Secrets of a Federal Employee Whisperer

On the plane yesterday I started reading a really interesting book titled “Secrets of a Baby Whisperer.” Among other things, I learned how to interpret a baby’s body language and cries to figure out what he/she wants.

I’ve decided to apply these lessons to my coworkers, using my keen powers of observation to diagnose the root causes of their distress.

Based on flailing arms and raised voices, I think the office is either in serious need of a nap, or suffering from a serious problem with gas.

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