County Official on Paid Leave After Indiscriminately Discriminatory Email Leaked
A county official was put on paid leave in response to public outrage over an email in which he makes "rude remarks" regarding an enormous variety of categories of people, authorities announced yesterday.
In a public statement, a representative of the official stated that "he thought it was okay because he bashed on lots of people equally."
Analysts are now poring over the email's 4.5 billion sentences to determine whether his remarks are indeed offensive without being discriminatory.
"We have found some promising leads," said one analyst, who wants to remain anonymous. "We strongly suspect that [the official's] remarks concerning 'European women who do not enjoy amusement park rides but who have a particular affinity for rotating objects' and 'black carpenters who live in Japan and who commute to work on horses' could be considered significantly more inflammatory than his other comments, and can thus be c