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This living corporation is an incorporation of biochemical structures [like a skeleton], systems [like a nervous system], and an association of inner organs. Some parts and systems are not truly happy in the company, some just want to get out, or take a holiday for a while, but usually all disaster ends up in a somewhat unwilling cooperation. At least, we can say that up to date, it has always been so. We hope this collaboration will continue for quite a while yet. The company was incorporated an ungodly long time ago, so the hope about a long-term teamwork could be a good guess. At the incorporation this company was labeled Erik Cornelius Heber.
(Hint: "incorporatus", from Latin means about "furnished with a body.")
This company has got uncountable trillions of employees, if we can believe the scientists. All these are working together for the benefit of the corporation, in order to secure the future of the company. These are the cells of the incorporation. The company has also got about a hundred billion other kind of employees, in the form of gray matter. They are also working for the maintenance and preservation of the corporation, although on a different way from the other workforce. To be frank, we admit, that demonstrations, partial strikes, and other illustrations of discontent can come to pass, but no labor force has ever marched out in volume. This gives the corporation a kind of stability.
For an immorally and outrageously long time the only aim of the company was just being happy about to be incorporated and have fun. This company was taught to read and write by its male founder at the tender age of five. Soon enough, the company discovered, that it was also able to put together words on a funny way. So, regardless of the fact, that there was no need for it, the company outlet began in about the eighth year of the corporation's existence: it was a surrealistic poem, The Red Chorister. Nobody bought its message, so the production went over to the more comprehensible types. The outlet goods were poems and short stories, but the company never thought to submit. It was always for personal amusement: to family, friends, acquaintances and, when the company ripened, to lovers.
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Another special type of having fun for this corporation was learning. From astronomy to linguistic, from higher math to literature, everything seemed to be interesting - simply, life was interesting. When the company got tired of life, it went to the library, borrowed about a dozen books, fiction and non-fiction, and immersed itself in them.
Reading took off a lot of time from production, but consuming both life [fiction] and knowledge [non-fiction] from can was also fun for the company. Professionally, the corporation's most important phases were to become an architect, then a system programmer, and finally communication and sales.
For a long while the corporation was working day and night, [day professionally, night creatively], and it was well-paid for its services. [See more in Services] In the 80's & 90's, from time to time this biochemical company traveled the world with its faithful backpack, living for years in a number of countries, in four continents. Book writing began in its travels. The company base camp was moved also many times, but only within Europe, together with its female partner company and daughter-companies. Nowadays the company joined a couple of high-IQ societies.
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Basically, the corporate spirits could be summed up as being artist or creator. These skills also came handy in its professional jobs. [See more in > Services]
This company subscribes to the ages-old belief, that there is more to this universe than the physical bodies. So, we believe that the physical body is the mix of four influences, or principles, like fire, earth, air and water. These are also the lower planes of existence. The higher planes of existence are the astral or ethereal [emotional], the mental [intellectual] and the spiritual [divine].
So, what? Nothing. This is not a company with a religious mission. We don't sell salvation. We think people usually got the belief they deserve. We mention it only because there is always a slant of supernatural in any company outlet.
More about the taste of the corporation: it seems to lean also towards the humorous and the erotic. Its humor was mostly schooled on Wodehouse and Westlake, while the erotic interest was schooled by Chinese teachers.
About the company policy: this company is incorporated in the sign of Aries, so, the conscious decisions are usually made on that basis. The ascendant being the Capricorn, the unexplainable drives are usually become explainable by that. Even the dumb and foolish acts and decisions are usually explained away by the ascendant, although many times they are simply but dumb and foolish acts, period. In this, the company is very similar to most incorporated entities.
Note: Aries and Capricorn are similar, horny creatures. What does it mean? Let it be the homework of the student.