Agent Jackson, JP Fairfield, and BCole reunite to talk about taking time off. On the corporate side, Jackson gets blue balled when answering his work phone late at night, BCole explains the idiotic salary laws for analysts in Minnesota, and JP defeats all flu vaccines. On the geeky side, Jackson supports playing hooky from school, a deer saves BCole from BET Spring Break, and JP advertises her Harlem shake. Take that take that take that! Music: Dilated Peoples “ClockWork” (8:11) and “Dilated Junkies” (39:40)
Agent Jackson, JP Fairfield, and BCole kick off the new year with … what pisses them off about starting a new year. On the corporate side, Jackson amazingly hates on co-workers that are nicer at the start of a year, JP actually observes work-free vacations, and BCole hates on the onboarding process everywhere. On the geeky side, Jackson warns people about mass holiday texts, BCole has a $40 New Years experience, and JP attempts to sell us on The Vampire Diaries (Team Klaus?).
Agent Jackson, JP Fairfield, and BCole take on the second half of the feedback show with the power of many ninjas. Feedback topics include klepto co-workers, an update on JP’s task management schemes, Sega CD and the ESRB, why people mess up the CC line on email, keeping your funky feet covered in the office, slow jams vs salsa and mergengue, and oversharing in the office. As usual, BCole ends the show on a downer, which is his way of wishing everyone Happy Holidays on behalf of the podcast!
Agent Jackson, JP Fairfield, and BCole read and respond to user feedback that you’ve so graciously sent! But first, the crew shout outs all of the countries that check out the podcast – we get love from every continent except from the haters in Antarctica. After that the crew delves into feedback topics, which include embedding audio files into Google+, why admins run the office, Windows Tab vs Alt Tab, disgusting office keyboards.
Agent Jackson, JP Fairfield, and BCole get their party on! On the corporate side, company parties are deservedly trashed. Jackson teaches the crew about the Lackey Laugh(tm) and being called King Tut, BCole finds his boss and secretary in a compromising position, and JP gives a blueprint for a good corporate event. On the geeky side of the show, Jackson shows appreciation for the two step, BCole shares a horrible prom tale, and JP gives insight on the Male Revue.
Agent Jackson, JP Fairfield, and BCole bring the rant hammer onto meetings and everything we hate and love … no, just what we hate. On the corporate side, Jackson whines about being late to meetings, BCole talks about inception meetings about meetings, and JP accurately describes the sounds of nature that occurs when no one has any questions during your meetings. On the geeky side, the group tackles multiplayer gaming in person vs being called every slur in the book over Xbox live, meeting internet friends in real life, and if we’ll ever get meetings like Demolition Man but with Minority Report screen protectors.
Agent Jackson, JP Fairfield, and BCole cover all of your favorite Windows shortcuts. Most involve the windows button, and BCole mysteriously has a keyboard that lacks this. Shame! After we leave the company side, we talk about shortcuts we took in our neighborhoods – Agent Jackson dares trains to hit him, JP Fairfield scales gates like Jackie Chan, and BCole gets three legged dogs to hunt down his siblings. Don’t worry, we also tackle some gaming shortcuts, as the trio reminisce about Rainbow Road, warp zones vs warp whistles, and playing as Air Dog. BOOMSHAKALAKA!
Agent Jackson, JP Fairfield, and BCole show you how to manage tasks at the job and within geekdom! At our jobs, Jackson takes the caveman approach of pen and paper, JP builds Skynet, and BCole looks at us funny. On the geeky side, we rant about open world vs closed world games, grinding in RPGs, Superman doing the laundry, Batman and the Joker going food shopping, and when the hell Jack Bauer actually used the bathroom. Check us out at operationcubicle.podomatic.com.
Agent Jackson, Bryan, and JP Fairfield take on the topic of bosses, For the corporate boss talk, we talk about alleged McDonald’s salmonella outbreaks, braiding other kid’s hair in day care, getting paid like an undocumented immigrant. For the video game boss talk, we talk about Bowser, Dr. Robotonik, and Magus.