RDP Wednesday: Paperclip

Geroge was colourblind meaning his pile of papers in the office were boring. Everyone else was organising the important documents with the red paper clips, the not so important with the yellow (actually amber) paper clips and the unimportant with the green paper clips. George could not apply this system, but he discovered it made no difference, he always found what he needed. And the main advantage was he used no plastic to define the colours.

George won the prize in the office for the most environment frielndly worker – a bag of steel paper clips with his name engraved on each one. Who needs colours, when you can read..

RDP Wednesday: Paperclip

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