To Lumberg: Your TPS reports suck *ss…

According to a study out of the University of East Anglia, swearing at work is a good thing.  The study found regular use of profanity to express and reinforce solidarity among staff, letting them express their feelings, such as frustration, and develop social relationships, according to researchers at the UEA.

Wonder if HR is going to get that memo?

What struck me more was the comments from the announcement on Slashdot.  If you’ve got 10 minutes, prepare for a good chuckle.