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A "WaMu Wake": Employees Say Goodbye In Style

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  • A "WaMu Wake": Employees Say Goodbye In Style

    I was listening to All Things Considered on NPR the other night, and heard a story that I thought was just really neat, in the midst of all the economic gloom and doom.

    Here's a bit of the transcript of the radio story from NPR's website...


    I recommend you listen to the report itself here.

    I especially like the Beatles cover band playing "Help!"
    and the emcee singing "I...Should've Known Better With a stock like that....

    But I especially like the part where one employee says "we just wanted to find another way to say goodbye, and this one was waaaay better".

    My car radio was tuned to the Sirius NPR channel, and I heard this story while I went to the store during halftime of a football game the other night. Guess I was just meant to hear it.

    -- Barry
    God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.

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    Re: A "WaMu Wake": Employees Say Goodbye In Style

    Not sure I could have such a great attitude. Good for them!

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      Re: A "WaMu Wake": Employees Say Goodbye In Style

      Was it a "swinging wake"? Sorry, couldn't resist.

      Good for the employees to go out with a bang instead of being kicked out the door.
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