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Peculiar Picture #27
It suggests something to do with "holding it all together" or a "missing link." Or it could be political. Lots of ways this could go.
By: Kerry on June 23, 2013
Linear links within a business team. The corporate ladder. Interdependencies within the business community. Old school business mantra
By: Daniel LaFrance on June 23, 2013
Hey, I wrote to you on my blog yesterday because I couldn't access your blog unless I joined Google+. Today, for some reason, I got here through clicking on your latest link. Snowbrush
By: on June 23, 2013
PS, No, I don't have a title, but it looks thoroughly depressing.
By: on June 23, 2013
it really captures the anguish of being just a piece of the corporate world. the agony on that guys face is not one for 'teamwork' rah rah rah. :)
By: TexWisGirl on June 23, 2013
I too thought of work. That hanging on tight or you'll lose it. Have a terrific day. :)
By: Comedy Plus on June 23, 2013
That's how I feel about being just a link in society's chain. Rather live outside the box. ;)
By: Rita McGregor on June 23, 2013
how about "Are you the Missing Link?"
By: fishducky on June 23, 2013
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. Or from that old TV show: you are the weakest link, goodbye.
By: PT Dilloway on June 23, 2013
Working on the chain gang...j/k. Very well done, though~
By: Shelly on June 23, 2013
My first thought also was "missing link." Then I studied the picture some more and noticed the chain resembles a whip. So the guy in the suit and the woman in the red dress (and possibly more people down the line?) could be whipped by (work?) stress.
By: Pixel Peeper on June 23, 2013
I agree with the concept: we're only as strong as our weakest link. It could be used for corporate team-building. Though I'm not sure why that guy looks like JFK.
By: Val on June 23, 2013
When you find yourself as just a piece of a corporate chain, it's time to get out. That's what it's telling me.
By: mimi on June 23, 2013
I'm an optimist, therefore "keeping it together". Love your blog!
By: Hilde on June 23, 2013
You're very talented! Unfortunately, I haven't any ideas about an article for the people/links. :P
By: Lexa Cain on June 23, 2013
We're all just links in a chain.
By: Catalyst/Bruce on June 23, 2013
It might be a good picture for a Women's magazine. I'm struck by the fact that the woman appears to be holding things together with ease. Her arms are relaxed. The man is stretched thin and in agony. I think it shows that women are the superior sex, but we already know this. =) xoRobyn xoRobyn
By: Robyn Engel on June 23, 2013
Very creative. Are You the Weakest Link? I like Robyn's comment.
By: Charlotte on June 23, 2013
i can't think of a title. i always enjoy your peculiar pics. this one is most interesting.
By: fran on June 23, 2013
NO! But it is cool.
By: Cranky Old Man on June 23, 2013
I'm of no help... but I LOVE your work!
By: Mitchell is Moving on June 24, 2013
"Men-Still Higher Up the Chain Than Women." At least the dudes will hit the glass ceiling first.
By: Al Penwasser on June 24, 2013
I don't know, but I like it -- a lot. Love, Janie
By: Janie Junebug on June 24, 2013
I, too, thought of "holding it together" in the corporate environment as your person holding on is in a suit and tie. Your illustrations are always so interesting.
By: Cheryl P. on June 24, 2013
I've been reading a lot about the tiny house movement lately, and the move away from assuming mortgage debt, so my first thought was "Chained to Debt."
By: Linda P. on June 26, 2013
By: mindy on June 26, 2013
Corporate America's Chain Gang.
By: Kathe W. on June 27, 2013
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