If the paper on his desk is the exact same paper that is on his desk screen, then why does he need the original paper in the first place? What are they not telling us? What are they trying to hide? AND WHO ARE THEY!?
This is an on-set photo of Nick Fury's office. In a deleted scene from Avengers: Age of Ultron, each Avenger came into the office for a performance review. Quarterly performances were evaluated, goals were discussed, ways to achieve better work flow were brainstormed, and an employee handbook regarding proper office attire was signed and dated. The scene was deemed "too realistic" by the MPAA and eventually had to be cut.
This is some serious, old school, next level stuff right here. All you need is an ashtray filled to the brim with butts, a bottle of Wild Turkey, and a secretary that you offensively call "your girl" and you are transported back to the early 1960s.
I could build this desk if I wanted to. Seriously, all I would need to do would be to chop down some trees, drag the wood home, shape the wood into giant slabs, stain it, shellac it and put it together. I totally could do that...
It's always someone's birthday and, if your office is like Guff's, there is always birthday cake. This exercise bike/desk allows you to eat all the cake you want without feeling guilty. Sure, you might feel guilty because you can't remember your co-workers' names, but that is a guilt that's real easy to get over.