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(Guardian)   To work for a living, that is human. To skip work for 15 years, that is Italian   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, Management, Legal terms, Police, Constable, Clock rate, Government, hospital director, Allegation  
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687 clicks; posted to Business » on 21 Apr 2021 at 2:06 PM (3 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-04-21 12:22:06 PM  
Hell, this could be considered a cultural heritage necessity in traditionally Mafia infested areas. No-shows have been a thing for ages. It's a particularly impressive haul for that one guy, but the concept is widespread.
2021-04-21 2:11:47 PM  
There are also differences between American and the French.

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2021-04-21 2:17:51 PM  
In another case, a traffic police officer who lived in the same building he worked in was filmed clocking on in his underwear before going back to bed.

i wonder what his fark handle is
2021-04-21 2:19:22 PM  
They must have finally "fixed the glitch".
2021-04-21 2:32:54 PM  
Living the American dream!
2021-04-21 2:37:20 PM  
I don't think the person who came up with the code name "Part-Time" was showing up to work, either. No-Time, dumb ass; it's No-Time.
2021-04-21 2:48:22 PM  
Ever since the Romans invented the Western World, the Italians have been... coasting.
2021-04-21 2:58:16 PM  

Magnanimous_J: Ever since the Romans invented the Western World, the Italians have been... coasting.

Hello, renaissance?
2021-04-22 6:37:36 AM  

SirEattonHogg: Living the American dream!

Living off someone elses labor by owning company stock is popular too.
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