Baseball Crank
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October 11, 2002
LAW: A RIGHT TO DO NO WORK?

The DC Circuit affirms summary judgment dismissing an employment discrimination claim by a Postal Service employee who claims that his job got worse when he was reassigned, at the same pay and benefits, to a job including "general budget duties for an office and supervis[ing] up to a dozen workers." What was his previous job? The court quotes this priceless exchange from his deposition:

Q So you stayed at Merrifield. What were your duties at Merrifield?

A None.

Q None?

A [sic] Did you work while you were out there?

A No.

Q What did you do all day?

A Occupied an office.

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