Friday, October 20, 2006

You Asked For It...

...and now you got it: a day in the life of the PWS founders. We're a pretty busy team, but when Fortune comes knocking on your door asking to do a profile avec action shots, you don't say no. You say, do I get paid for this? And when they say no you just say, OK.

Here's SJ and I brainstorming some great story ideas. As you can see, we're getting pretty heated over how we can best leverage the dancing Minnie Mouse in an upcoming feature piece.

Oh boy! How'd this outtake get in here? That's embarassing! We're sharing a laugh over those poor suckers who still work in the "real world." Idiots. Get a life - Ha!

That's the President on the phone. He reads PWS everyday because as he says, "PWS keeps him up-to-date on the most important issues and current events." SJ is giving him the scoop on Frank, the Pegasus, and his recent run-in with Frankenstein. Messy stuff.

Here we are comparing notes on the competition. We usually keep "reading" to a minimum because it hurts our eyes too much - not to mention it's so 2005. Hello?! No one reads in the Metaverse. They use telekinectics.

And here, my friends, is where all the magic happens - CK and SJ rolling out the latest, cutting-edge post in the metaverse. Woo-ee! It's a good one!

Phew! After a long, hard - yet rewarding! - day, SJ and I hop on our tandem bike and cruise over to our local bar for a Sea Breeze. See you tomorrow!


Anonymous PWS4LIFE said...

Wow now I really understand all of the hard work you put into PWS. No wonder you're such a hit. Oh, and order me 80 of those shirts pronto. I'm headed to the metaverse this weekend and they'll be a gold mine.

2:34 PM  
Blogger pastywhitesugar said...

If I do say so myself, that was a pretty awesome post.

pws4life: you can order your own t-shirt at the URL included in the original post! We can't do all the dirty work for you. We're too busy rolling out cutting-edge, investigative reporting.

5:17 PM  
Anonymous sj said...

Not sure if you all have done this yet, but please take 20 seconds to read the whiteboard closely, and you'll get an inside look at what's inside our creative and innovative minds.

7:53 AM  

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