Check out the Powerpoint that violates the Geneva Convention

Wired got their hands on a 100 page Powerpoint presentation that was made entirely in Comic sans font. It was produced by an unnamed aide to Gen. Dunwoody, CO of the Army’s Materiel Command. Dunwoody had the misfortune of presenting this monstrosity to her boss, the Secretary of the Army.

I kid about violating the Geneva Convention, but it does break a couple hard and fast rules. You're not supposed to make a slideshow that is 100 pieces long and you never use Comic sans (it's the most hated font in existence). You can find it on Scribd.

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