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“When they’re sitting right there and walking by my desk all the time, it becomes much, much less intimidating.

This clown is in a strip mall, outside an office in which people are doing nothing more deadly than stuffing envelopes, but he's the one who's being persecuted, so he needs to keep his shootin' 'arn close at hand in the event that a lady with blue hair comes at him with a stamped envelope.

(Or fresh fruit.) We will be lucky to get through this election without somebody getting shot.

And while I definitely don’t believe that open office plans magically create divine levels of collaboration, I don’t agree with Jason’s proposition that giving everyone in every company their own private room is a good solution.

Here are a few reasons why I don’t support Jason’s all-private-office proposal: My inbox is the bane of my existence–my work day would be so much faster and less stressful if I didn’t have to field so many emails and instant messages, Yammer notes and Campfire updates all day long.

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