WORK vs. PRISON

Just in case you ever got the two mixed up, this should make things more
clear...

IN PRISON ... you spend the majority of your time in an 8X10 cell;
AT WORK ... you spend the majority of your time in a 6X8 cubicle.

IN PRISON ... you get three meals a day;
AT WORK .. you only get a break for one meal and you have to pay for it.

IN PRISON ... you get time off for good behavior;
AT WORK... you get rewarded for good behavior with more work.

IN PRISON ... the guard locks and unlocks all the doors for you;
AT WORK ... you must carry around a security card and open all the doors for
yourself.

IN PRISON ... you can watch TV and play games;
AT WORK ... you get fired for watching TV or playing games.

IN PRISON ... you get your own toilet;
AT WORK ... you have to share with some idiot who pees on the seat.

IN PRISON ... they allow your family and friends to visit;
AT WORK ... you can't even speak to your family.

IN PRISON ...spend your life looking through bars from inside wanting to get
out.
AT WORK ... you spend most of your time wanting to get out and go inside bars.

IN PRISON ... you must deal with sadistic wardens;
AT WORK... they are called managers.

IN PRISON ... all expenses are paid by the taxpayers;
AT WORK ... you get to pay all the expenses to go to work and then they deduct
taxes from your salary to pay for prisoners

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