PICB’S PRIME DIRECTIVE: GET PRINTERS PAID!!!!!
ngeH Huch latlh DopDaq qIb. yIghoSDo’ ‘oH boS.
(Klingon Translation to English: Your money was sent to the other side of the galaxy. Good luck collecting it.)
From an Orvillian Galaxy far away, a conniving Klingon tried stealing money from the pockets of an Earthling Printer. The Printer, far from wealthy, had sought only to treat his customers fairly and honestly.
The nephew of the Klingon commander, the ships Chief FU Officer, routinely engaged in deceptions and was known to cheat all species who fell into the misfortune of crossing their path. They convinced the Printer that he had billed the wrong company and asked him to beam over new invoices to the correct Payee. They assured him he would be paid faster than warp speed. Not surprisingly — THE MONEY NEVER MATERIALIZED — DID ITS’ PARTICLES GET SCRAMBLED DURING TRANSPORTATION?
The Printer, not realizing the dimensional shift he had just traveled through, fell for the Klingon’s treachery. He never realized this so-called “other company” was just an alter-ego who shared the same address, phone, staff, and principals to profit off of others hard work.
The unsuspecting Printer did as was requested only to be immediately transported to a distant planet with empty pockets. With no other choice remaining he sent an emergency distress signal to Printing Industry Credit Bureau for assistance.
The crack crew at PICB attacked like outraged Vulcans and unleashed their lawyer gamma ray, immediately restraining all of the Klingon’s assets while awaiting the judgment of ‘Q’, who was rumored to be out of communicator range for several millennium traveling in a galaxy where no one had traveled before.
The Klingon’s crew, unable to get cash for their grok, were displeased and grumbled loudly for satisfaction against their commander and his Chief FU officer.
Question: What do you get when you have a disgruntled Klingon with his bat’leth axe sharpened?
Answer: P A I D — really fast!
With PICB’s swift and logical actions the Printer was not just PAID IN FULL, the Klingon graciously paid all of the legal bills, interest and court costs.
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