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Ron Swanson: So do I Ron Swanson
Ron Swanson: So do I Ron Swanson

So do I Ron Swanson

Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product for the sake of making your own job easier? This worker just removed 47.64% of the material from the object he was assigned to transport! If one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster, too. And probably get fired for it. If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere, but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate- rial. And it would require less work to carve. While we're on the subject, though, how quickly did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there. If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube, then the worker has already failed. If the goal was to deliver as much of the material as quickly as possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the cube [removing only 17.16%). An octagonal prism rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted. Don't Work Hard. Work Intelligent. But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at their destination, they may be required to stack the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent worker has delivered an object that won't stack. Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo! Oh, and it should read: "Work Intelligently." laughoutloud-club: Wait A Second, Just Think About It
Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being
 conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product
 for the sake of making your own job easier?
 This worker just removed 47.64% of the material
 from the object he was assigned to transport! If
 one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube
 to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster,
 too. And probably get fired for it.
 If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not
 carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere,
 but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate-
 rial. And it would require less work to carve.
 While we're on the subject, though, how quickly
 did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi
 dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it
 with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know
 how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a
 cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there.
 If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube,
 then the worker has already failed. If the goal was
 to deliver as much of the material as quickly as
 possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the
 cube [removing only 17.16%). An octagonal prism
 rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted.
 Don't Work Hard.
 Work Intelligent.
 But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at
 their destination, they may be required to stack
 the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent
 worker has delivered an object that won't stack.
 Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo!
 Oh, and it should read: "Work Intelligently."
laughoutloud-club:

Wait A Second, Just Think About It

laughoutloud-club: Wait A Second, Just Think About It

Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product for the sake of making your own job easier? This worker just removed 47.64% of the material from the object he was assigned to transport! If one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster, too. And probably get fired for it. If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere, but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate- rial. And it would require less work to carve. While we're on the subject, though, how quickly did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there. If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube, then the worker has already failed. If the goal was to deliver as much of the material as quickly as possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the cube [removing only 17.16%]. An octagonal prism rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted. Don't Work Hard. Work Intelligent. But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at their destination, they may be required to stack the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent worker has delivered an object that won't stack. Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo! Oh, and it should read:"work intelligently." meirl by Alarid FOLLOW HERE 4 MORE MEMES.
Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being
 conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product
 for the sake of making your own job easier?
 This worker just removed 47.64% of the material
 from the object he was assigned to transport! If
 one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube
 to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster,
 too. And probably get fired for it.
 If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not
 carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere,
 but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate-
 rial. And it would require less work to carve.
 While we're on the subject, though, how quickly
 did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi
 dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it
 with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know
 how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a
 cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there.
 If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube,
 then the worker has already failed. If the goal was
 to deliver as much of the material as quickly as
 possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the
 cube [removing only 17.16%]. An octagonal prism
 rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted.
 Don't Work Hard.
 Work Intelligent.
 But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at
 their destination, they may be required to stack
 the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent
 worker has delivered an object that won't stack.
 Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo!
 Oh, and it should read:"work intelligently."
meirl by Alarid
FOLLOW HERE 4 MORE MEMES.

meirl by Alarid FOLLOW HERE 4 MORE MEMES.

Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product for the sake of making your own job easier? This worker just removed 47.64% of the material from the object he was assigned to transport! If one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster, too. And probably get fired for it. If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere, but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate- rial. And it would require less work to carve. While we're on the subject, though, how quickly did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there. If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube, then the worker has already failed. If the goal was to deliver as much of the material as quickly as possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the cube [removing only 17.16%]. An octagonal prism rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted. Don't Work Hard. Work Intelligent. But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at their destination, they may be required to stack the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent worker has delivered an object that won't stack. Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo! Oh, and it should read:"work intelligently." meirl
Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being
 conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product
 for the sake of making your own job easier?
 This worker just removed 47.64% of the material
 from the object he was assigned to transport! If
 one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube
 to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster,
 too. And probably get fired for it.
 If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not
 carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere,
 but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate-
 rial. And it would require less work to carve.
 While we're on the subject, though, how quickly
 did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi
 dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it
 with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know
 how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a
 cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there.
 If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube,
 then the worker has already failed. If the goal was
 to deliver as much of the material as quickly as
 possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the
 cube [removing only 17.16%]. An octagonal prism
 rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted.
 Don't Work Hard.
 Work Intelligent.
 But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at
 their destination, they may be required to stack
 the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent
 worker has delivered an object that won't stack.
 Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo!
 Oh, and it should read:"work intelligently."
meirl

