For some reason I was not allowed to post this on BBC 606. So here it is:
With the government getting harsh on fellow BBC 606ers in Nothingham, Chaventry, & Leeds enforcing them to pick up dirty nappies, used manpons and shopping trolleys from the canals before they cash in their dole cheques. It is likely that the WUMS will be diminshed in the year to come on Leicester’s 606 board.
So in an effort to assist my compatriot Leicester City 606ers, I would like to determine how much time you may spend on BBC 606 away from your full time employment. Please vote appropriately:
The original moderated 606 post!
With the government getting harsh on fellow 606ers in Nothingham, Chaventry, & Leeds enforcing them to pick up dirty nappies, used manpons and shopping trolleys from the canals before they cash in their dole cheques. It is likely that the WUMS will be diminshed in the year to come on our board.
So in an effort to assist my compatriot Leicester City 606ers, I would like to determine how much time you may spend on here away from your full time employment. Please rate appropriately with rating stars:
1 star – I don’t know what 606 is, maybe one of my fellow employees was using my PC. I don’t understand why I’m voting. I must get back to work, I have exhorbitant taxes to pay and they won’t pay themselves. I wouldn’t want to disappoint Mr. Cameron. I may just be the chocolate one star bandit.
2 star – I am a slave to my boss and will do anything, and I mean anything to please them. I use my free time to play the spoons, and collect graphic novels, based on I.T. goblins and spend the other time I have, loitering in Holland & Barretts in the hope of meeting Wagner. I haven’t got time to 606. I will read the articles and maybe occasionally comment.
3 star – I get in early to work specifically so I can catch up on the comments to articles from the previous night. I eat my lunch at my desk and comment regularly to articles on 606. I may even stray to other boards to drop witty b-bombs to wind up our competitors. My spelling and grammer is only bad as I sometimes rush to get the first response in, and I blame the amount of sandwich debris in my keyboard for the numerous typing miscalculations. I sometimes keep 606 hidden in a window in the corner of my screen, or tab, and l read/contribute it when nobodies looking. I would quit 606 if I got told off.
4 star – My working day revolves around 606. I occasionally take a break to look at some spreadsheets/manual work and decide that it’s more important to take part in something constructive on 606 rather than deal with my company/organisation’s deficit and impending redundancies. I don’t hide windows or tabs. I flagrantly display my 606 page, and have several articles open on each page. The 3 minute rule is my nemesis. I engage religiously in Leicester’s forum, but can’t help myself by teasing/WUMming our competitors. On my journey home I am thinking about the comments I have written and potential articles for the future. I get annoyed that normal communications do not have the selection of specific emoticons that are present on 606. Getting fired is the least of my worries. 606 is king.
5 star – Sometimes I think the BBC should be paying me to contribute to this forum. I have written to them and advised them of this 427 times. My solicitor, paid by the state, thinks I should stop harassing them. I have advised them that I think I know the moderators are robots from the future who are picking on my specifically because I have a 606 chip in my neck. This indicates when I log into my PC at work, and lets them know if I have accidently done some work for my company/organisation. I have no time for real human contact. I am one with the 606.
So please vote accordingly.