Well, it's another day of spending hours working on a proposal and gearing up to defend it at the staff meeting, only to run out of time in the meeting and never discuss it.

At every family gathering, I pray that nobody asks me what I'm currently working on.

If I ignore the question everyone will think I'm weird, if I answer it everyone will know I'm weird.

I'd love to chat with someone from meet.coop, if they're on here...

Reading Stocksy's bylaws. There's some good stuff, and several red flags.

If brevity is the soul of wit, then thank you very much, you've been a great audience.

The parallel with Stocksy is that like their photographers, our interpreters are unlikely to ever make a living working exclusively for our co-op, but we still want them to make enough they prioritize us over other revenue sources.

I've been away for a while. What did I miss?

If you have to preface your statement with "I know I'm not one to talk, but," you should probably save your breath.

@mattcropp Do you have time for a call in the next few days? I'm curious to learn what it takes to set up an EOC.

When the stock market drops, it's called a "correction." It follows that when the stock market goes up, that's incorrect.

@ntnsndr, your presentation with Hazel was outstanding! Can you report the links to your working papers? They went by kinda fast. Are they pretty much your notes for your talk?

“Work is, before anything else, both as a service to the community and as a path towards personal development.”-José María Arizmendiarrieta (reflection 263 from Pensamientos)
@coops
workersparadise.org/2020/04/19

Does anyone really preheat their oven before doing anything else in a recipe?

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