Sarcasm Wrapped In SarcasmNot a lot happened today. I did get to sit in on a meeting, which was pretty fascinating. The boardroom overlooked Central Park. Why did I put "overlook" in the past tense as if the boardroom no longer does overlook the park? The boardroom overlooks Central Park. Or perhaps it did move... I'll check into that and get back to you.
Julie gave me some things to edit. That was fun. Well, in a geeky editing kind of way. But, I am a geek, so it all works out.
On Monday, I'll take a walk over to the Daily Show studio (weather permitting) and get some shots of the outside. It's pretty spectacular. Well, in a this-studio-is-not-at-all-spectacular kind of way. What I'm saying is that it's not spectular. That's the joke I was trying to convey. I was being sarcastic.
Now, I'm using this sarcastic use of sarcasm to again get you to laugh. It's sarcastic on one level, but the whole sarcastic joke is wrapped up in a warm, sarcasm blanket.
And now, I'm using the explanation of the multiple leveled sarcastic joke to make you laugh yet again. By explaining my own failed jokes, it makes them seem more planned out or carefully devised, instead of what they really are. Which is retarded.