Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Employee Evaluation.

I was walking around base grousing about having to work on my personnel evaluation, my second-least favorite part of working for State. "I think I'm just going to take credit for everything the military has done," I told one of the SecFor guys.

"Don't you think they'll figure out it wasn't you?" he replied. "I mean, what are you going to write -- paragraph 16: '...and then I was all, TAT-TAT-TAT-TAT-TAT, and a ka-BOOOOOOOOOOOM!'"?


Dakota said...

EERs are my second-least favorite part of working for State. My ACTUAL least favorite part, should the universe be curious, is bidding.

Good god I loathe bidding.

Domani Spero said...

Dakota -- Just so you know that if you do the TAT-TAT ka-BOOOM in your EER, the pc review board will have you re-do your EER for inappropriate content of violence.

Donna said...

The universe is curious - I was just heading over here to ask. But I wouldn't recommend using the Tat-tat-tat-kaboom line - that's waaaay too many letters. It'll take up half of the available space. Might I suggest instead that you open it up to guest bloggers to write your evaluation for you, right here on your blog? I have some bullet points all ready to go - something about custom goat butchery and dragging large objects through mud puddles just for the hell of it.

Nomads By Nature said...

Be sure to drop a few names names from the Cast of Characters as you can: "Supported sustained interdepartmental communication and cooperation with US Forces;including joint operations with Commander Killjoy, Captain Adventure, Lt.Dracula and Warrent Exapsterated to ensure post compliance with FAM regulation......and to instill highest security methods for conducting business in a war zone." THAT would turn some heads in the review board!