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Thursday, August 25, 2005


I should also add I'm fascinated by the topic of "paid leave." After Gallegos received her 90 days paid leave sentence one of my employees wanted to know what an SFR staffer would have to do to be placed on paid leave. I told that person that they would have to perform an act so helacious my imagination couldn't even conceive of it. I don't know; perhaps I'm not seeing things correctly but in my book "paid leave" is what some of us think of as a "vacation."