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Thursday, September 28, 2006

Sorry for my recent lack of blogging. I have had no time for posting, because I am supposed to be training 10 new pharmacists next month. Prior to starting the training, I have been entrusted with updating a very poorly written training manual. My first task was to trim the 160+ pages down to a hundred or so...sadly, I have ended up back at 140 pages. Most of the new pages are screen shots that I have made with (the only photo editing program available to me at work), Microsoft Paint.



Paint is a rather lousy program, but I have become so adept at using it, that I was able to touch up this picture of Snake Woman and her new boyfriend.

8 comments:

Jessica said...

That is so mature. I'm glad you are making good use of your time. Please make the proper retractions as I have obliged to your requests on my page.

Michael Lasko said...

What did you want retracted? Everything in this post is true to the best of my knowledge.

jessica said...

1) "I have had no time for posting" your excessive emailing makes it hard for me to believe this statement. It just cannot be justified.

2) I am single. Why is that man staring at me so intently?

Michael Lasko said...

1) Posting to this blog requires much time and thought; sending you email requires just 2% of my brain.

2) His cable is out, and he was unable to watch Family Jewels. You were the next best thing.

Tate said...

My wife is so good with Photoshop that she's taken one of her co-worker's colonoscopy pictures and grafted in a photo of the work rafting trip... (And no, it didn't have your flair for the creative that includes half a statue and someone else's legs.)

Keep at it, though. I see a future for you... in pharma.

Michael Lasko said...

I always thought the government was up to these sorts of things.

Please note: I was using Microsoft Paint. Microsoft Paint only allows cropping in rectangular shaped shapes.

jessica said...

Mike's having a bit too much fun with this picture. I now am the owner of a wooden frame that has "love on it" and this picture sitting on my desk. Very mature Michael.

Michael Lasko said...

I'm sure you will not believe me, but I had very little to do with your framed keepsake. I printed out a black and white photo (per request of the frame owner), and I put the framed portrait on your desk (as the frame owner was afraid to do so). I did not even come up with the idea to frame a picture of you and your boyfriend.