So far, this week has been the company’s most productive in decades. Coincidence? I THINK NOT. Business!
Scientists at Stanford University may have found the molecular basis for hair color. “Today, we are one step closer to our goal,” said research specialist Catherine Guenther, lead author of the landmark study, “a world without gingers.”
A supervisor at Atkinson Cotton Warehouse in Memphis, Tennessee threatened to hang a black employee for drinking from a “white people only” water fountain. “We will not tolerate this sort of bigotry,” said outraged owner of the warehouse, E.W. Atkinson. “We would expect this in Europe, but not here.”
For the third year in a row, Anna from accounting has beaten The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask for charity! This year, she raised over $45!
An American University law professor made the case to a group of senators Tuesday that, if spending money constitutes free speech, outlawing prostitution is unconstitutional. His comments were followed by a brief silence, broken only by one senator’s excited cry of “Told ya!”
Though she died in 1996, Bulgarian prophet Vanga appears to have predicted Crimea’s split from Ukraine. Her most prescient quatrain, from 1987, reads, “A land… a certain kind of land, inhabited by people… will change.”
Jerry, it remains inappropriate to repeatedly tell our female employees to “lean in.”
Video has emerged of Justin Bieber repeatedly using the N-word. The video, taken five years ago when the singer was only 14, proves once again that we have only ourselves to blame.
General Motors has apologized for sending recall notices to the families of victims of recall-related accidents. Not because of the sentiment, but because they were printed on what one company spokesman called “substandard paper.”
Betting is officially open on June’s Employee of the Month race! Stop by the seventh floor OTB and lay your money down. Current favorite: Jared from IT at 5:1.
A Missouri woman has been charged with felony theft after raising thousands of dollars from donors who thought she had terminal cancer. “I should’ve known,” said deceived donor Amanda Shillingsworth, 24. “Real cancer patients just deal meth.”
A Florida man has declared himself a sovereign state in order to avoid sending his 8 year-old daughter to school. As his total assets amount to over $15, he is expected to become a full member of the European Union within the month.
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