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"So how long is your extended administrative leave?"
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"But I might need time off to grab my gun and rush home to defend my family."
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Freedom, Liberty and 5:01 on a Friday.
"I take it your vacation starts tomorrow?"
"I ran out of vacation days, so I didn't fly south this winter."
An office worker daydreams about a new poster.
'Now there's a vet that needs a holiday,'
"I've transferred all my vacation time into absurdly long coffee breaks."
"I want you to take some time off! Relax a little."
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"We do have unlimited vacation, but first you have to work here."
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"Sir, I look forward to receiving my holiday pay. Seventeen years."
"We offer 104 vacation days...otherwise known as weekends."
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"Well, YOU tell personnel you need every winter off and see if you get a job!"
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"He looks pretty relaxed to me. Can't we deduct this from his vacation time?"
"Our policy regarding paid vacations is - if you take a vacation, you'll pay for it."
'Mr. Barnes was going to interview you for the job, until he realized you were actually expecting financial compensation, benefits and vacation time.'
"Actually, I'm on vacation, but I enjoy spending it here watching everybody else sweat."
'I'm too busy to take a vacation. I've got people to do that for me.'
"I'd like a week off without any business related e-mail on my home computer."
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'Ah, Saltonstall...I see that you've decided to take your vacation in fifteen minutes increments.'
"Hey! I just found out!! Now that I'm assistant manager, I get two weeks of paid vacation!"
"Did you know we don't get a vacation around here until we get married?"
Harried worker to colleague: 'It's all about vacation, vacation, vacation!'
Mr Levy's message was loud and clear, regardless of the blizzard of the century, Mitch had no vacation or sick time left.