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    Bringing Yak to Work
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       You may have heard of take your child to work day, but one Seattle executive brought his yak to work instead. Jim Harding is founder and chief executive officer of Seattle start-up Cirqe, which hopes to create a revolution in e-mail. Weighing in at over 1,000 pounds, Harding's long-haired bovine just hung around the office on Tuesday. The conference room was unavailable.
       "As you can see, he's pretty calm, he's cool, he's collected," Harding said.
       But what about the cleanup? Nothing a shovel couldn't solve.
       "Yeah, he does tend to do that, about eight times a day," Harding said.
       Employees said Harding tries to foster a fun and creative work environment.
       "It's an unusual office, but it's really fun," said software engineer Raul Raja. "You can't say much when the boss brings in a yak."

    Wildcard is awesome.
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    Quote:"You can't say much when sj brings in a yak."

    /fixt

    Wildcard is awesome.
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    #3
    sj has pet yaks hhhmm interesting
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    #4
    i love yaks,me

    [Image: wild-yak.jpg]

    consistency is the hobdob
    of small minds[
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    #5
    That's a pretty yak.

    I love buffalo.
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    #6
    ready to charge,they're noble beasts

    consistency is the hobdob
    of small minds[
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    #7
    I was hoping Yak actually meant weed or booze. bring your weed to work day.

    NOW THAT WOULD BE A GOOD DAY!! LMAO

    RC IS THE SICKNESS THAT MAKES MY MIND GO ROUND-BUNNY
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