On Thu, Feb 15, 2001 at 02:00:40PM +0000, Dermot McNally mentioned:
> > And they are so anal they won't allow employees to drive their own cars
> > on "work" stuff. As in you have to use a "pool" car, if you want to buy
> > paperclips down the shop, because the stationary cupboard is empty.
> Really? Which location was this? It was never like that in Munich. Mind
> you, if such a thing were to be corporate policy, it would at least make
> more sense than "Everything has to run on Windows", which is one of the
> more major ones.
Dublin. Of course, not for long :)
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