WEARING this attractive six-pointed star on my sleeve signifies my pledge to abide by a code of conduct. Presently the code of conduct is a draft, but we hope, by working together, to one day turn it into a second draft.
While speaking to you from this podium, I pledge the following:
- I will not yodel.
- I will not introduce my first slide by saying, “Here is my first slide.”
- I will not conclude the discussion of my first slide by asking, “Any questions about my first slide?”
- I will not ridicule my fellow presenters, not even the shallow idiots.
- I will not become a womb of light.
- I will not guess the weight of randomly selected audience members.
- I will wear comfortable slacks.
- I will not activate an under-seat “tingler” at the moment of greatest suspense.
- I will not reveal the ending of the final Harry Potter novel, or that the lady in “The Crying Game” is a dude.
- When I think about you, I will not touch myself.
Of course, sometimes, I might need to yodel, or even touch myself. Wearing the Gallagher Hammer-and-Watermelon Badge signifies that my presentation will be “anything goes.” You folks in the first five rows, button up your overcoats.
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