And at one of the meetings there was this guy, right? He spoke up quite a bit and asked several relevant questions, right? So it’s not like he was an idiot or anything, right? Except that I soon noticed he had this really odd habit, right? Of ending every sentence he spoke with the word “right” and a tonal inflection that appeared to turn it into a question, right? Regardless of whether the sentence was a question or a statement, right? And he just kept doing it over and over, right? I think he might have had a total of 4 sentences the whole meeting in which he didn’t do this, right? And it left me wondering what his deal was, right? I pondered if it was an indication of uncertainty about the validity of his statements, right? Like he wasn’t sure that what he just said made sense to anyone outside of himself, right? So he kept appending this ending on in an attempt to indicate to everyone that they should interrupt if they couldn’t figure out what he was talking about, right? I’m not sure if that’s what the problem was, but it’s the best guess I can come up with, right? I could tell after a short while that everyone else in the room had also noticed, right? And some of the people wore little bemused smiles that grew bigger each time this guy spoke, right? You just know that if any of them have a blog they’re probably writing about this guy as well now, right? Because it’s stuck in their heads now just like it is mine, right? And I’m worried that I’ll have to go see a doctor soon and he’ll prescribe me these little blue pills that cost $39.99 for a bottle and I’ll have to take them for the rest of my life to keep me from repeating this annoying habit, right? You guys have probably had experiences with people you work with that are just like this, right?