"Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign...."

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"Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign...."

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Remember this lyric from that old song???

It's back!

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:lol: Too bad I'm not looking for a job :lol:
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Stop, I've had my allotment of humor already! :mrgreen:
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You can find This Guy working in Seattle.... :roll:
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Blaine wrote:
Thu Nov 18, 2021 2:54 pm
You can find This Guy working in Seattle.... :roll:
I wonder if it`s evil or Godliness that drives those people. :lol:
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All joking aside, the restaurants have had to hire sketchy folk that they never would had before the confounded chinomicrobe. The drive-thru window attendants in particular have either a definite recidivist incarcerated vibe or an inner city gang member demeanor.
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Ray wrote:
Thu Nov 18, 2021 8:32 pm
All joking aside, the restaurants have had to hire sketchy folk that they never would had before the confounded chinomicrobe. The drive-thru window attendants in particular have either a definite recidivist incarcerated vibe or an inner city gang member demeanor.
And, might be liable to spit in your food. :evil:
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Kudos, best laugh I had all day :mrgreen:
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Beggars can't be choosers. So many places limiting hours because they can't get help, unqualified or not.
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The pharmacies we deal with are cutting their hours, and when we send in several prescriptions for a patient, instead of filling all of them, they will just feel medicines for seizures or antibiotics first and may not fill the other medicines for a day or two.
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