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Notice to ALL employees!!!

NOTICE TO ALL EMPLOYEES that had pay cuts!

All personnel will now be required to look happy while working. Company-approved supplies will be provided to each employee at little or no cost.

Here is the new low-cost, company-approved solution to cope with multiple priorities and assignments!

Each employee will be supplied 2 paper clips and rubber bands. (See Fig 1.)

Fig 1.


Assemble items as shown in Fig 2.
Fig 2.


Apply as shown in Fig 3.
Fig 3.


Enjoy your day. This new office equipment will help you to reach the end of a productive work day with a smile on your face!

The Management

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