Here we go… 1. This person is an excellent worker — detail oriented, a problem solver, and a dedicated employee. They are always willing to take on a project and work stay after-hours whenever needed. However, they have a habit of calling in sick on Monday mornings. I have a really lax leave policy. However, this person consistently exhausts all their leave and always on Mondays.
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Perhaps he's far too eager but incompetent, or is good but has some crazy ideas , or just annoys everyone. Rather than being eliminated normally, he can get "promoted" beyond the point where he gets to do anything damaging or given a role that serves no useful functions. Or he can be given a "vitally important task" that really isn't worth the effort and may even be a Snipe Hunt. Alternatively, the role assigned might be significant, but the main advantage of putting the character there is that it would be a long way from anyone else you care about. This can often be used as an excuse of why an authority figure of an obscure topic is so awful at his job:
Dreamcatcher Pinkie Pie sends Rainbow Dash a message over distances where light-speed lag should occur, and responds so quickly that Dash wonders if she's actually nearby. The beginning of the second part mentions how the other members probably had to hold back Near from trying to break the machine after he mentions how he was responsible for his wife's death. Which is exactly what happened.
His father, from Chicago, graduated from Dartmouth College and Harvard Medical School ,  and went on to serve as the president of South Philadelphia Pediatrics and associate clinical professor of pediatrics at Jefferson Medical College. Tapper was educated at Akiba Hebrew Academy , an independent Jewish day school formerly located in Merion , Pennsylvania , and attended Dartmouth College , from which he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude with an A. Tapper also worked for Powell Tate, a Washington, D. Tapper also worked briefly for Handgun Control, Inc.