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Service people everywhere, I salute you.

by illuminatrix on March 11, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Wanna start projecting respect to those people strong enough to suffer other people's class-based crap. Young and old, no matter why your job involves customer service, you deserve respect. Everyone's been there. And guess what? They ruin far less lives than CEOs and the like. I can proudly say I've never ruined a cashier or a waiter's day. I think of karma incrementally. I'm saving up.

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