Woman Has No Idea When She Will Stop Being A Class Object
By Dominick McRobotface
MINNEAPOLIS—Signaling the end of her employment at a leading construction firm, sales representative Donna Schonart, 31, told reporters Thursday that she has no clue when she will stop being a class object. “I’m just doing my job, and I don’t know what I’ll do when I move on to someone else,” said Schonart, who, like many employees at the company, has been trying to figure out what she will do when she finally has enough money to make a change. “I guess I’ll just sit back and watch some video of me doing a difficult job, but I haven’t really found out yet. I’m not even sure if anyone knows I’m even a human being. Maybe if I have a child, I’ll find out, but I don’t know.” At press time, Schonart was interviewing for a new job.