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a.. You understand the rationalization of an acronym comprised of

b.. You know that the location of a meeting is directly related to its
(1) A meeting in across town requires a subordinate or a contractor.
(2) The same meeting at Lake Tahoe requires your personal attention.

c.. You work for an acronym, on an acronym, and your job title is an

d.. You've sat at the same desk for 3 years, done the same thing for 3
years, but have had 3 different business cards.

e.. The process becomes more important than the product.

f.. You don't see anything wrong with attending a meeting on a subject you
know nothing about.

g.. You feel you contributed to the meeting just by being there.

h.. You realize that a paperless office is impossible. Actually, you
believe it is possible, just not in your office.

i.. You keep documents/manuals on projects that have been long since

j.. You stop raising issues/problems because you know you will be the one
answering them.

k.. You fly across the country to attend a conference with 100+ people to
discuss the fact that the project does not have enough money.
m.. Your biggest loss from a system crash is that you loose your best

n.. Your supervisor doesn't have the ability to do your job.

o.. Fun is when issues are assigned to someone else.

p.. Communication is something your group is having problems with.

q.. You see a good looking person and know it is a visitor.

r.. Free food left over from meetings is your main staple.

s.. Sick days are just extra vacation days to be taken whenever

t.. You're already late on the assignment you just got.

u.. Your relatives and family describe your job as "goes on trips to

v.. Nepotism is encouraged.

w.. You only have makeup for fluorescent lighting.

x.. You can name more people that used to work with you than people who