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    • Yossi Melman
    • 04.12.07 | 01:45 (IST)

    Slowman has been working as censor for a couple of years now and hasn't learned to do his work as fast as other censors. Indeed, he has remained extremely slow and irritates all posters with his slowness. It stands to reason that Slowman is physically challenged and is unable to speed up. Perhaps Haaretz derives some benefit from employing Slowman. It could be that the Welfare Ministry subsidizes Slowman's employment. We the posters do not wish to cause Haaretz extra expenses, but we may be able to offer some suggestions to speed up the process. My suggestion is that instead of one Slowman doing a full time job, Haaretz should hire two Slowmans (sic), each working half time. After every 4 hour shift by a Slowman there should be a regular 8 hour shift by a fully able censor. That censor will be responsible for catching up with all the posts that the preceding Slowman skipped. Our suffering will be reduced this way. I open the forum for discussion and more suggestions by other posters.

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    First published 00:00 03.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 03.12.07
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