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Rep. Chris Lee inspires legislative workplace warning poster: Kenny Be's Hip Tip

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There was a time when the United States government produced workplace posters warning citizens about the dangers of gossip, laziness and gonorrhea. The recent news story about Reprentative Cris Lee, R-NY, reminds that it may be time to start the printing presses in an effort to warn congress people about the dangers of electronic romance... Electronic romance is an exciting netherworld where everything seems possible and private. With each passing scandal, we see that it is neither. Electronic romance warning posters should be hung in the break rooms of every State Capitol building and City Hall across America.

More from our Kenny Be/Comics archive: "LaLa Vazquez's valentine to Denver: Kenny Be's Playing Cupid."

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