I'm on the road this week in *freezing* San Francisco and there isn't much time for sleep, let alone thought, but I had to share this piece of brilliance -- the Onion News Network's "Study finds young people remain apathetic about office politics." (And here I thought we'd explored all the substantive issues with "Politics in the office: Worse than office politics.") Hilarious examples of this youth apathy? Our lack of concern for such pressing issues as the rules of the color copier, who we used to date, and parking spaces. Of course, the really interesting part of the spoof is the parody of the over-40 crowd: "Just 32% of employed men and women under the age of 25 said they were concerned about the size of coworkers' expense accounts and who makes a new pot of coffee if they finish it, as opposed to 74% of employees over 40." Fair to grown-ups? Not really. But an accurate representation of how those of us on the other end sometimes feel? Completely. As the piece's Yer puts it, "I feel like the entire office political system is just corrupt, so why should I care?"