Monthly Archives: September 2005

Juuuuuuust short of useful

Just when you think the government has it figured out, they slap you down again. So Marty has been working feverishly on automating our U.S. Postal Service shipping label printing all week, and finished this morning. “Wahoo!”, we all exclaimed! … Continue reading

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Are You Serious?

Every time I think Pickle of the Month will fall flat on its face (which is pretty often, it is quite an asinine idea after all), I come across evidence that silly ideas like this actually work. Well, maybe the … Continue reading

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School is in session

Tuesday night served as our trial run for processing and packaging the test orders we took last week. We had two shirts and one pickle to mail. Of course, a task such as this requires a level head, teamwork, Miller … Continue reading

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Bring in the Marty

We’ve got a new member of the POTM team. His name is Curt, but you can call him Marty. A fellow software junkie, this guy runs circles around Doug and I with his mad developer skillz, but that’s just the … Continue reading

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It’s Alive!!!!

That’s right – today is an historic day in the annals of pickledom. Why? Because we had our first paying customers order via the test site! And it didn’t blow up! At least, it probably won’t! I will now profile … Continue reading

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Marriage, Football, and The Nance

Saturday was a significant day on several fronts. For one, it was the day after our most prolific POTM site traffic to date. This is no doubt thanks to my 5-year anniversary tribute/roast at work, of which POTM was a … Continue reading

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Funny FAQs

When I asked Mike to join me in starting Pickle of the Month, one of the key things I wanted him to contribute was his *unique* sense of humor and writing style. When I read the FAQs he created for … Continue reading

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