Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Minor loss of fidelity


Dearest, please forgive the
Minor loss of fidelity.
I entreat you not to lose faith
In me. We can work through
This mess smoothly...really.

Do know that to you I will always
Be true. For now, let’s just
Ignore messages of Excel 2010.

My thanks to Trump's National for the statue, and Microsoft and RZ for the inspiration for the poem (of sorts).

10 comments:

Hilda said...

I don't use Excel 2010 so have no idea what this is about. But based on experiences with other Microsoft products, I don't think I want to know.

Lovely fountain sculpture.

Tash said...

Hi Hilda, it's supposed to be funny. At work, we got a warning message that accuracy may be lost after making some changes to an Excel file...my friend RZ used the phrase in its other meaning - i.e. lack of faithfulness.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This looks like the type of gaudy neoclassical motif that would appeal to Trump, based on the photos I have seen of the decor in his New York apartment.

TheChieftess said...

Very funny!!!

magiceye said...

wonderful!

Naturedigital said...

Jupiter or Zeus as his name was in greek, was like that.
Cant comment on on Excel 2010. Havent used it yet.
Costas

Cezar and Léia said...

This sculpture is really beautiful!
Léia :)

Almost Precious said...

Lovely photo of a magnificent statue. As to Excel 2010, seems most new programs come complete with bugs, so one truly needs a sense of humor when it comes to newly upgraded software.
Thankfully my hubby knew of problems with 2010 and upgraded my ancient excel program with 2007; which is close to being ancient in today's fast changing world of computer software.

Wanda said...

I thought it was funny!

spacedlaw said...

I can't help but think this fountain is extremely phallic.