Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Miss Information is annoyed by the uncertain

In the early afternoon, Miss Information approached one of her co-workers and asked a question. It wasn't that hard a question--one of those "yes or no" things.

It turned into a long drawn-out conversation in which Miss Information considered clubbing the woman to death.

About 5 minutes after she asked the question, Miss Information solved the problem herself. She didn't answer the question, but she found the thing the customer wanted and that was the important thing. She went back to her colleague and described the triumph.

For the remainder of the afternoon, the co-worker continued to obsess about the original question, coming back to Miss Information for clarification several times. Each time, Miss Information assured the woman that she no longer needed the answer.

At about 4:45 the woman approached Miss Information, happily. She had arrived at the answer at last! The answer she had reached was "I don't know".

Miss Information hates Wednesdays.

3 Comments:

At 5:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Reader believes that Miss Information is obligated - Obligated, mind you - To tell us what the original question was, after such a build-up.

 
At 5:11 PM, Blogger Miss Information said...

The original question is lost to the ages. It was something like "Have you seen the book review section from the December 9 newspaper?"

 
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