A Warrior’s Death for the HP Color Printer

It was almost sad at times. This printer, which had given so much of itself to Innovative Automation‘s growth over the past 9+ years….but it just didnt’ seem right to toss it in the dumpster like so much other daily refuse. This HP printer deserved a warrior’s death, a violent yet swift execution befitting of a soldier who had given it his all only to lose the battle in the end.

IT Director Kenneth Skillett performed the ceremonial execution. Less than 20 minutes later, according to witnesses, the HP color printer carcass was stolen by dumpster divers and hauled off in what was described as “a puff of yellow, blue and red toner cartridge ink cloud,” following the grave robber’s vehicle.

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One Comment on “A Warrior’s Death for the HP Color Printer”

  1. Michael Says:

    Only if it was an homage to Office Space…


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