The adventures of Onionhead in court:
"Defendants have required employees to engage in practices pursuant to a belief system called 'Harnessing Happiness,' or more commonly, 'Onionhead,’" EEOC lawyer Sunu Chandy said in the complaint.
"Onionhead related religious practices ... have included praying, reading spiritual texts, discussing personal matters with colleagues and management, burning candles, and keeping dim lighting in the workplace," asserts the suit, filed Wednesday in Long Island Federal Court.
Hey at least it's not as bad as scientology.
There is gravity on the moon, dumbass.
|Killer Joe |
By "literally", you mean "figuratively".
But, if you didn't have such a worthless french/science teacher you'd know that.
|infinite zest |
How come Onionhead only has pants in his dream?
I fully support the legalization of autism
Be sure to check out some of their pamphlets.
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