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Stick My Job Where The Sun Doesn't Shine
by Randy Johnson
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  What was the point of going to college and furthering my education?
I've been here for twenty years and have gotten nothing during the duration.
I sell appliances in this crummy store.
I quit, I won't work at this place anymore.
I have two years of college and nothing to show for it, it sure is a disgrace.
A high school graduate could do my job, I should've been running this place.
I've given you twenty years of my life and I've never received a promotion.
You are the worst boss on Earth, I have received nothing for my devotion.
I'll get a better job at a place where my education will be appreciated.
It gives me a great deal of pleasure to tell you how much you're hated.
All that I did was sell crappy appliances to people during my twenty-year career.
You can stick my job where the sun doesn't shine, I'm glad to be getting out of here.
June 30 ,2018
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