The "good" Madcow Brother has written a book along with his friend Burton ... or is that Burton has written a book along with the "good" Madcow Brother? Who cares. Go buy it. Buy it and the Madcow might just get an exceptionally good Christmas present this year.
In fact go buy it and you will see it before the Madcow. The "good" brother title is waning as he seems to have forgotten to send his sister a copy, and as it's only released at this stage in the States you have a better chance of seeing it than I do. Some sisters might take their revenge by releasing hitherto unpublished photographs of the brother ... can we say little prince charming Marty? ... but no. The Madcow will be kind for at least another week until her copy arrives.
This is Marty
And this may or may not be Burton
It is a very clever book and the tests are really fun. God knows I should know having been "tested" for what seems years. (Thought to self - does that mean I'm entitled to a cut of the profits?)
Soon there will be a website devoted to the book but for now you can go visit here and did I mention that you should buy a copy? Come to think of it I may even buy a copy myself if it will teach me how to talk to some of the dorks at work.
The phrase "english as a second language" takes on many meanings when applied to the Madcow workplace at the moment. I seriously wonder what other language certain men in the office hear when they are told things. Perhaps something akin to the teacher in Charlie Brown. I hear "your work hours are 8am to 5pm". Dorks hear "blah blah blah". Don't start me on urgent applications or answering phones. Putting my name forward to be considered for the working party on pay equity is suddenly sounding rather interesting.
Love the poster from the latest PSA journal ...