> From: GO4IT17@aol.com
> To: BRKD4A@aol.com
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; A10EWP@aol.com; SHAPIRO143@aol.com;
Lhchime@aol.com; mary williamson <Williamm@cwis.unomaha.edu>;
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> Subject: (no subject)
> Date: Wednesday, February 10, 1999 12:33 PM
> A woman desperately looking for work goes to apply for
> > a job. The Personnel Manager goes over her resume and
> > explains to her that he regrets he has nothing worthy of
> > her. The woman answers that she really needs work and
> > will take almost anything. The Personnel Manager hems
> > and haws and finally says he does have a low skill job on the
> > Tickle Me Elmo line. The woman happily accepts. He
> > takes her down to the line and explains her duties and
> > that she could start at 8:00 AM the following day.
> > >
> > > The next day at 8:45, there's a knock on the Personnel
> > Manager's door. The Tickle Me Elmo foreman comes in
> > and starts ranting about the woman he had hired. After
> > screaming for 15 minutes about how badly backed up the
> > assembly line is, the Personnel Manager asked him to
> > show him the problem.
> > >
> > > Together they head down to the line and sure enough,
> > Elmos are backed up from here to kingdom come. Right
> > at the end of the line is the woman. She has pulled over a
> > roll of material used for the Elmos and has a big bag of
> > marbles. They both watch as she cuts a little piece of
> > fabric and takes two marbles and sews them between
> > Elmo's legs.
> > >
> > > The Personnel Manager starts to kill himself laughing and
> > finally after twenty minutes of rolling around, he pulls himself
> > together and walks over to the woman and says, I'm sorry, I
> > guess you misunderstood me yesterday.
> > >
> > > What I wanted you to do was give Elmo two test tickles.