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Sunday, January 25, 2009

The Layoff Wave

When CRAP employees hear the news about the expected layoffs in some of the leading software companies out there, they start to wonder: Could they be next in line?

S2C11 - The Layoff Wave

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Saturday, January 17, 2009

May the Schwartz Be With You! (Part Two)

This time I learn all about the history of Schwartz Catering, "serving high cholesterol foods since 1990"...My 25 Percent - Season 2 - Chapter 10 - May The Schwartz Be With You - Part 2

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Saturday, January 10, 2009

May the Schwartz Be With You! (Part One)

The effects of the financial crisis include such horrible things as hiring freezes, layoffs, budget cuts and suicides. But the thing CRAP employees have dreaded the most is finally here – Schwartz Catering!My 25 Percent - Season 2 - Chapter 9 - May the Schwartz Be With You

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Idan Schneider has published several webcomic series over the past couple of years. When not drawing C-Section Comics, he draws personal cartoons and illustrations and refers to himself in the third person.

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