Apparently, the following vacancy notice appeared on 11 Feb. 1996 in Helsingin Sanomat, Finland's largest daily. (Translation by me. E-mailed to me by my cousin.) > A TIRED AND BORING BUS COMPANY IS LOOKING FOR A LAZY AND SHIFTLESS > PERSON FOR A POSITION WITHOUT ANY CHALLENGES WHATSOEVER. > > Ita-Hameen Liikenne Oy [Eastern Hame Traffic Ltd.; Hame is a > province] is hadquartered in Heinola, far in Eastern Hame. > Alongside scheduled traffic, we try to rent buses for chartered > trips. We also own a few travel companies. Since 1931, we've > been attempting to offer our services on ever-contracting markets. > > We could sell more. If someone could be bothered to do the boring > job of customer acquisition. And it doesn't necessarily take any > knowledge of the field. It's just another job someone's got to do. > > Sit down, get a cup of coffee, think slowly and carefully. And if > this still interests you, write an application and send it by February > 16 of this year, at the latest, to CEO Matti Jaaskelainen, > Ita-Hameen Liikenne Oy, Mustanportinkatu 19, 18200 Heinola. We > can't be bothered to answer phone calls. You might also mention > your salary demand, if you please. Write "lazy and shiftless" on > the envelope. The last I heard, Finland's unemployment rate was 18%, so I'm sure they've found somebody by now.
(From the "Rest" of RHF)