You're Doing It Wrong
BERLIN, DE - It was unfortunate he had to fire everyone on his first trip to Europe. Nobody else wanted to go. The office closure had been pre-announced. There were sad meetings for technology transfer and hardware acquisition.
He had not expected so many people - working on their resumes. He attached pink and blue shipping notes to their computers. They asked if he spoke German, he did not. He was the least popular American in Europe, but the food was good and he scored a new laptop.