The Great Muffin Heist of ’07

Date:August 31, 2007 / year-entry #325
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Comments:    15
Summary:Earlier this month, there were no muffins to be found anywhere on Microsoft campus. Somebody stole the Muffin Truck!

Earlier this month, there were no muffins to be found anywhere on Microsoft campus. Somebody stole the Muffin Truck!

Comments (15)
  1. Leo Davidson says:

    That picture makes me really want a chocolate muffin. Damn. (I am waiting for a delivery that so obviously is never going to arrive and thus cannot leave the house. :( )

  2. Brian says:

    Oh, do you know the muffin man,

    The muffin man, the muffin man,

    Oh, do you know the muffin man,

    That delivers to One Microsoft Way?

  3. MadQ says:

    I’ll bet there are plenty of muffins. Just have everyone hold their keyboards upside-down, and shake :-)

  4. Gene says:

    So if I find the muffin thief, I get to say "me and a couple thousand friends[1] would like to CHAT" in a very Don Corleone tone of voice?

    You might want to ask the Bungie folks… knowing those guys and their seriousness about snacks I’m sure THEY have an alternate muffin failover system. :-)

    [1] I assume the muffinless pissed-off folks on the MS Campus are at least that many…

  5. Master Thief says:

    Oh man, I could not eat another muffin. I am so stuffed.

    No, wait, yes I can. Mmmmmmm….

  6. Illuminator says:

    I get scared when it’s muffin day around here, those greasy things can be irresistible but give me constipation like no other.

  7. Nick says:

    The Great Muffin Heist of ’07


    Episode V: Richard Stallman Strikes Back

  8. MS says:

    Microsoft’s Muffins Misappropriated; Muffinless Microsofties Mourn Muffin Malarkey

  9. Ulric says:

    Another security issue for Microsoft? :D

  10. Okay so folks know that I'm going upside down in November to Wayne's conference

  11. Drak says:

    I wonder what they are gonna do with the muffin truck… Maybe some sort of bank heist involving giving drugged muffins to the guards?

  12. Jonathan says:

    Nick – Inspired by this?

  13. Nick says:

    [Nick – Inspired by this?]

    That may indeed have been in the back of my mind :)

  14. Russ says:

    And MadQ must have been inspired by this:

    xkdc ftw!

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