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The people of Bethel, AK were absolutely heartbroken when they found out that the Taco Bell opening in their town was a hoax. Approximately 97 percent of all people in Bethel who were surveyed said it was the worst thing to ever happen to them. So, to airlift their spirits, Taco Bell executives flew in a taco truck containing ingredients for 10,000 Doritos locos tacos to Bethel in what can only be described as the greatest humanitarian gesture since BP released their line of Gulf Coast tourism commercials. Not content to merely give away potentially profitable food material, Taco Bell decided to make a commercial out of the event. Because you can't spell philanthropy without "P.R."

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The story behind this is pretty simple. It's a zoo that runs "animal escape drills" with giant paper mache replicas, which clearly prepares you for any danger you may encounter.

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Boomers! Have you recently hired a whiny, entitled, passive-aggressive, constantly offended new coworker who has an odd mixture of shaky self-esteem and an inflated sense of expertise brought about by years of having information and encyclopedic knowledge at their fingertips on the internet? Then this is the training video for you!

Show them how to do what Boomers do best, like:

  • Showing up on time!
  • Staying awake at early morning meetings!
  • Carrying out simple repetitive office tasks!
  • Buying a house at age 23!
  • Tanking the economy!
  • Eliminating sociocultural safety structures for poor people!
  • Living the dream!
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If you're having trouble, the flight attendant's announcement was "The captain cannot take off when we have ice on the wings, and we don't want to die."



Passenger Ella Ryan, posted to Instagram her account of the chaotic travel delays, "This is what happens when you've been delayed almost 8 hours, everyone's at a lost including staff 'we don't want to die' absolute mayhem. All hell was breaking loose when a member of staff made this outrageous announcement."



She also revealed passengers were "continuously receiving inconsistent reasons for the delay" and were only given a £3.50 ($7.20) voucher. You'd think after 8 hours they'd get a full refund.



The discount airline Ryanair responded with only a statement of, "We will be speaking to the crew member involved and apologize for the regrettable comment she made in the heat of the moment".



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