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Grand Avenue by Mike Thompson for December 06, 2015

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    Melki Premium Member over 3 years ago

    When my kids were small and still “believers,” I used to get so annoyed that I picked out the perfect presents and I did all that wrapping and then Santa got all the credit.

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    Flash Gordon  over 3 years ago

    The six stages of an idea in the corporate world:1: enthusiasm. 2: disillusionment. 3: panic.4: search for the “guilty”. 5: punishment of the innocent.6: praise and honors for the non participants.

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    fleebell  over 3 years ago

    That’s how business and CEO’s work kid. Don’t worry, when the revolution finally comes they will be up against the wall right along with liability lawyers…..

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    Nannette Boulais Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Ah, I see there are other worker bees who have the same luv for corporate ‘murica that I do. . .ain’t it great to be retired???? Thanks, Osgood—never worked for a company where this wasn’t so. . .

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    Nannette Boulais Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Ah, I see there are other worker bees who have the same luv for corporate ‘murica that I do. . .ain’t it great to be retired???? Thanks, Osgood—never worked for a company where this wasn’t so. . .

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    Nannette Boulais Premium Member over 3 years ago

    Sorry about the duplicate. . .

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    erin.adamic  over 3 years ago

    Sad but true, Grandma … although in this case, I say that Santa deserves credit for dragging his large behind around the whole world in a single night, and remaining kind and jolly throughout the whole ordeal, while the elves are knocking back eggnog with their feet up before a cosy Christmas Eve fire. Credit where it’s due!

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