The Uncle Walt’s Insider (Step) Moms Panel answers your real questions with their own totally reliable advice. [Lawyer-mandated disclaimer: do NOT rely on this advice. Our panel of experts may or may not be actual stepmoms, but they are definitely evil.]
“Dear (Step) Moms: There’s no actual reader question today. I’m just making this up to keep the format looking the same. So, what can readers of Uncle Walt’s Insider expect from us in 2020? Discuss.” – Marty R, Svalbard
Just don’t go to Walt Disney World. There are already enough people there without you.
Great question, Marty!
Well, to begin with, probably not a lot of variety from Harriet, I’m guessing. And judging from recent articles, a lot more Baby Yoda pictures? Let’s see, what else…
In 2020 we’re looking to objectively maximize sustainable virtualization by utilizing completely procrastinate cloud-ready sprints. I think that by enthusiastically expedite cost effective convergence, we’ll see an increase in travel budgets, particularly for Walt as he takes on a larger role in theme park research and churro consumption. We’re also looking to progressively scale competitive data by intrinsically predominate economically sound experiences by demonstrating dynamically right-shore professional web-readiness. The synergistically evolve cloud-centric paradigms will naturally develop into dynamically optimize functionalized quality vectors to produce our globally matrix functional web services. By Q3 2020, we’ll professionally monetize go forward best practices and distinctively maximize flexible action items. As we continually pursue multidisciplinary solutions, we’ll dramatically utilize cloudified e-services and proactively pursue intermandated manufactured products.
Walt’s drunk again.
Maybe we should just quit trying to write satire, and only post baby Yoda memes, and “Lady yelling at cat” memes.
We’ve been writing satire?
Whoa whoa whoa… it sounds like we need to quickly re-engineer front-end e-services. We’ll leverage our fungibly supply cloud-centric expertise to dramatically procrastinate turnkey interfaces. Then we will professionally re-engineer stand-alone experiences.
Joe Rohde’s earring:
It’s going to be a 3D Motion Simulator Ride! And a dark ride! And a roller coaster! And a Guy Fieri burger restaurant! All smashed together in one!
Since when does Joe Rohde’s earring answer (Step) Moms’ questions?
Joe Rohde’s earring and I play golf on Thursdays.
So, in summary: What to expect? More of the same.
That’s right, Marty, collaboratively simplify real-time potentialities.
We should probably get someone new to mop the floors. Our current janitorial service is awful.
We have a janitorial service?
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