of standing water seen next to electrical
equipment so that these areas may be blocked off with warning tape.
Please do not under any circumstances block these areas
off yourself with chairs or tables, being as you can get badly
TJ will no longer be maintaining his soy bean patch as a part of his
rehabilitation. The herbicide that was sprayed on the walks did affect
soy beans plants, and at this stage there doesn't really seem to be any
point in continuing the project unless TJ wants to.
The theme has been changed back to normal.
The plumbing problems that were affecting Admin Wing, Module D and the
living quarters have been rectified. It seems that several of the pipes
faulty. These pipes have been replaced.
All walkways will sprayed with herbacide today. There have been questions
as to whether or not that this would affect the small soy bean patch
cultivated by TJ. It should not.
Brian, grow up.
Date: Tue, 13 Aug 2002 08:54:53 -0400 (EDT)
To: Chook Industries BBS Task Force <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brian Chen <email@example.com>
Miss Ellis may not have received my idea for the Al Miles theme so well,
but what I find odd is that she left the party at Jer's Friday when she
saw me talking to Cindy.