"He has indicated to me that this is it."
Say it ain't so!!
As the NBA star enters his final contract season in which he is set to make $25 million. Whoa!
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That's it, guyz! Shut it down!
TV's had a good run, but we've officially reached the end of it all, because Amy's Baking Company — the awful restaurant that stunned a nation by stumping Gordon Ramsay and then going absolutely bonkers on the internet — is getting a reality show.
'We are currently hiring / casting servers and bussers for the upcoming filming of our reality TV show!'
Nobody in their right mind would/should take that job, even if it comes with national exposure!! Nobody needs to subject themselves to the bullying and work environment that Amy's Baking Company provides their employees!
Pretty much nobody responded positively to the advert, unless they contacted the owners directly somehow. One of the only responses was dripping with sarcasm:
'Wow! It would be such an honor to work for you. You didn't come across as a neurotic, egocentric maniac at all on Gordon Ramsay's program.'
The job listing (if you can call it that) asks applicants to send a head shot, or current photo, along with their CV. If that doesn't sound right to you, you're not alone! It didn't sound right to others, too:
'Isn't it against the law to ask for a head shot or photo with resumes?'
'Head shot or current photo? Do you have to be pretty to work there? Does talent and skills just go out the window if you're fat and/or don't wear make up? Bummer.'
No word on what network this will show up on, if any, or if they'll just put it up online!
Either way… WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE IT.