Grant Kruger (thirdworld) wrote,
Grant Kruger

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Realism vs. propaganda

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Those insipid motivational posters filling many of our workplaces tend to drive one crazy, as if the price of your unfailing loyalty could be measured in clichés. While this may be true of many workers out there, I don't think it's true of most of you. So you have to love the concept of demotivational posters. At they created a slew of demotivational posters to counter the corporate line. Now they are giving us the opportunity to do the same with their parody motivational generator. I've posted a link to my LJ before for a similar web page that allowed you to make your own motivational posters, but this one is meant to be contrary and it gave me the chance to make one in their theme

Thanks to debgeisler for the link.
Tags: fun, humour

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