Lawrence Paper Company workers (L to R) Larry Rosdahl, Rachel Wagner, Jon Henry, and President Justin Hill.
Rachel Wagner works in technical services.
Trudy Walker oversees the prank rat operation at the Lawrence Paper Company. "They appear on people's desks and in their handbags," Walker says. "Someone else started it, but I usually get blamed for it. The previous three disappeared. I think they got tired of hearing Rachel scream."
Trudy Walker shows off her favorite calculator. "I have a supply of used ones in case this one goes," Walker says. "As people get new ones, I take the old ones."
"Dog Breath" is a fun-poking nickname the workers of the Lawrence Paper Company assigned to Francis Peed. "It came from Trudy the Phone Goddess," Peed says. "We're not up on the codes."
Payroll Clerk and Box Counter Joseph Martin says that he has the biggest desk at the Lawrence Paper Company. "It's not the widest, and it's not the deepest," Martin says. "But I calculated that it actually has the greatest surface area."
Rachel Black of customer services buys a 9-pack of Tic Tacs every other week. "If I start to get a nervous twitch, it's like medicine — it makes it go away," Black says. "There was a pink Breast Cancer Awareness one for awhile. I was in heaven. I know everybody was secretly jealous."
"It gets a little warm in here with all that equipment running," says Suzie Lutz.
Lawrence Paper Company workers (L to R): Milly Fergus, Larry Rosdahl, Rachel Black, Ann Nutter, Francis "Dog Breath" Peed, Justin Hill, Jon Henry, Rachel Wagner, Trudy Walker, and Christine Davisson.
One of many practical jokes played at the Lawrence Paper Company.
The Lawrence Paper Company does not make paper. It makes boxes.
"I didn't even know they still made phones like that until I started working here," says Rachel Wagner of the technical service department.
The Lawrence Paper Company manufactured this Dilbert cutout.
"We're not allowed to have the moving screen savers because they take up too much juice," says Trudy Walker. "So I got fish that don't move."
Jon Henry and Rachel Black converse at the office.
Payroll Clerk and Box Counter Joseph Martin uses rubber fingers to turn pages. "I touch a lot of papers in the average day," Martin says. "It speeds it up quite a bit. It's either that I keep licking my fingers — and that's not good for anybody."
Rachel Wagner demonstrates how to use a file cabinet.