What If The GOP Field Became CEOs?
[caption id="attachment_17817" align="alignright" width="170" caption="The cast."][/caption] Did you know who Herman Cain was in 2008? We didn't. We didn't even know what Godfather's Pizza was in 2008. Now everyone knows who Herman Cain is. He's the former CEO of Godfather's Pizza and was very recently making a highly publicized run at the Republican seat for the 2012 presidential election. Former CEO of a pizza joint running for president? Impressive. Well, it's more impressive on paper than it is in person. Despite his experience near pizza ovens, Herman Cain couldn't handle the heat. But there's a trove of GOP hopefuls that seem to debate every 45 ...
4 Reasons I Wish Rick Ross Ran Security at Work
Each morning when I walk into work, I'm greeted by a half-there security guard. I often wonder "If shit really went down, could Shaun really have my back?" I'm guessing no. But I'm not too concerned by it. My building doesn't contain the secrets that Cyberdyne Systems Corporations does in The Terminator series. But I say if my company is going to pay for security, it should step its game up. Here at Sheep Headquarters, we threw around some key names when considering who'd we want: Kimbo Slice, Chuck Norris, Tim Tebow, Bruce Lee's corpse, Mickey Rourke. But we decided on Rick Ross. ...
Business Cat: A Purrrrfect Meme
Memes come and go, but Business Cat will forever remain on the top list of favorites, at least for The Collared Sheep. I mean c'mon, it's a cat...wearing a tie! As if he was going to pop in his Prius after his morning fancy feast and claw through spreadsheets in the office! Do you really need to know more? It's a purrrfect meme! Fine, it sounds like you need more proof. Below we've showcased some excellent examples of Mr. Business Cat being quite ruthless in his quotes. [nggallery id=171]
Finally! A Better Notepad: Tidbit
The memo pad, staple of just about every office in the world, has reached the next level. Tidbit is a Japanese line of memo pads, with each piece of paper perforated in a grid format. The user (read: employee) can then decide how much of said paper is required for their next note, and simply tear off the mini-memo. It even comes complete with a small pocket to store each one. What will they think of next! By the way, they also lend themselves to the desktop animal paper art - shown below. Can you say "origami"? [nggallery id=135] [Source: Matomeno]