NY Times: Everyone’s Interns Are Illegal Except for TRI’s

April 5, 2010
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NEW YORK–An article in the New York Times published on Thursday implicitly endorses the internship program at Two Rogers, Inc. by exposing the widespread failure of other companies to pay their interns in actual currency (“Growth of Unpaid Internships May Be Illegal, Officials Say“).

TRIĀ  was not contacted by the Times for comment, probably because we compensate our interns for their time in RogerBuxx. This is an excellent opportunity to remind all of our interns what RogerBuxx may be used in exchange for:

  • Cafeteria goods (excluding items with Xanthan gum)
  • Silkworms
  • Irregular geodes
  • Pogs
  • Interns (auctions every other Wednesday)

Also, if any interns are currently reading this: how do I close this blinking box on my screen so I can get to my AOL radio? I tried restarting the motherboard but now it says that these two people I knew from high school just got married. Weird!

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