Total Eclipse of Communication
From : Managing Director
To : Executive Director
“Tomorrow morning there will be a total eclipse of the sun at nine o’clock. This is something which we cannot see everyday, so let the work-force line up outside, in their best clothes to watch it.
To mark the occasion of this rare occurrence, I will personally explain the phenomenon to them. If it is raining we will not be able to see it very well and in that case the work force should assemble in the canteen.”
From : Executive Director
To : Departmental Head
“By order of the Managing Director, there will be a total eclipse of the sun at nine o’ clock tomorrow morning.
If it is raining we will not be able to see it in our best clothes, on the site. In this case the disappearance of the sun will be followed through in the canteen. This is something we cannot see happening everyday.”
From : Departmental Heads
To : Sectional Heads
“By order of the Managing Director, we shall follow the disappearance of the sun in our best clothes, in the canteen at nine o’clock tomorrow morning.
The Managing Director will tell us whether it is going to rain. This is something which we cannot see happen everyday.”
From : Section Heads
To : Foreman
“If it is raining in the canteen tomorrow morning, which is something that we cannot see happen everyday, the Managing Director in his best clothes, will disappear at nine o’ clock.”
From : Foreman
To : All Operators
“Tomorrow morning at nine o’ clock, the Managing Director will disappear. It’s a pity that we can’t see this happen everyday.”