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Posted by Imp (#4) 564 days ago (http://newsthump.com)
The level of smugness found in high street coffee shops varies considerably, a report revealed today.
The amount of smug radiating from several shops was six times the recommended limit, which when exceeded can cause staff to be punched in the face.
Experts are demanding clearer labelling on coffee menus, with a simplified version available for people who just fancy a quick brew.
“I find.. VIEW STORY PAGE | OPEN LINK
Thanks so much for taking the time to meet with me. My uncle tells me how busy you are these days what with all the subpoenas and lawsuits so I really appreciate you calling me in for a second interview. I haven’t seen one of those in a while, kind of like a Checker Cab or a liberal Republican. Regarding your valid questions about my employment history, I will do my best to explain what you might.. VIEW STORY PAGE | (Editorial)
Posted by Imp (#4) 571 days ago (http://newsthump.com)
Search giant Google has responded to increasingly widespread economic pessimism by temporarily removing the ‘I’m feeling lucky’ button which usually sits next to the search box on its web page.
The button, which normally returns the single most promising result from the user’s search query, was felt to be “out of step with current consumer sentiment” according to a Google spokesman this mornin.. VIEW STORY PAGE | OPEN LINK
Posted by Imp (#4) 572 days ago (http://newsthump.com)
The government has pledged to boost the morale of employees by insisting companies allow them to decorate their workspace over the festive period, take part in a cake bake and pay £1 to wear casual clothes on Fridays.
The move comes after the government revealed changes in employment law that will allow employers to increase the contempt they show their workforce.
Business Secretary Vince Cab.. VIEW STORY PAGE | OPEN LINK
Posted by Imp (#4) 580 days ago (http://newsthump.com)
Tesco has today launched a full investigation after a packet of dead bird purchased in one of its stores was found to contain some salad leaves.
Paul Streeter from Weare, Somerset, said his girlfriend was sick after the leaf was discovered in a dead chicken they bought at Tesco’s Burnham-on-Sea branch.
He told reporters, “She was pulling out the giblets and there it was, a couple of rocket .. VIEW STORY PAGE | OPEN LINK
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