Tuesday, March 6, 2012


Back in 1997 I worked for a major insurance company in the settling-the-class-action-lawsuit department. I was there for nearly a year and a half and hardly did more than a month's honest work. There were a lot of reasons for this, the biggest being that the work preparing our work wasn't done when we were hired. That left hundreds of people with very little to do for long hours.

So I did this in Microsoft Paint one day. I think there was even a pseudo-work-related reason, but I don't recall for sure.

I started fussing with it in Illustrator and realized quite quickly that whatever I was going to do today just wasn't going to match the original. So here it is.  Yeehaw!

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