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10 minutes ago, Lacernella Rubra said:

That's freaking terrifying, thank you.

 

That is one tall dress wearing pig

(that show hasn’t caught on in my household is that the one w the dress? The dad must be ten feet and those cars small trucks)

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1 minute ago, supernal said:

That is one tall dress wearing pig

(that show hasn’t caught on in my household is that the one w the dress? The dad must be ten feet and those cars small trucks)

Yes, Peppa has the dress. 

And I didn't even consider the others yet. Look at all that nightmare fuel.

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3 minutes ago, Lacernella Rubra said:

Yes, Peppa has the dress. 

And I didn't even consider the others yet. Look at all that nightmare fuel.

Big Bird is 8 feet tall. That pig is in good company 

Barney was only 6 

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This one made my brain wrinkle a little:

“In addition to revolutionizing management structure, McCallum wrote six principles for running a hierarchical organization. Most are what you’d expect (number one was ensuring a “proper division of responsibilities”), but number five is worth mentioning: his management system was designed to produce “such information, to be obtained through a system of daily reports and checks, that will not embarrass principal officers nor lessen their influence with their subordinates.” If you have ever wondered why so much of what workers in large organizations know is shielded from the CEO and vice versa, wonder no longer: the idea of limiting communications, so that they flow only from one layer of the hierarchy to the next, was part of the very design of the system at the dawn of managerial culture.”

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