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PROMISES, PROMISES: Little transparency progress
Associated Press – Mon Mar 14, 12:48 pm ET
WASHINGTON – Two years into its pledge to improve government transparency, [...]
People requested information 544,360 times last year under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act [...] But the government responded to nearly 12,400 fewer requests.
I know the feeling of being cheated. All I hear are excuses and no results. This should be of no surprise to anyone who wants the truth.
Although both JR and “Coach John” look similar, one is not “Asian”. Both know how to deal with people and are humorous. Both are smart, too. So if you had to choose between the good, bad and ugly, who would be friendlier? Bahahaha!
At 1:42pm, “Coach John” has handed us one 20 gram of freeze-dried Alicafe – Premium Gold with Colubia Arabica by POWER ROOT MARKETING SDN BHD.
To bounce off the wall with this Malaysian product, follow the three-step process as shown on the icons of this coffee-colored package:
- Step 1. Pour freeze-dried beans into your container.
- Step 2. Pour hot water (86 Celcisu – 90 Celcius) into your container.
- Step 3. Stir both liquid and solid forms; and enjoy!
Again, when my time is up here at this “temp job from hell”, I’ll remember the treats from some “nice people”. Bah!
At 1:20pm, little Theresa walked by my desk briefly en route to the back door for her lunch walk. And what did I get? Besides her normal greeting with a smile, she handed me five bite-sized pieces of chocolate. That’s right! She’s nice, too. Today two nice Vietnames have given treats on this Happy Monday.
Which Hershey’s Special Dark Mildly Sweet Chocolate should I eat first — two with Crisp Rice or three with Peanuts?
At around 11:30pm, our boss gave us some treats! That’s right! He’s nice! I got six “Mango Gummy” by Cocoaland Industry SDN, BHD. (Lot 100) wrapped in golden-colored wrapper (2.5″ x 1.25″) and one sugar-free “Pineapple Cake” Made in Taiwan from his gift box which one could find in a local Asian supermarket, such as 99 Ranch. It’s wrapped in white with a dark-brown, ocre band on the bottom.
Which one shall I eat first? I’ll have the cake first! Wait! If it’s sugar-free, does it have “fake sugar”? I don’t like “fake sugar”. Uh, oh! It’s not New Years! Perhaps, it’s a souvenir from Peneng, Malaysia, a place where a co-worker sent us an email last Tuesday. He’s new too and quite humorous. I welcomed him on board and addressed him as “friend” in the body of the email. Bahahaha!