We're not going to go into the obvious problems about being a member of the KKK, but if you are you probably shouldn't let your co-workers catch on. Vincent Goodman, a Port Authority fire-safety officer (who is black), claims that supervisor Martha Gulick (who we're guessing is white) printed out a copy of "the official Handbook for the Ku Klux Klan" and left it in the office printer in 2007. He also claims he was dismissed by another supervisor when he brought it up, and has now filed a federal civil-rights lawsuit. We're looking forward to the defense that it was just for a "very specific bunch of friends."
Lesson: Don't Leave Your KKK Handbook On The Office Printer
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