(Radio Rip)

Johnson: Alright, this meeting was supposed to get started at 9:00 so let’s get going

R2D2: Beep Boop.

R2D4: Boop Beep.

Johnson: Excuse me. We need to get started so if we could bring the side conversations to an end.

R2D2: Beeeep.

Johnson: Now we need…

R2D5: Beep Boop.

Johnson: That’s not on the agenda.

R2D6: Beep Boop Beep.

Johnson: I can handle this on my own, R2D2, stay out of this.

R2D2: Beep Boop.

Johnson: What? Oh I thought that was you. You all kind of sound alike and when you’re right next to each other…

R2D2: Beep Boop.

Johnson: That’s not racist it’s just a fact. R2 astro-mech droids kind of all sound…

R2D2: Beep Boop.

Johnson: Go ahead. Go to HR. And then we can have a nice open conversation about the lack of diversity in some of our hiring decisions over the last few years.

R2D9: Beep Boop Boop.

Johnson: I know it’s your department and I also know that IG-88 didn’t even get an interview…

R2D9: Beep Boop.

Johnson: I’m not implying anything. I just think HR might be interested in digging…

R2D2: Beep Beep Boop Boop.

Johnson: And they will certainly be interested in the use of that sort of non inclusive language in the workplace.

R2D2: Beep Boop.

Johnson: *sigh* Look’s like we need to go over our office communication agreements again. Everyone pull out your pocket guides.

R2D2: Beep Boop

Johnson: Well IG-88 had fingers…


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