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This week we covered the wages, cafeteria food, and your own strange but true stories!

Believe It or Not—These People Make a Decent Living Wage!—On Married with Children, Al, the main character, was always complaining that being a shoe salesman was a lousy paying, degrading job. You can’t afford nice things or live in a nice house, and it’s hard to keep up with the Darcys. But imagine working for a shoe store where you actually can afford nice things?!

It’s no secret, our company cafeteria is dreadful!—The Central Intelligence Agency is known for its secrecy, but recently, an e-mail was leaked critiquing the food—and service— that the CIA cafeteria has to offer.

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What a Career Path—From ‘Exploring Galaxies’ to Recruiting Others to Reach for the Stars—Career paths often take unusual turns, but Nichelle Nichols went from travelling through galaxies on TV to recruiting minority astronauts to actually travel in space!

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