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A case of overexposure that led to getting canned - RF Cafe Forums

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Robert L.
 Post subject: A case of overexposure that led to getting canned
Posted: Tue Sep 26, 2006 11:18 am 
 
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This happened quite a while ago, but you male visitors should appreciate this - and I swear it's true.

Back when I worked for a satellite building company in the 1990s, there was a particular female member of the building maintenance crew who had an exceptional build. 20 dB better in the front, 3 dB better in the face than most (IMO). One Monday morning we learned that she no longer worked there. Turns out that over the weekend she was toying with the guards out front by flashing them some t*t. It was captured on the security camera and was seen by the security supervisor.

The guy had to fire her, but I'm sure he still has a copy of that recording somewhere. It's probably on YouTube somewhere. :shock:


 
   
 
IR
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Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 4:12 pm 
 
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That is a nice story!

And now this manager has a new reference level in dB
(Decibel boobs :smt007 ) for the new female candidate! :smt038

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Robert L.
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Posted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 7:04 pm 
 
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Someone else with a sense of humor who isn't afraid of political correctness! :-D






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