The Thin Red Line

It’s an unspoken yet universally-known office fact that the term “the thin red line” actually refers to the string that impenetrably seals an interoffice memo.

This same string, however, is easily unraveled ONLY by the person whose name is not yet crossed off in the “Sent To” box. It’s perhaps the most sophisticated piece of twine ever invented.

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