I work in a building that houses federal offices. What is a standard in most every federal building, to include military offices? That's right--pictures of the President and Vice President right at the main public entrance.
Yesterday we had a fire drill. Everyone out, everyone back in. As we were all migrating back in, one of the special snowflake federal workers looked up at the pictures and exclaimed: "I just realized--they're going to put Donald Trump's picture right there, aren't they?"
Her equally aghast co-worker replied: "OMG! We'll have to see it every day for the next four years!"
Me being helpful, I piped up from behind them. "Don't forget Mike Pence. He'll be up there too."
And this is why I wind up eating lunch alone most days.
Screw 'em. The rest of us have had to look at B.O. and his idiot sidekick, "Shotgun Joe", all this time. But we're adults and we didn't cry about it.
And on that note, I heard from a pretty reliable source that up in DC, there were numerous federal employees who were "too distraught" to report to work after the election. But instead of making them report for duty or use their leave, many of them were allegedly given Admin Leave for a day or more, which means paid time off with no loss of personal leave time.
I can't wait for the grown-ups to take over on Jan 20th.