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Crazy, Head, and Yeah: Swearing at Work Dear Employees: It has been brought to management's attention that some individuals throughout the company have been using foul language during the course of normal conversation with their colleagues. Due to complaints received from some employees who may be easily offended, this type of language will no longer be tolerated. We do, however, reatise the critical importance of being able to accurately express your teelings when communicating with colleagues. Therefore, a list of 13 New and Innovative "TRY SAYING' phrases have been provided so that proper exchange of ideas and information can continue in an effective manner . Try think you could do with more training Instead You don't have a "ing dlue. Saying: : do you? Instead She's a f"ing power-crazy of:btch Instead And when the f" do you Of oxpect me to do this? instead F off a"so-hole 2. Try She's an aggressive go-getter Saying Try Perhaps I can work late 4. Try I'm certain that isn't feasible 5. Try Really? 6. Try 7. Try wasn't involved in the project. 8. Try That's interesting 9. Try I'm not sure this can be implemented Instead No f"ing chance mate. 10 Try t will be tight, but II try to schedule t in Instead Why the f" didnt you tel 11. Try He's not familiar with the issues 12 Try Excuse me, sir? 13. Try of course, I was only going to be at instead Yeah, who needs "ing Saying Saying Saying: Saying Saying: Saying: Saying: within the given timescale Saying Saying: Saying Saying: home anyway Of: Instead Well " me backwards with of: a telegraph pole Perhaps you should check with. inead Tell someone who gives a of: Instead Not my "ing problem mate Instead What the or o: me that yesterday? Instead He's got his head up his fe ing a'se Instead oi, face. holidays anyway Some Monday morning work tips for youπŸ˜‚ go follow @jokezar for more
Crazy, Head, and Yeah: Swearing at Work
 Dear Employees:
 It has been brought to management's attention that some individuals throughout the
 company have been using foul language during the course of normal conversation
 with their colleagues.
 Due to complaints received from some employees who may be easily offended, this
 type of language will no longer be tolerated.
 We do, however, reatise the critical importance of being able to accurately express
 your teelings when communicating with colleagues.
 Therefore, a list of 13 New and Innovative "TRY SAYING' phrases have been provided
 so that proper exchange of ideas and information can continue in an effective manner
 . Try think you could do with more training Instead You don't have a "ing dlue.
 Saying:
 : do you?
 Instead She's a f"ing power-crazy
 of:btch
 Instead And when the f" do you
 Of oxpect me to do this?
 instead F off a"so-hole
 2. Try She's an aggressive go-getter
 Saying
 Try
 Perhaps I can work late
 4. Try I'm certain that isn't feasible
 5. Try Really?
 6. Try
 7. Try wasn't involved in the project.
 8. Try That's interesting
 9. Try I'm not sure this can be implemented Instead No f"ing chance mate.
 10 Try t will be tight, but II try to schedule t in Instead Why the f" didnt you tel
 11. Try He's not familiar with the issues
 12 Try Excuse me, sir?
 13. Try of course, I was only going to be at instead Yeah, who needs "ing
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 of: a telegraph pole
 Perhaps you should check with. inead Tell
 someone who gives a
 of:
 Instead Not my "ing problem
 mate
 Instead What the
 or
 o: me that yesterday?
 Instead He's got his head up his
 fe ing
 a'se
 Instead oi, face.
 holidays anyway
Some Monday morning work tips for youπŸ˜‚ go follow @jokezar for more

