White Castle Candles: I has one

A co-worker’s nightmare and a craver’s best friend. It’s like a nuclear weapon for the office — mutually assured destruction. Don’t mess with me or the whole office smells like a crave case!

A picture of the candle at my desk, click to expand.

Also, for a good look at why the recently passed Health-care bill is bad for businesses like White Castle, click here.

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2 Thoughts on “White Castle Candles: I has one

  1. Andrew Wilson on May 14, 2010 at 4:19 pm said:

    Lets check back in on this…

    I don’t think this will pan out as big of a deal as claimed.

    I could be wrong, time will tell.

  2. Andrew Wilson on May 19, 2010 at 6:13 pm said:

    same stuff….

    “…But, Boehner’s press release doesn’t point out White Castle would no longer be paying for health insurance for those workers.

    The average premium for families that get insurance from their employers was more than $12,000 in 2007.

    For White Castle to lose money because of the provision, it would have to spend less than $3,000 on health benefits for each employee. Richardson declined to discuss the details of health expenses because the firm is private, he said, but all full-time employees are offered insurance. Total spending on benefits was $55 million last year. ”


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