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A disgusting move some retailers will use to keep older workers out

Coffee houses mostly here in the U.S. will find ways to keep people over 50 working there.  They put on music that contains mostly trash.  i.e. lyrics that have suspicious content.  I found out the truth from Kaldi's and they really don't give a hoot about people our age want to hear. They only play what younger people want to hear.  And I assume they have young people on the music team searching for what songs THEY want to have played at the stores.  Maybe it's time we fire those responsible and if we took over, maybe there would be Big Band music playing and we could turn the coffee place around so that way there wouldn't be any songs containing garbage, but songs like from Bing Crosby, and maybe that would make people over the age of 50 work at the Kaldi's Coffee house stores.  

Seniors are just antique people rich with history.
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