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Lucent's Victim

Phil Harvey

1:00 PM -- I'm so sick of seeing honest, hard-working guys having their jobs stripped away and handed to immigrants who will work for less. Just look at what happened to a Dallas-based Lucent executive, Ray Bowle.

— Phil Harvey, Person of the Year, Light Reading

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12/5/2012 | 3:11:11 PM
re: Lucent's Victim
Geez, I just got hoofed by ALU and a foreigner replaced me also...
I'd live in my summer house, but I do not have one and I certainly would not work at Friday's either. The Rainforest Cafe has better tippers!!!

Hard to believe that the report is real...
12/5/2012 | 3:11:11 PM
re: Lucent's Victim
Hard to believe that the report is real...

What?! Can't be. They just had a fine piece of investigative journalism on Anne Nicole Smith:

Anna Nicole Smith Finally Reaches Target Weight

In truth, I think The Onion is on a roll.
Get it? Onion? Roll? I slay myself sometimes.
Lite Rock
Lite Rock
12/5/2012 | 3:11:10 PM
re: Lucent's Victim
I slay myself sometimes.

You slay us too Stevery.

I like the way ONN has taken on not only the look of CNN, but they have skillfully incorporated the look of the Al Jeezera Logo as well.

This is some creative stuff.

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