meirl

Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product for the sake of making your own job easier? This worker just removed 47.64% of the material from the object he was assigned to transport! If one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster, too. And probably get fired for it. If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere, but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate- rial. And it would require less work to carve. While we're on the subject, though, how quickly did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there. If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube, then the worker has already failed. If the goal was to deliver as much of the material as quickly as possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the cube [removing only 17.16%]. An octagonal prism rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted. Don't Work Hard. Work Intelligent. But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at their destination, they may be required to stack the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent worker has delivered an object that won't stack. Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo! Oh, and it should read:"work intelligently." meirl
Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being
 conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product
 for the sake of making your own job easier?
 This worker just removed 47.64% of the material
 from the object he was assigned to transport! If
 one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube
 to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster,
 too. And probably get fired for it.
 If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not
 carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere,
 but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate-
 rial. And it would require less work to carve.
 While we're on the subject, though, how quickly
 did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi
 dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it
 with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know
 how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a
 cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there.
 If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube,
 then the worker has already failed. If the goal was
 to deliver as much of the material as quickly as
 possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the
 cube [removing only 17.16%]. An octagonal prism
 rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted.
 Don't Work Hard.
 Work Intelligent.
 But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at
 their destination, they may be required to stack
 the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent
 worker has delivered an object that won't stack.
 Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo!
 Oh, and it should read:"work intelligently."
meirl

meirl

Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product for the sake of making your own job easier? This worker just removed 47.64% of the material from the object he was assigned to transport! If one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster, too. And probably get fired for it. If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere, but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate- rial. And it would require less work to carve. While we're on the subject, though, how quickly did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there. If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube, then the worker has already failed. If the goal was to deliver as much of the material as quickly as possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the cube [removing only 17.16%). An octagonal prism rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted. Don't Work Hard. Work Intelligent. But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at their destination, they may be required to stack the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent worker has delivered an object that won't stack. Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo! Oh, and it should read: "Work Intelligently." <p><a href="http://laughoutloud-club.tumblr.com/post/173928613600/wait-a-second-just-think-about-it" class="tumblr_blog">laughoutloud-club</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Wait A Second, Just Think About It</p></blockquote>
Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being
 conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product
 for the sake of making your own job easier?
 This worker just removed 47.64% of the material
 from the object he was assigned to transport! If
 one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube
 to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster,
 too. And probably get fired for it.
 If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not
 carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere,
 but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate-
 rial. And it would require less work to carve.
 While we're on the subject, though, how quickly
 did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi
 dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it
 with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know
 how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a
 cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there.
 If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube,
 then the worker has already failed. If the goal was
 to deliver as much of the material as quickly as
 possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the
 cube [removing only 17.16%). An octagonal prism
 rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted.
 Don't Work Hard.
 Work Intelligent.
 But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at
 their destination, they may be required to stack
 the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent
 worker has delivered an object that won't stack.
 Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo!
 Oh, and it should read: "Work Intelligently."
<p><a href="http://laughoutloud-club.tumblr.com/post/173928613600/wait-a-second-just-think-about-it" class="tumblr_blog">laughoutloud-club</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>Wait A Second, Just Think About It</p></blockquote>

<p><a href="http://laughoutloud-club.tumblr.com/post/173928613600/wait-a-second-just-think-about-it" class="tumblr_blog">laughoutloud-clu...

Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product for the sake of making your own job easier? This worker just removed 47.64% of the material from the object he was assigned to transport! If one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster, too. And probably get fired for it. If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere, but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate- rial. And it would require less work to carve. While we're on the subject, though, how quickly did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there. If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube, then the worker has already failed. If the goal was to deliver as much of the material as quickly as possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the cube [removing only 17.16%). An octagonal prism rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted. Don't Work Hard. Work Intelligent. But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at their destination, they may be required to stack the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent worker has delivered an object that won't stack. Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo! Oh, and it should read: "Work Intelligently." laughoutloud-club: Wait A Second, Just Think About It
Ron Swanson: Wait a second. What exactly is the message being
 conveyed here? Feel free to sabotage the product
 for the sake of making your own job easier?
 This worker just removed 47.64% of the material
 from the object he was assigned to transport! If
 one of his co-workers removed 47.64% of his cube
 to simply make a smaller cube, he'd move faster,
 too. And probably get fired for it.
 If the worker is going to carve up his cube, why not
 carve a cylinder? It'd be just as mobile as a sphere,
 but he'd only have to remove 21.46% of the mate-
 rial. And it would require less work to carve.
 While we're on the subject, though, how quickly
 did this worker carve a sphere out of a cube? Evi
 dently he didn't lose much headway. And he did it
 with that little pen-knife? Seriously? Do you know
 how difficult it is to carve a perfect sphere from a
 cube? That's some Ron Swanson shit right there.
 If the ultimate goal was to deliver a whole cube,
 then the worker has already failed. If the goal was
 to deliver as much of the material as quickly as
 possible, then he should have cut 4 edges off the
 cube [removing only 17.16%). An octagonal prism
 rolls just fine, with less material and time wasted.
 Don't Work Hard.
 Work Intelligent.
 But, for all we know, when the workers arrive at
 their destination, they may be required to stack
 the objects. In this case, our so-called intelligent
 worker has delivered an object that won't stack.
 Bravo, intelligent worker! Bravo!
 Oh, and it should read: "Work Intelligently."
laughoutloud-club:

Wait A Second, Just Think About It

laughoutloud-club: Wait A Second, Just Think About It

Ron Swanson: I HOPE THE REST OF YOUR DAY IS COOL BEANS <p>Ron Swanson is a role model. via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2FidboP">https://ift.tt/2FidboP</a></p>
Ron Swanson: I HOPE THE REST OF YOUR DAY
 IS COOL BEANS
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Ron Swanson: You're synonymous with being a man's man. What was the lasto thing that made you cry? I went to theatre school. I took two semesters of ballet. I'm the sissy in my family. I cry with pretty great regularity. It's not entirely accurate to equate me with manliness. I stand for my principals and I work hard and I have good manners but machismo is a double-sided coin. Alot of people think it requires behavior that can quickly veer into misogyny and things I consider indecent. We've been sold this weird John Wayne mentality that fistfights and violence are vital to being a man. I'd rather hug than punch. Crying at something that moves you to joy or sadness is just as manly as chopping down a tree or punching out a bad guy. To answer your question, I recently saw Alicia Keys perform live. I'd never seen her before and the sheer golden, heavenly talent issuing from her and her singing instrument had both my wife and me in tears. What a gorgeous gift she has. Her voice is so great. And I had no shame Tabout crying.1 If you live your life openly with your emotions, that's a more manly stance than burying them The Babahuck @TylerHuckabee Follow We don't appreciate Nick Offerman nearly as much as we should 3:46 PM-Oct 16, 2017 Nashville, TN 234 t 32,770 81,142 <p>Ron Swanson sums up what it means to be a real man via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2xbJVN8">http://ift.tt/2xbJVN8</a></p>
Ron Swanson: You're synonymous with being a man's man. What was the lasto
 thing that made you cry?
 I went to theatre school. I took two semesters of ballet. I'm the sissy in my
 family. I cry with pretty great regularity. It's not entirely accurate to
 equate me with manliness. I stand for my principals and I work hard and
 I have good manners but machismo is a double-sided coin. Alot of people
 think it requires behavior that can quickly veer into misogyny and things
 I consider indecent. We've been sold this weird John Wayne mentality
 that fistfights and violence are vital to being a man. I'd rather hug than
 punch. Crying at something that moves you to joy or sadness is just as
 manly as chopping down a tree or punching out a bad guy. To answer
 your question, I recently saw Alicia Keys perform live. I'd never seen her
 before and the sheer golden, heavenly talent issuing from her and her
 singing instrument had both my wife and me in tears. What a gorgeous
 gift she has. Her voice is so great. And I had no shame Tabout crying.1 If
 you live your life openly with your emotions, that's a more manly stance
 than burying them
 The Babahuck
 @TylerHuckabee
 Follow
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 should
 3:46 PM-Oct 16, 2017 Nashville, TN
 234 t 32,770 81,142
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