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Funny story: George Orwell Returns from the Dead to Sell More Books

George Orwell Returns from the Dead to Sell More Books

Commuters at Grand Central Station received the shock of a lifetime last night: George Orwell selling and signing copies of his books, right near the big clock in the terminal. "Ya gotta strike while the iron is hot," Orwell told the crowd, e...
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Funny story: JFK Airport Security Guards Justify Workday Naps

JFK Airport Security Guards Justify Workday Naps

Confronted with the evidence (photos of napping on the job), the security guards had a variety of responses about their behavior, when interviewed by reporter Gail Farrelly from TheSpoof.com. Here's a sample: -- "I catch a few winks during the slow hours, so that I'm ready to be extra vigilant during the busy ones." -- "Sleeping isn't allowed on the job? Really? I have to check this...
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Funny story: Advice, Support, & Tips for Security Guards - from Inchcock - Part Four

Advice, Support, & Tips for Security Guards - from Inchcock - Part Four

Copied from the author's 'Editors Comments Page', of his 'Inchcock Monthly Guards Gazette', Issue 139, published in April 2009. Amended to suit today's climate. (When I say published, he produced it and ran off a few copies for his fellow Security Officers at the Company he worked at who made him redundant through no fault of his own at 62 years of age, and he was the only employee on the fir...
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Funny story: Advice, Support, & Tips for Security Guards - from Inchcock - Part Three

Advice, Support, & Tips for Security Guards - from Inchcock - Part Three

Copied from the author's first and Editors Advice Page, of his 'Inchcock Monthly Guards Gazette', Issue 144, published in August 2009. (When I say published, he produced it and ran off a few copies for his fellow Security Officers at the Company he worked at who made him redundant through no fault of his own at 62 years of age, and he was the only employee on the firm never to have taken a day...
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Funny story: Advice, Support, & Tips for Security Guards - from Inchcock - Part Two

Advice, Support, & Tips for Security Guards - from Inchcock - Part Two

Copied from the author's 'Editors Advice Page', of his 'Inchcock Monthly Guards Gazette', Issue 121, published in August 2008. (When I say published, he produced it and ran off a few copies for his fellow Security Officers at the Company he worked at who made him redundant through no fault of his own at 62 years of age, and he was the only employee on the firm never to have taken a day off or b...
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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