Thursday, 24 September 2009

INVESTIGATION: Severe staff anomalies at Northrop Grumman

Something VERY WRONG has been going on at the US defence supplier.



NEEDS NEW FRAMES URGENTLY: Bernard McVey, vice president and chief information officer for Northrop Grumman.



SKIN TOO TIGHT: Harry Chen, Integrated Product Team manager and technical fellow, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems. "Technical fellow" is a proper part of his job title, by the way, we haven't just put that in for effect.



TOO MUCH FACE FOR HER HEAD: Veronica Nelson, manager of the Career Pathways Program at Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems.



PLEASE ENROL IN THE SUIT MODERNISATION PROGRAMME: J. Michael Landrum, director of communications for Northrop Grumman's Information Systems sector. Many more delights can be found at the Northrop Grumman press page.

5 comments:

AK said...

Greatest post yet. Beautiful freaks.

Enn said...

Brilliant post. I also nominate "TOO MUCH FACE FOR HER HEAD" for an award. Any award.

Anonymous said...

"What I'd give for teeth so even and in such a consistent tone...." is what you're all really thinking.

Anonymous said...

Clearly Northrop Grumman has been infiltrated, from the bottom up, by a time traveller, an alien, a robot and Timothy Spall.

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I don't know what to say because but this is sometimes a fact there people who don't do their best effort for that reason we can see those anomalies.

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