Once again, Josie had disobeyed a direct order, and now she was on desk duty, looking up names and license numbers. Well, she was supposed to be looking up names and license numbers, but instead, she was playing Free Cell
Joe walked up to her desk.
"What do you think you're doing?" he demanded
"I know this looks bad," Josie said, "but,"
"But what? That doesn't look like a list of names and license numbers."
"You're right. It isn't," Josie admitted. "I was playing Free Cell."
"When you're supposed to be working?" Joe asked sternly.
Josie down and whispered, "I'm sorry."
"I know you are," Joe said, "but I still have to punish you. It's for your own good."
"Yes, sir," Josie said.
"Now," Joe asked, "what did you say the name of the game you were playing was?"
"Free Cell," Josie answered.
"Interesting name," Joe said. "In fact, it just helped me to decide on an appropriate punishment."
"What do you mean?" Josie asked.
She learned the answer a few minutes later when she found herself spending the remaining two hours of her shift in what was no longer a free cell.