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Draplin Design Co., North America

Slowly getting things in order on the new and improved DDC Factory Floor. The “final punishing blow” was dealt yesterday evening with a last-ditch transfer of the office gear out to the new pad.

Desks are set up. Boxes are quickly being emptied, flattened and filed into storage. The flat files are absolutely amazing. The top drawer is a tool drawer. One flick of the wrist and you have the meanest array of triangles, paper clips and rulers you’d ever need. Very, very happy with the purchase. Not only good storage for a myriad of tools, paper stock, and poster archives but also an amazing work station. A gigantic cutting mat is being ordered soon.

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Gigantically busy. Wow. Feverish pace of output.

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More big news is on the way, so stay tuned you lonely fucks.

There Are 4 Comments

You got married.

The flat files sound tres excellente.

Posted by: Naz on 07/22/04 at 4:14 PM

Wrong use of the word “myriad”.

Posted by: Cris on 07/22/04 at 4:34 PM

Dabica, you L.L.Bean turtleneck’d fuck,

“Usage Note: Throughout most of its history in English myriad was used as a noun, as in a myriad of men. In the 19th century it began to be used in poetry as an adjective, as in myriad men. Both usages in English are acceptable, as in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “Myriad myriads of lives.” This poetic, adjectival use became so well entrenched generally that many people came to consider it as the only correct use. In fact, both uses in English are parallel with those of the original ancient Greek. The Greek word mrias, from which myriad derives, could be used as either a noun or an adjective, but the noun mrias was used in general prose and in mathematics while the adjective mrias was used only in poetry.”

Stick that in yer fleece vest and smoke it, you maple syrup’d, Ivy league shithog.

See you at Capozzi’s deal. You are going down.

Posted by: Drap-tionary on 07/22/04 at 5:19 PM

You’ve been watching too much Michael Moore…you left out the top part of the entry…or should I say, the only part that matters…

Constituting a very large, indefinite number; innumerable: the myriad fish in the ocean.
Composed of numerous diverse elements or facets: the myriad life of the metropolis.

A vast number: the myriads of bees in the hive.
Archaic. Ten thousand.

Posted by: Cris on 07/22/04 at 8:26 PM