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Subject: Re: People Keep Walking Into Glass at Apple Park
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Subject: Re: People Keep Walking Into Glass at Apple Park
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On Tuesday, 20 Feb 2018 05:48:13 burford/associate@uk.MI15 wrote:

> People Keep Walking Into Glass at Apple Park

read that the post it notes that got put up to protect from being
concussed were taken down

who would have thought that cte brain damage would be an issue at aapl

but it certainly could be used to explain some decisions there

i would presume that the higher up you are the faster you walk and so
the damage on glass impact is greater

the higher ups always walk faster to give the illusion that they are
so busy