Performance Review Quotes
Angela: I actually look forward to performance reviews. I did the youth beauty pageant circuit. And I enjoyed that quite a bit. I really enjoy being judged. I believe I hold up very well to even severe scrutiny.
Pam: It's performance review day, company-wide. Last year, my performance review started with Michael asking me what my hopes and dreams were, and it ended with him telling me he could bench-press 190 pounds. So, I don't really know what to expect.
Michael: Let's keep going. Keep it going. Yep. What do we have here? We have somebody's piece of gum. Somebody put a piece of gum in there. This is not a, a garbage can, Quotex 评测 this is the future of our company. This is not a place for gum. I don't wanna Quotex 评测 have to read these tomorrow.
Dwight: Yeah, who wants to come in on a Saturday?
Michael: Yeah, what? Uh, alright, next suggestion.
Dwight: Next suggestion.
Michael: "Don't sl-", ok, that's blank [Dwight picks up note] Don't, just put it-
Dwight: "Don't sleep with your boss"? Do you think this is referring to you boning Jan?
Ring for Jeeves by PG Wodehouse: a review and quotes
Ring for Jeeves is remarkable amongst Jeeves and Wooster masterpieces because Bertie Wooster is not in it. His place is taken by Bill Rowcester (pronounced Rooster).
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Meanwhile I have continued my own exploration of the oeuvre of the author known as “Plum” (short for “Pelham”, his Quotex 评测 first name). I have read numerous Jeeves and Wooster works (see my “PG Wodehouse” category for details). The standard is consistent. But I have taken medical advice not to binge on more than three consecutive PG Wodehouse novels. Intensive research shows this may reduce their impact.
The cover of my Folio Society edition of “Ring for Jeeves”
The efficacy of this new reading prescription has been proven by a Wodehouse abstinence of two months between Joy in the Morning and Ring for Jeeves. During this period of pleasurable anticipation I enjoyed other books including Robert Menasse’s Die Hauptstadt – also recommended.
Die Hauptstadt is a fine novel. It contains a certain amount of admirable Austrian humour. But it is otherwise about as different from the works of PG Wodehouse as it is possible for a book to be.
A Jeeves and Wooster Quotex 评测 novel without Bertie Wooster
I immensely enjoyed Ring for Jeeves. The novel does not feature Bertie Wooster but rather his doppelgänger, Bill Rowcester. Even the names are near-identical. There is no such place as Rowcester, but Worcester (the city) is of course pronounced Wooster. Bertie himself is absent from the story, attending “a school designed to teach the aristocracy to fend for itself”. The agenda includes “boot-cleaning, sock-darning, bed-making and primary grade cooking”. This leaves Jeeves free to dispense his characteristic pearls of wisdom to Bill. Bertie is (mild spoiler alert) expelled from the school at the end for the book for cheating in a sock-darning competition. He smuggles an old woman into his study at night. This requires Jeeves to return to his service. But he never appears in person.
Fine quotes from Ring for Jeeves:
- “For some moments after they had gone the peace of the summer evening was broken only by the dull, bumping sound of a husband carrying suitcases upstairs.”
- “William, ninth Earl of Rowcester, though intensely amiable and beloved by Quotex 评测 all who knew him, was far from being a mental giant.”
- “…he fancied he had detected in Jill’s eye one of those cold, pensive looks which are the last sort of look a young man in love likes to see in the eye of his betrothed.”
- “‘You know, Jeeves, even in these disturbed post-war days, with the social revolution turning handsprings on every side and Civilisation, as Quotex 评测 you might say, in the melting-pot, it’s still quite an advantage to be in big print in Debrett’s Peerage.‘”
“Ring for Jeeves” and the life of PG Wodehouse
Ring for Jeeves was published in 1953. Its aristocracy live in crumbling mansions. We sense a quiet sense of desperation around the inhabitants of Bertie Wooster’s world. It is, perhaps, an interesting commentary on Wodehouse’s efforts to depict life in a UK to which he never returned after his move to the US in 1947.
Indeed, it is intriguing to set the life of Wodehouse against the content and qualities of his other novels. He wrote Joy in the Morning, published in 1947, in France in 1939-40 before the German occupation. He wrote Money in the Bank on a typewriter while interned in Germany in 1940. It was first published in Germany Quotex 评测 in 1943 after his 1941 broadcasts on German radio. He wrote Uncle Dynamite while he was ill in Paris in 1944.
I look forward to reading them all; as well as the next novel on my list, The Mating Season. This was written in France in 1946. At the time, Wodehouse was being Quotex 评测 accused in the UK of collaborating with Germany during his war-time detention.
If you’d like to check out my own attempts at comic writing, take a look at my book Seven Hotel Stories.
Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant F1 Barcelona test review and quotes
“It was a shame not to complete any laps this afternoon but it has been great to be back behind the wheel of a Formula One car. We Quotex 评测 have already learned a lot about the AMR22, which is important because the cars are so different this year.
It is a whole new philosophy to understand so we are working through how these cars like to be set up and driven. We are on a big learning curve now, like all the teams, and the goal is to continue to make progress in Bahrain in the next test, and we will still be doing so in the early races too.”
“It has been a useful few days and we have learned a lot about the AMR22, although we, like all the other teams, still have a lot more to learn considering that we are all dealing with a brand-new generation of Formula One cars.
Even so, my first impression of the AMR22 has been relatively positive, so I am really Quotex 评测 looking forward to working with the team to take further forward steps in Bahrain. It was a shame to end the day with an issue, but we have completed many laps, so we can be happy with our work this week.”
Tom McCullough, Performance Director
“The first two days’ testing in Barcelona were reasonably productive, but the third day was interrupted by a small oil leak that caused a small Quotex 评测 fire, which was efficiently controlled but sadly put an early end to our testing and prevented our trialling the new 18-inch tyres in the wet.
In summary, though, apart from the issue that affected Sebastian’s running, we conducted a useful testing programme. With plenty of laps completed, we can now continue to learn as much as possible about the AMR22.
Considering how different the cars are this year, not just from a regulation viewpoint but also with the 18-inch wheels, all data is hugely important to us. So we will now go back to Silverstone, work through our information, and aim to have a productive test next time out in Bahrain.”
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