Some Monday morning work tips for youπŸ˜‚ go follow @jokezar for more

Crime, Jail, and Latinos: #BREAKING: Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio found guilty of criminal contempt. STORY: http://bit.ly/2uR9EKf abe 15 ARIZONA HE GUILTY PHOENIX - Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio was convicted of a criminal charge Monday for refusing to stop traffic patrols that targeted immigrants, marking a final rebuke for a politician who once drew strong popularity from such crackdowns but was ultimately booted from office as voters became frustrated over his headline-grabbing tactics and deepening legal troubles. The verdict from U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton represents a victory for critics who voiced anger over Arpaio's unusual efforts to get tough on crime, including jailing inmates in tents during triple-digit heat, forcing them to wear pink underwear and making hundreds of arrests in crackdowns that divided immigrant families. When reached for comment by ABC15 on Monday morning, Arpaio said his "main reaction was disappointment." Arpaio will now appeal Judge Bolton's verdict in order to get a trial by jury, according to a statement from his attorneys. "Her verdict is contrary to what every single witness testified in the case," the statement read. "Arpaio believes that a jury would have found in his favor, and that it will." Arpaio, who spent 24 years as the sheriff of metro Phoenix, skirted two earlier criminal investigations of his office. But he wasn't able to avoid legal problems when he prolonged his signature immigration patrols for nearly a year and a half after a different judge ordered him to stop. That judge later ruled they racially profiled Latinos. The lawman who made defiance a hallmark of his tenure was found guilty of misdemeanor contempt-of-court for ignoring the 2011 court order to stop the patrols. The 85-year-old faces up to six years in jail, though attorneys who have followed the case doubt that someone his age would be incarcerated. [Read more in comments.]
Crime, Jail, and Latinos:  #BREAKING: Former Maricopa County Sheriff
 Joe Arpaio found guilty of criminal contempt.
 STORY: http://bit.ly/2uR9EKf
 abe 15
 ARIZONA
 HE
 GUILTY
PHOENIX - Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio was convicted of a criminal charge Monday for refusing to stop traffic patrols that targeted immigrants, marking a final rebuke for a politician who once drew strong popularity from such crackdowns but was ultimately booted from office as voters became frustrated over his headline-grabbing tactics and deepening legal troubles. The verdict from U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton represents a victory for critics who voiced anger over Arpaio's unusual efforts to get tough on crime, including jailing inmates in tents during triple-digit heat, forcing them to wear pink underwear and making hundreds of arrests in crackdowns that divided immigrant families. When reached for comment by ABC15 on Monday morning, Arpaio said his "main reaction was disappointment." Arpaio will now appeal Judge Bolton's verdict in order to get a trial by jury, according to a statement from his attorneys. "Her verdict is contrary to what every single witness testified in the case," the statement read. "Arpaio believes that a jury would have found in his favor, and that it will." Arpaio, who spent 24 years as the sheriff of metro Phoenix, skirted two earlier criminal investigations of his office. But he wasn't able to avoid legal problems when he prolonged his signature immigration patrols for nearly a year and a half after a different judge ordered him to stop. That judge later ruled they racially profiled Latinos. The lawman who made defiance a hallmark of his tenure was found guilty of misdemeanor contempt-of-court for ignoring the 2011 court order to stop the patrols. The 85-year-old faces up to six years in jail, though attorneys who have followed the case doubt that someone his age would be incarcerated. [Read more in comments.]

PHOENIX - Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio was convicted of a criminal charge Monday for refusing to stop traffic patrols that targeted immigrants,...

Christmas, Crying, and Dogs: "If you hear the dogs, keep going. If you see the torches in the woods, keep going. If there's shouting after you, keep going. Don't ever stop Keep going. If you want a taste of freedom, keep going." ~Harriet Tubman No Matter What....Keep Going!! Harriet Tubman helped her brothers escape on Christmas day, 1854. Their 'master' intended to sell them after Christmas, but was delayed by the holiday. The brothers were expected to spend the day with their elderly mother but met Tubman in secret. She helped them travel north, gaining a head start on the 'master' who did not discover their disappearance until the end of the holidays. Two years later she brought away her parents, who were at risk of arrest for aiding other runaway slaves. β–« Tubman returned to the South again and again. She devised clever techniques that helped make her "forays" successful, including using the master's horse and buggy for the first leg of the journey; leaving on a Saturday night, since runaway notices couldn't be placed in newspapers until Monday morning; turning about and heading south if she encountered possible slave hunters; and carrying a drug to use on a baby if its crying might put the fugitives in danger. Tubman even carried a gun which she used to threaten the fugitives if they became too tired or decided to turn back, telling them, "You'll be free or die." HarrietTubman MosesForThePeople theblaquelioness Caption Repost from 12-25-2016
Christmas, Crying, and Dogs: "If you hear the dogs, keep going. If you see the
 torches in the woods, keep going. If there's
 shouting after you, keep going. Don't ever stop
 Keep going. If you want a taste of freedom, keep
 going."
 ~Harriet Tubman
 No Matter What....Keep Going!!
Harriet Tubman helped her brothers escape on Christmas day, 1854. Their 'master' intended to sell them after Christmas, but was delayed by the holiday. The brothers were expected to spend the day with their elderly mother but met Tubman in secret. She helped them travel north, gaining a head start on the 'master' who did not discover their disappearance until the end of the holidays. Two years later she brought away her parents, who were at risk of arrest for aiding other runaway slaves. β–« Tubman returned to the South again and again. She devised clever techniques that helped make her "forays" successful, including using the master's horse and buggy for the first leg of the journey; leaving on a Saturday night, since runaway notices couldn't be placed in newspapers until Monday morning; turning about and heading south if she encountered possible slave hunters; and carrying a drug to use on a baby if its crying might put the fugitives in danger. Tubman even carried a gun which she used to threaten the fugitives if they became too tired or decided to turn back, telling them, "You'll be free or die." HarrietTubman MosesForThePeople theblaquelioness Caption Repost from 12-25-2016

Harriet Tubman helped her brothers escape on Christmas day, 1854. Their 'master' intended to sell them after Christmas, but was delayed by t...