SNAFU by Ellen Roberge
A Hysterical Memoir About Why the Government Doesn't Work

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Enjoy the hysterically amusing, some astonishing, and irreverent but true stories of the Federal Government as I lived it for 28 years.There is something here for everyone who's ever had to deal with the Government. It will most certainly appeal to the 14.6 million currently employed Federal civil service employees, as well as all retirees (they may not like what I've written, but they'll be hard pressed to dispute it).

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Ellen Roberge lives in Orlando, FL with her husband and crazy dog. The first best decision she made was to go to work for the federal Government and the second was to retire early from the federal Government.
Published June 21, 2012 by CreateSpace. 131 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment.

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During one of their final conversations before her mother’s death, as they watch foolish people feeding the alligators, her mother remarks: “No, they shouldn’t feed them, but it’s not the alligators [sic] fault;

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