I have been amazed at how many people view posts that I make on Medical Matters during working hours. You know there are lots of "Big Brother" type people out there in companies who sit in dark rooms, carefully analyzing where people are spending their companies time, wasting it surfing on the web for porn sites, or reading blogs or, worse yet, viewing Supercub.org. For crying out loud, I can put up a new post in the early morning, mid morning, noon, mid afternoon during hours that you know must be during working hours, and the number of views like immediately light up. An awful lot of wasted time, it seems to me...
So there I am, finding myself similarly afflicted with the supercub.org addiction, right there in my medical office. I find myself checking sc.org before beginning with patients, find myself sneaking into my office between patients. My staff was on to me for a time, until I figured out that the correct feng shui was to have the computer screen positioned so that I couldn't be sneaked upon (bad feng shui), bringing guilt and all that bad karma into my professional and personal life.
This lasted for a short time before the nurses came into my office to ask a question, edging forward as they asked the question, feigning needing to show me the chart so that they could lean forward and catch me in my addiction...very clever, they are, very clever. But I have found them out and am keenly aware of their methods.
Which brings me to the purpose of this post. We need an icon which quickly, imperceptably minimizes the supercub.org website so that we can effectively sneak into and out of this proverbial lair without detection. SJ, I don't think I am alone in needing such a minimizer icon...I think there is a significant market out there.
I have no doubt that their are many (far) out there whose energy levels would be significantly improved, whose dependance upon anti-anxiety medications would be drastically reduced should you develop this tool.
Help us, SJ, help us help ourselves.
An admitted supercub.org addict...
Hi, my name is Randy, and I am a supercub.org addict.