Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2002 09:43:31 -0400 (EDT)
To: Chook Industries BBS Task Force
From: Louis Bouchelle <email@example.com>
Subject: Beer Garden
Hello, is Louis. Perhaps a beer garden would be an addition magnifico'.
Sipping a cool beer, looking at the beautiful women. This is the life is
it not. No? If there is interest in this, I can look into it for Chook.
Send me a mail.
Louis Bouchelle Esq.
Apologies are extended to all staff for the disorganization surrounding
yesterday's garbage disposal seminar. For those who could not attend
yesterday, they have been rescheduled for today and Friday. An outside
speaker has also been booked to talk on both these days.
Another Picnic this Friday! See you all there!
Kurt Watson's misuse of the garbage has resulted in a fractured finger
yesterday and he is now fine and recovering. To prevent such incidents
from occurring in the future all employees will be required to take a
garbage disposal seminar which will be given Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday of this week during lunch time. Please sign up as slots are
available on one of the three days. The purpose of this seminar will be
to instruct all employees how to dispose of garbage in a safe manner.
Date: Mon, 5 Aug 2002 08:15:42 -0400 (EDT)
To: Chook Industries BBS Task Force <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brian Chen <email@example.com>
Subject: The Al Miles Theme
I have a new idea for a possible theme, the Al Miles theme. What does
Very funny to whoever put the tins of beans in Radiation Badge Bag. This is not a
It is time to turn in your radiation badge. The new badges are yellow
with a star covering August 1st through October 30th. Please return the
green badge with the beaver to ACME shopping bag by the Big Board marked
The Petty Cash Office will not be making change any longer for the
Gauntlet arcade machine. This is not the intended purpose of this office.
For Sale: 6 Boxes of Snappers at $0.75 each, or all six for $4. If
interested, please contact TJ. (This post was approved by Will Jaffe.)
Thanks for the great time everybody on Friday. Next time people, let's
leave the fireworks at home. Not cause I'm particularly scared that we'd
get in trouble with the cops, since half the people there were cops
anyway. But just so nobody gets hurt. I think my dog Peaches may have
suffered a bottle rocket wound. I'll probably be hosting another picnic
in a couple weeks. I'll be sure to keep everybody posted.
I will be reverting page back to the original theme by next week.
Upon further investigation the supposed nest of baby black widow spiders
that was set on fire today with aerosal can was discovered to only a be
several balls of cotton taped together with scotch tape. This behavior
must stop and if it doesn't actions will be taken.
Fellow Chook-ers, Beth and I will again be hosting summer picnics at our
home. The first one will be on Friday.
Certain sections of the Chook Building are currently unsafe because of
either faulty wiring or a major plumbing problem. As a result, there will
be a partial power outage in the Admin Wing, Module D and the living
quarters tomorrow around noon to try and discover the possible source of
these problems, which are unknown as of now.
Aerosol cans are still not to be made into flame throwers even if you are
killing black widow spiders. It is highly unprobable that black widow
spiders would be in the Chook building anyway.