The San Francisco Way

The company boss goes up to his four employees, and he's got a serious look on his face.

"I'm really sorry," he says, "but revenues are way down, and I'm going to have to lay one of you off."

The black employee speaks first. "Can't be me. I'm a protected minority."

The female employee says, "Can't be me. I'm a woman."

The senior employee says, "It better not be me: I'll file an age discrimination suit so fast you'll wish you were never born."

And so one by one, they all turn to look at the last employee: a young, white male.

They figure he's doomed, but then he speaks.

"I think," he says, "I might be gay...."

Posted January 3, 2014

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