A Letter on the Door

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
the feeling of one day having a job and the next day you don't

Submitted: January 14, 2009

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Submitted: January 14, 2009

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Dear Employees,

We're sorry that we didn't have the decency to tell you in person

that you no longer have a job. We're sorry that we could not be courteous

and act professional in our quest to inform you that you are now unemployed.

We're sorry that because of our lack of knowledge it involves to

successfully run a business it has become clear that we are closing

down for good. We have enclosed in this document  the ridiculous

and profound reasons that led to this sudden closure. It was because

of our selfish actions and poor decision making that forced us to not

be able to maintain our operation. We are sorry that we forced you

into this unfortunate and difficult situation. We are sorry that we acted like

idiots and were not more considerate when considering how much this

would truly affect your financial and social lives.

Sincerely,

Alpine Owners

Dear Alpine Owners,

You acted like immature dick heads and I will never forgive you

for putting me through that.

Sincerely,

One former employee who will always hate you


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