On The Radar: Age And Medical Condition Jokes

Law360, New York (December 17, 2009, 11:01 AM EST) -- Imagine this: A 58-year-old employee experiences "brain fade" during a staff meeting and cannot immediately remember the name of the CEO of the company's biggest customer.

His memory lapse earns him some serious ribbing, and the next day a co-worker circulates an e-mail joke purportedly consoling the employee by citing various benefits of having Alzheimer's Disease: 1) You can hide your own Easter eggs; 2) You meet new people every day; 3) You never have to watch reruns on television; etc.

Many employees might find this...
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