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Why People Take “Sick Days”

January 24th, 2008 by Bradley Denton

Statistics Don't Lie

Posted in Brad, Daily Life, Dammit!, Disability, Graphs, Health and Safety, Labor Relations, People, Science, Writing, Zombies | 7 Comments »

7 Responses

  1. Rory Harper Says:

    Oh, yeah. As our readership continues to increase, we should get a bigger piece of the pie, too….

  2. Madeleine Robins Says:

    Pie? There’s pie? Is there coffee too? I’ll have a slice of apple–if there is apple–and a large coffee with milk, please.

  3. Steven Gould Says:

    Hope you feel better, Brad.

  4. Sara Says:

    Hey, all this tells me is that I’m so old that I can’t read that tiny print!

  5. Steven Gould Says:

    Take a sick day, Sara. Then try again.

  6. Ken Houghton Says:

    Wait a minute? You mean “shattered” or “psychotic” are reasons NOT to go to work?

    I thought humans spent much of their lives trying to find like souls…

  7. Caroline Spector Says:

    I feel less bad about not posting last week…and now i have an excuse…

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