Tuesday, February 19

New Photos: Walt Disney World

I have just posted photos from our weekend trip to Walt Disney World online. Check them out here.


For some additional fun, after checking out the photos, you might want to simulate the experience of the Mission Space ride at Epcot. Here's how to do this: First, drink about 250 ml of tequila. Second, run around in circles for 15 minutes. Third, when you feel you're about to throw up, ask someone to grab you tightly and toss you around. When you can't take any more, walk down a long, featureless, overly lit hallway into a gift store. Thank you. This simulated Mission Space experience has been brought to you by Hewlett-Packard. Wouldn't you like to buy some ink cartridges for your printer now?


Craig said...

It's actually Hewlett-Packard (the hyphen is somehow critical to the integrity of our brand). Please do buy some ink cartridges. Our Q1 profit was only $2.1bn.

Dave said...

I apologize for omitting the hyphen, Craig. I know how important these things are. I haven't even started with PricewaterhouseCoopers, but I cringe when I see people write things like "Pricewaterhouse Coopers" or "Price Waterhouse & Coopers" — especially coming from people who should know people.

PwC is only the biggest of the Big Four firms, folks. It posted $25 billion in global revenue last year. The US division is one of the largest privately held companies in the country. Is it too much for people to ask how to put the name down on paper properly?

I will edit the original post and place a hyphen between Hewlett and Packard.