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Found In LA: Asleep On the Job

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Despite the warning penned by Supervisor Zirves, this poor worker as depicted on a wall in Burbank has done the unthinkable and has fallen asleep on the job. Considering how high the unemployment rate is and in what low esteem we Californians hold the job market, this artistic rendering of many 9-to-5ers' reality doesn't seem so unusual.

Photo by ~db~ via the LAist Featured Photos Pool on Flickr