Thursday, July 21, 2005

Project CRAP: Week 28 Report

Click here for the explanation of Project CRAP
Box size: 15" wide by 11" tall by 9" deep.
Total Weight of CRAP: 22.44 lbs
Depth of CRAP: 9 1/4"
New Pieces of CRAP: 10
Total Pieces of CRAP: 353
LowLight of the Week: Can someone out there please tell Skor what a sleeping little girl has to do with air conditioning? Because Sundance Energy Services, Inc. apparently can't. Perhaps someone there just felt like it would be fun to include a cute picture of their daughter in their uninvited mailing. Skor also takes issue with the phrase "Now That It's Hot!" Let's see, Seattle temperatures this past week: 80-90° — California temperatures this past week: 100°+. Yeah, it's real "hot" here, fellas. This week's LowLight is one of many pieces of CRAP included in the so-called "Money Mailer" which makes the bold claim that it is "Like Getting Money In Your Mailbox"™. For some reason this particular "like money" seems to have a lot more colors than most money Skor is used to.
LowLight of Week 28: Sundance Energy Services
Click for a larger version of this week's winner.

Comments: The rate of CRAP intake continues to be inexplicably low. One can only wish that the downward trend would continue until it reaches zero, but we all know how likely that is. As you can see in the photograph below, Skor has so far not come up with a good solution to the CRAP overflow from the original box, and is therefore currently implementing DaButtminster's plan, suggested in Week 25—keep piling it on top. It remains to be seen how much longer this method will persist. Such actions are said to have rather dire consequences, after all.
CRAP Box at 28 Weeks

Categories: Features


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can someone out there please tell Skor what a sleeping little girl has to do with air conditioning?

It's to make them appear family-friendly and that they like kyoot chyuldrn!

Actually, the unstated message is, "if you get the A/C, your brat will sleep rather than scream!"

11:16 AM, July 28, 2005  

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