All is not well at the Louvre

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I just read this on the BBC news website:

Staff at Paris’s Louvre museum have gone on strike, demanding a bonus for the stress of looking after the Mona Lisa and other popular masterpieces.

Hmm. I’m not anti-trade union or against collective bargaining, but it can’t exactly have come as much of a surprise to the staff at the Louvre that

a) the Mona Lisa was housed there – after all, it’s been there for quite a while now, and
b) that lots of people might want to see it.

Do you get where I’m coming from? Am I becoming less tolerant?

Possibly.

1 Comment
  1. I hear you. I understand people are under pressure but it does sound a lot like going for a job in a busy department store and then complaining that there are too many customers and wanting more money as a result.

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