Internal Memo for Wednesday, 2/1/17

Hola amigos!  Es El Chairmanista!  Yo sneako a qui bêfore el Wall-e!  Now DAME MAS TU JOBS.

Fighting between Ukrainian troops and Russia-backed rebels in Eastern Ukraine has escalated in the past several days, with each side blaming the other for violating a negotiated ceasefire.  The rebels have reportedly lost at least five soldiers, including three who worked on Donald Trump’s campaign.

A New Jersey man has died after a dumbbell flew through his car windshield and struck him last week.  The incident is the 5,540th dumbbell-related death in New Jersey so far this year.

Great news, everybody- Anna from Legal has signed a new four-year contract!  Although I can’t imagine what legal action she could possibly take during that time…

Peyton Manning appeared alongside Donald Trump as a speaker at the GOP retreat in Philadelphia last week, sparking renewed debate about the long-term effects of concussions.

A disturbing new Stanford study shows that 12 out of 10 middle school, high school, and college students can’t tell the difference between real and fake news.

Jerry, you are not “the office Sally Yates.”

Actress Mary Tyler Moore died last week at the age of 80, proving once and for all that working women can’t have it all.

According to reports, some senior members of the Trump White House maintained private email accounts on a Republican National Committee server until last week.  All have since disabled said accounts, except for Steve Bannon, who refused to delete what he called “20 years of research on the Jews.”

Eenie, meenie, miney, moe, catch a tiger by the toe… and that’s animal abuse!  To learn more workplace dos and don’ts, stop by our annual HR luncheon this Friday at 1 PM in Conference Room C.  Don’t forget your toothbrush!

Donald Trump’s visit to Palm Beach, FL this weekend will be his second vacation since being sworn in as president two weeks ago.  Unfortunately, neither appears to be permanent.

A Nazi-themed café in Indonesia has shut down due to a lack of customers, but the owner says he plans on reopening in a more “strategic” location.  “People don’t love Nazis here, but I have found a place where they do,” owner Henry Mulyana told local reporters.  “The American White House.”

Yo quiero (a) Taco Bell (staffed by robots).

-The Chairman

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