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On Thursday's radio program, Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere (filling in for Glenn Beck this week) marveled over a recent story about a millennial writer who had a complete meltdown at work while "going over edits with her boss."
According to the P.J. Media article, a "communications and public policy executive, branding consultant, professor, writer" named Carol Blymire took to Twitter to share the minute-by-minute unfolding of a spectacle in which a 20-something writer shouts, cries, and ultimately calls her mother (on speakerphone in a "common workspace area") — all because her boss informed her (gently and politely) that there is no "p" in the word hamster.
Here's the full story as told in Blymire's tweets:
Watch the video clip below to hear Pat and Stu discuss the details:
Watch the full episode here.
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