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Published:July 18th, 2011 12:10 EST

Taco Bell Employee Quits By Writing 'I Quit Expletive You' On Taco Bell Billboard

By Robert Paul Reyes

"A former employee at the Taco Bell / KFC at Transit and Losson Roads in Depew chose to make a bold statement when he decided to leave his position at the restaurant.

The employee left a message on the fast food restaurant`s exterior sign Thursday night announcing he had quit. The sign reads, `I quit - Adam / **** you :)`"

Adam claims he was denied time off on the 4th of July, even though he had worked for 22 straight days. After three straight weeks of working every day at the grease pit, Adam deserved to have the holiday off.

A Taco Bell employee can put up with hearing customers say, "Dude, don`t drop my Chalupa.", or "Dude, where`s the restroom, I need to make a run for the border",only so many days in a row without going bonkers.

I applaud Adam for thinking outside the box, using Taco Bell`s billboard to post his resignation message is pure genius. I don`t expect that Taco Bell will call Adam for an exit interview.

Employers are using the tough economic climate as an excuse to take advantage of their employees. Instead of hiring new employees they force their loyal staff to work like dogs.

Enough is Enough! It`s patriots like Adam who have made America the greatest nation on Earth.

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