Alan Finn writes:
Just seen this. Fair play to subway helping out the homeless in Dublin City Centre…
Limerick Leader reports:
Controversy continues over the Government’s JobBridge scheme, as a Subway outlet in Limerick city has advertised two positions seeking “sandwich artists”.
The O’Connell Street outlet is seeking two people to master the ‘art’ of sandwich making for 30 hours a week. Those hired will received an extra €50 per week under the scheme, on top of their existing social welfare payment.
The position is for nine months, and the advert highlights that a mentor will be assigned to the successful applicant.
H/T: Squid Limerick
Naoise Gaffney writes:
Saturday evening, under Koenji station, Tokyo
And none of these guys have ever been to Ireland…
Sandwich Artist, you say?
€50 for a 30 hour week?
This is some Kind of fNONOMNOMNOM
Xierqi station on Beijing Subway’s Line 13 last Thursday morning at around 7:30.
According to Antony Tao of Beijing Cream, Xierqi is:
…a transfer station and one of the cleaner, better-looking ones in the system. It has, like other stations in Beijing’s vast underground transportation network, built-in artificial bottlenecks intended to relieve congestion in the form of gates and narrow staircases. On some occasions, however, those fail.