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Pam Poovey
01 January 2014 @ 10:54 pm
Hello, you've reached Pamela Poovey. I can't come to the phone right now, but leave your name and number and I'll return your call as quickly as possible. Unless this is the Yakuza, in which case, Sore wa watashi de wa nakatta. Watashi wa 'Pam' o shiranai. Watashi wa nihongo ga hanasenai.

*beep*




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Pam Poovey
16 February 2014 @ 11:52 pm
Pam wasn't sure what time it was when she pried her eyelids open. Someone was being loud at her. In words. It sounded a lot like breaaaaaaaakfast, breeeeeeeeeeakfast, make me breakfast!

"Ah, shit," she grumbled. "It's still here."

How long was this acid trip going to last?

(for the co-parent and the wee one. massive SP in effect what what)
 
 
Pam Poovey
08 February 2014 @ 03:00 pm
Pam Poovey was flouncing around Cheryl's fabulous mansion, in a decided mood. She was hung over, and the scale this morning decided she was up three pounds. Stupid, lying scale.

"It's no use," she said, monologuing in the empty living room. Her Wisconsin accent was noticeably absent, as it didn't play well in Middle America. "I'll have to go talk to Bruce. He's the only one who can clear up this terrible paperwork error."

Now that the viewers were up to speed, she lit a cigarette and pouted for a few seconds so they could cut to commercial.

(RECASTING NOTICE. The executives didn't like having an actual overweight woman on the show, so they decided to go in the 'Hollywood Fat' direction instead. So for this weekend, Pam will be played by Bridget Jones-era Renee Zellweger. OPEN!)
 
 
Pam Poovey
Malory loves getting bad news. Really.Collapse )

(Warning: okay so this time we're going to warn for: racism, discussion of some guy getting shot, fat-shaming, skinny-shaming, discussion of drug use, sexual harassment lawsuits, and arson. I think that's it? Part 2 of 2, preplayed with the lovely notmysupervisor. NFI, NFB, OOC is love.)
 
 
Pam Poovey
Guess what happens to Brett?Collapse )

(Warning: this post contains homophobia, racism, drug use, a guy getting shot, people making fun of a guy for getting shot, and terrible people being very, very terrible. If any of that will offend you, run. Backstory post 1 of 2, written with the awesome notmysupervisor. NFI, NFB, OOC is love.)
 
 
 
Pam Poovey
I'm LJ-cutting this for the highly NSFW gifs found within. Isn't that the whole fun of infoposts, anyway?

How you gonna keep 'em down on the faaaaaarm after they seen Pammy?Collapse )

Comments? Questions? Archer quotes? Green Russians?
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Pam Poovey
FYI for any of you who don't know the canon: Archer is a full-on dead baby comedy. Pam and Cheryl are downright terrible people and may frequently mock their students. If your character is physically different in any way -- from having extra arms to being a ginger -- there's a good chance that's going to be poked at. Hard. There will probably be unflattering nicknames.

If your character will hate it IC but you will love it OOC, then everything's great. If you're not okay with it OOC, or if there are spots we need to tread carefully around, then we need to know that, ASAP.

The tentative syllabus lives here. Anybody want to be a TA?
 
 
Pam Poovey
  1. Introductions
    The Care and Feeding of Ocelots

  2. Personal Safety
    Do's and Don'ts for Kidnapping Victims

  3. Arranging Appropriate Transportation
    Drift Car Racing

  4. Self-Expression And You
    Graffiti Tagging, Marzipan and Macrame

  5. Interoffice Romance
    Using Your Co-Workers' Insecurities and Personal Secrets to Maximize Your Booty Calls

  6. Creative Problem Solving
    Arson

  7. Civic Obligations and Legal Responsibility
    How Not to Get Arrested

  8. Promoting a Healthy Work Environment
    Recreational Drug Use

  9. Supplementary Income
    Underground Street Fighting

  10. Opportunities in Human Resources
    Blackmail and Gossip

  11. Efficiency Outside the Office Environment
    Stowing Away on Trips

  12. How to Impress Your Boss
    Using Networking to Dispose of Bodies