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Universal Declaration of Human Rights. by Picø ҉ ØwO

April 8th, 2010 4:49 PM / Location: 41.911754,-87.90296

INSTRUCTIONS: Post a copy of the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights in your workplace lunch room. Document how long it takes for HR (or somebody else) to take it down.

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Please get a photo of the document in place.

If you happen to be present when the document is removed, please get a photo of the person for evidence during their trial.

Two weeks ago, during my ten minute break (what else am I supposed to do on a ten effing minute break?) I posted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the Public Library faculty lounge in Northlake, IL. I trusted that from then on out they would be followed unwaveringly by everyone in the office or else receive punishment from the universe.
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But apparently a hater was in our midst. I returned to the faculty lounge again today (I very rarely have any reason to go down there) only to find the document missing from the wall where I left it. I know not when or by whom it was removed, but I suspect it was Ron, the IT guy, as I'm fairly sure he has absolutely no sense of humor anywhere underneath that superiority complex of his.

So, while the task is complete, I feel that I have failed at taking this task anywhere near either above or beyond. I've put off posting it because I wasn't able to gather any more information, but I think in the end, this will have to suffice. I could repost the document, or come up with more creative ways to display it, but in the end, I think my energies are better spent on other tasks. My tasking career has just begun, and I feel it's time to move on to bigger and better things. But for now, here is my praxis, as I prefer to get things finished rather than leave them incomplete in hopes of something perfect coming along.

Onward I go.

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posted by SF0 Daemon on April 10th, 2011 10:03 PM

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