[Yet another old post, entered 11/30/05, proof and printed 12/08/05. I am down to only eleven papers. I have been working at keeping the papers moving.]
I was the recipient of the 'random' cube search last night and the officer took one look at my stack of papers and said 'You are not going to make me count those, are you?" I told him, "No, I know there are more than fourteen papers."
There were almost thirty papers. He did not make too much of an issue although he did make a note on the report that said I had to get rid of excess papers. I buckled down today and speed read through six of the twelve older papers I had.
The older papers are from October 1 to October 14. I have been keeping the 'current' papers under the limit of fourteen, but that was reached when I received three papers today (Sunday, Monday and Tuesday). I did come across a few articles that met the "must read" bar I set, but it is interesting how I was able to ignore a massive collection of article on the now defunct nomination of Harriet Miers for the Supreme Court.
Hey Editor, I did come across the article about possible medical issues to the male anatomy with the use of a traditional racing bicycle seat.
Tomorrow's goal is to finish up the remaining old papers. I still need to read at least one of the 'current' papers tonight, although current at this point is almost two weeks old![It took more than the next day but I will not let it get that bad again, I hope.]