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10/06/2011

As predicted: NOM spins request for clerks to do their jobs as if it's 'defamation'

by Jeremy Hooper

Complete with a shameless tease that the clerks lives are in danger:



No word as to what other public sector jobs NOM will try to redefine so that a tax-supported employee can take a break whenever he or she feels that the citizen who entered the room is too immoral for his or her liking. Though I do hear they've been watching with concern those postal workers who are forced to sit idly by while lesbian customers lick the commemorative Marilyn Monore stamps with gay abandon.

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