Re: [scrumdevelopment] Pigs are offensive?
- On Tuesday, June 28, 2005, at 9:22:37 AM, Jim McCusker wrote:
> Personally, while reasonable people can differ on what can be consideredA good joke is one that the listener finds funny.
> to be offensive, short of religious reasons (hating pork: not just for
> muslims anymore!), people who find this dumb joke offensive should
> probably take themselves less seriously. It's a joke! It's team
> self-deprecation, which you need to do so that the team members can
> remember it's about results, not them. Letting themselves get offended
> by percieved slights like this one is a symptom of deeper problems. If
> you can't laugh, then you'll cry.
Agility is not an inescapable law of purity
but a pragmatic principle of effectiveness. -- Marc Hamann
- At least I don't have any silent 'e' to hide. 8^)I did want to ask if you used any references to BBQ sauce when you told the story. OPPS Sorry Hubert.--
"I Keep six faithful serving-men
Who serve me well and true:
Their names are What and Where and When
And How and Why and Who." - Kipling
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> On Tuesday, June 28, 2005, at 10:04:01 AM, mike.dwyer1@... wrote:
> > So in closing. A rose by anyother name is still a rose as is a pig or Team;
> chicken or
> > interested party.
> I agree, Mike, and that's why I always call you d!psh!t. ;->
> Ron Jeffries
> Fear is the mindkiller. --Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear
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