“He was so reliable, we knew something was afoul when he was ten minutes late,” said Cleve Person, editor of special projects at the paper. “He has worked for the paper on this project for twenty years.
He was a team player; everyone liked him,” said Rob Gates, human resources director. Asked for a description of Zeller, Gates said, “He looked just like the average Joe here. Long hair, long arms, a fast typist, and a fancier of bananas. He was welled-like. He didn’t stand out in our group of about three hundred writers.
Asked what might have motivated Zeller to quit his post, a employee of the human resources department, who will remain anonymous because she is not authorized to speak for the paper, said a report was put in Zeller’s personnel file recently. He was cited for using the letter “q” in his writing more times than was statistically probable.
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