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Seattle (MVG News) Fast-food franchise owners all over the city are breathing a collective sigh of relief tonight upon learning that the military won't be competing in their "talent pool".
"I was worried at first when I heard they were showing up at the career fair." Said Frank Kershaw, owner of several area Arby's franchises. "But I can see now that I won't have any trouble filling those critical nightshift assistant manager postions."
"That goes double for me!" Chimed in Walt "Buster" Chezny, Human Resource Manager for the 7-Eleven Corporation's Pac NorthWest Region. "Free Slurpee coupons for anyone filling out a job application today!"
Are those legit quotes? Way *too* funny. (Just so long as we don't think too much about that parts that *aren't* funny.)Posted by Julie at January 22, 2005 12:11 AM
I am so mortified to be a Seattle resident when I see incidences like this. A bunch of college students and wanna-be college students who have no idea what reality looks like....and I went to UCBerkeley!! Thank God they don't use reason or intellect - they might actually accomplish something, and then we'd see trouble.Posted by siobhan at January 22, 2005 04:17 AM
Siobhan, if they had reason or intellect, then they wouldn't be protesting those who keep them safe...Posted by Cybrludite at January 22, 2005 11:32 AM
that picture made my mind leap back 35 years. Shame on us for letting our US Army be treated this way. I am glad to know that most of us don't treat soldiers that way. And some of us go way out of our way to show them we support them. Bangor Maine Troop Greeters. Hooah.Posted by 1trupatriot at January 23, 2005 01:38 AM Hide Comments | Show/Add Comments in Popup Window(4) | (Note: You must refresh main page to view newly posted comments here)