I normally just glance through the business section of the paper each day, finding profit margins and corporate takeovers a little beyond my scope of interest.
But last week I was fascinated by the headline "Quiet fast food". Living in a city environment where "quiet" is as alien as R2-D2, the mere thought of quiet anything piqued my interest immediately.
Apparently a socially conscious entrepreneur decided that the hearing impaired have as much potential any as able-bodied person to do any job in a restaurant. I'm sure he's quite right, and I can only applaud him for implementing this policy.
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