Just Like Gilbert and Sullivan

March 16th, 2009 | Tags: ,

When asked if I would be interested in pursing a opportunity to work on an overseas project (3 weeks in country, 3 weeks at home, with a projection of 2 or 3 trips), I replied in a manner which would make Gilbert and Sullivan proud:

I am not adverse to further investigation of this opportunity.

(As everyone knows, Gilbert and Sullivan are famous for songs “full of words, and music, and signifying nothing”, as first noted by Tom Lehrer in his song Clementine.)

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