Anyway, in the spirit of such good humor (an extraordinary gift of God), I wonder if the following excerpt from Ordinary Boy might offer any helpful insights into the LCMS restructuring effort.
"It didn't surprise us that Indestructo Industries was one of Superopolis's most successful companies. We certainly bought enough of their products! But when we reached the address listed in the handbook, we couldn't believe the sleek, shiny office tower that awaited us. As we walked up the main sidewalk leading to the building, we passed under the legs of the enormous statue of the Amazing Indestructo. On its shoulders was balanced a huge globe bearing the name of the company. It was impressive, but not more than I would expect for the greatest hero in Superopolis.
"In the lobby we saw a directory, and we quickly found what we were looking for: Office of the President, twentieth floor. It made sense that the president would be at the top.
20th floor • Office of the President
19th floor • The Sentinels of Trademark Infringement
18th floor • The Defenders of Lawsuits
17th floor • The Federation of Fine Print
16th floor • The Syndicate of Shell Corporations
15th floor • The Human Resources Self-Preservation Squad
14th floor • The Enforcers of Corporate Euphemisms
13th floor • The League of Licensing, Royalties, & Copyrights
12th floor • The Proprietary Protectors of Patents
11th floor • The Association for the Exploitation of Adjectives
10th floor • The Union for Foodlike Substances
9th floor • Cafeteria / The League of Ulimate Goodness World Headquarters
8th floor • The Product Development Force
7th floor • The Secret Society of Safety Testers
6th floor • The Toxic Substance Recategorization Team
5th floor • The Choking Hazard Clearance Guild
4th floor • The Guardians of Profit
3rd floor • The Legion of Pencil Pushers
2nd floor • The Minions of the Mailroom
1st floor • Aren't You Here Already?
"'I'm not so sure we should be doing this.' Plasma Girl stopped suddenly. 'We could get into a lot of trouble and maybe even get yelled at.'
"As usual, Plasma Girl was thinking sensibly — the last thing a superhero on a mission wants to do. After all, if heroes thought sensibly, they'd stay home where it's safe" (Ordinary Boy, 82-85).