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On 3 Jun 2003 at 22:36, Tim Riley wrote:

From:           	Tim Riley <timriley@timriley.net>
To:             	vox@lists.lugod.org
Subject:        	[vox] [OT] CSUS joke
Date sent:      	Tue, 03 Jun 2003 22:36:36 -0700

> I'm taking Oral Presentation at CSUS, and the professor also teaches
> at UC Davis. He was setting up an example of a management theory
> and was reminded of when he asked his Davis class if anyone worked
> at McDonalds. When no one answered, he asked if anyone *ever*
> worked at McDonalds. After a pause someone in the back said,
> "He must be in your Sac State class."
> 
> yuck, yuck, yuck

Does that mean that McDonald's rejects job applications 
from hip/cynical/nihilistic smug elitists???????

regards,
ep

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