Starbucks Is My Office

All I can say is Starbucks better not start charging tax on all the money I make in their coffee shops. Or rather, they’d better not charge tax on the potential income I could make based on the contracts I sign in their coffee shops.

Today I signed a contract, in Starbucks, worth quite a lot of money, if I do my job, which I have every intention of doing.

I can’t tell you more because then I’d have to kill you, or at least make you sign a non-disclosure agreement and provide proof that you have several million usd in near-liquid assets and certain required skills and intentions.

Sorry for the mystery, but that’s what it is.

At least Starbucks can count on me always purchasing a Mocha Grande Con Leche Light sometimes Descafeinado por favor, so they ARE actually getting paid, a whole $38 pesos.

I will say that it’s very nice to be working on a big project again. It’s been a while since I tackled something of this size, and I feel, well, I feel completely in my element. That probably sounds totally conceited. But it’s not meant that way. It’s more that I just feel that the importance of this project to the client will equal the effort I give it, for once. Normally it seems that I bust my butt and then get paid peanuts. This time I will bust my butt and then be able to afford go to Italy and finally see Michelangelo’s David in person!

But first I need to do my job!

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2 Responses to “Starbucks Is My Office”

  1. cancuncanuck
    November 13th, 2007 22:38

    Congrats on the secret new job. I hope you are a spy or a private detective or something, that’s what I am going to pretend anyway.

    Now get to work, what are you doing reading comments!

  2. RiverGirl
    November 13th, 2007 22:53

    Heh heh! I always wanted to be a detective or a spy. But no, this is more mundane. It’s mostly marketing, facilitation and mediation, in other words real estate.

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