Med School Assistant Takes Disability Leave After Seeing Noose in Joke Display

Special snowflakes are everywhere, and it seems that none of them can take a freaking joke. The latest example comes from Oregon, where a medical school assistant was so triggered by a noose in a comedic stress-reduction display that she filed for disability leave.

  • Editor

    Fake offense disability leave sure beats working for a living. And imagine the social justice egg shells her employer and co-workers will be walking on if she ever returns. She’s setting herself up for a leisurely career as an untouchable troublemaker.

    • Nice work if you can get it.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Speaking as a former employer, I suggest that this snowflake could easily be fired “for cause”. Just ride her ass until she screws up…….

      • Maurice Miner

        The best excuse I have found for relatively easy dismissal of a troublesome employee is “safety”.

        The WHS rules are so strict and complex, that an employee cannot help but commit numerous safety breaches every day, and you just go through the union required “three strikes” and relevant notices for minor breaches, or else have sufficient grounds for a major safety breach and instant dismissal (if you are fortunate enough).

        The unions and the Courts will back the employer to the hilt (as they have absolutely no choice but to uphold their system), eventually.

    • WalterBannon

      I would re-assign her to cleaning toilets and every dirty job there is when she came back, including permanent late night shifts, until she quit

      • Maurice Miner

        Nope, doomed to failure and harassment claims. There are much better ways, but you have to use the system. Think “safety”, the holy talisman of the 21st Century.

    • Blacksmith

      Yes this.

  • tom_billesley

    Snowflakes will be reminded of Trump and triggered every time they see a wall.

  • simus1

    Not unlike the schedule in similar coastal climes where outbreaks of terrible working conditions claims closely follow leftist vote whoring amending legislation “correcting for extremely rare conditions presently falling through the cracks”.

  • ontario john

    And don’t forget those precious little snow flakes, that the Toronto Star report want to come to Canada, because Trump is going to change the laws so female students can be raped in the halls. I think we need to reopen the mental hospitals.

    • Justin St.Denis

      From many other nations’ perspective, Canada is a mental hospital.

  • Exile1981

    This is why the internet should be forever not deleted like in Europe. That way future employers can look up this snow flakes name and then know that hiring them is a big old world of hurt and pass on even bothering to interview them.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Competent corporate headhunters can spot these dysfunctional, broken arseholes from a mile off. This is why I fail to understand why parents do not stop their snowflakes from making arseholes of themselves on social media and other internet platforms. Not every corporation has competent headhunters, but even the tackiest operation can google somebody’s name and discover if that person has advertised her/his arseholianism all over the web.

      I can name three Master degree graduates from 2015 (the offspring of friends) who are terribly busy trying to erase/remove themselves and their bullshit from the internet because they cannot find jobs because of their internet and social media histories.

      • Exile1981

        Funny but I asked the question about social media posts to HR back in 2009/10 and was told you can’t hold that against applicants. I googled someone and found out they had a history of trash talking employers and accusing co-workers of discrimination because of their “beliefs” and decided right then I would not have this person in my department.

        Since HR blew a gasket when I suggested they should do a search on the applicants I went through the interview and the person was just as much of an ass in person as their online posts suggested.

        We had 3 “teams” all doing the same work but for different geographical zones. There was a shortage of people with the license we needed and we had 8 postings (across the teams) and 5 applicants.

        Of the three teams I was the only leader who actually also did the work rather than was just a manager and the only one who had the licenses and our team ran way smoother and with less overhead or costs than either of the others. I also was the only one that demanded to sit in on the interviews rather than just picking one of the applicants that HR had interviewed.

        In the end it worked out as another team ended up with the poisonous applicant and while I only got 1 of the 5 people I got the pick of the litter and they worked out wonderfully.

  • Ed

    Take her seriously when she can show that her head would fit in that noose. Ya know… “if the glove don’t fit, you must acquit?”