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Jun 17, 2012

So, the "genius" assumes that all cans are the same product, and thus, the same price?
Even those 2 cans with labels hidden from all angles?

oXXo <-- Identify "genius" cashier, then insert scam here!
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Jun 17, 2012
My intelligence test for cashiers: arrange cans into a rectangle (3 x 4).

Cashier counts cans one by one. IQ = less than 100
Cashier counts cans by twos or threes: IQ =100-120
Cashier multiplies three by four: IQ = 120-150
Cashier looks at rectangle and thinks "12": IQ = GENIUS

Of course, this is on the Cashier IQ scale. The General IQ scale is calibrated much higher. Scores may depend on how much sleep, coffee, etc. cashier gets.
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Jun 17, 2012
I wonder how many people on Monday morning will, for the first time, decide it is worthwhile looking through the phone system's User Guide. Personally, I like the idea of reprogramming the system so my extension gives a permanent busy signal. However, I am sure Wally beat me to it.
Jun 17, 2012
That's Perpetual motion right here.

Except he's probably going to starve at some point.
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Jun 17, 2012
He will never figure that out, that is the reason why we have bosses. They never know what in the world is happening around them..
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