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Via: turnto10
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Sue Stenhouse was, until recently, a public servant in charge of Senior Enrichment in Cranston, Rhode Island. When a program began for teens to shovel snow for elderly folks she decided to celebrate the arrangement in a press conference. Apparently, she thought it needed more diversity. Rather than ask an actual elderly woman to stop by and be part of the assembly, she asked a middle-aged, male bus driver to do some character acting.





No one can seem to pry out a reason from her for the deception but she has since resigned. Disappointingly, it seems like no one has tried to interview the bus driver either.

Via: CBS News
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A hearse driver and funeral director made a pit stop, leaving the body and coffin of the veteran they were transporting in the hearse.  They were on their way to a funeral service and left the hearse waiting in the parking lot while they took a coffee break. Both employees were fired for this thoughtless and disrespectful move when it was brought to the attention of Veterans Funeral Care, the funeral home they were working for.

work vacation news Chinese Company Sends 6,400 Employees on a Paris Vacation
Via: CNN
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The Chinese company Tiens Group sent more than half of its employees on an all expenses paid trip to France to celebrate its 20th anniversary.  The 6,400 person group visited the Lourve museum together and stayed in Paris as part of a four-day trip package. They are expected to spend up too 13 million euros ($15 million US) during the visit. 

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