- n. Plural form of janitor.
“Ah, the power of janitors is much higher than you think!”
“The two janitors from the Federalist urinal, remember them? drop by their site and check out all the traffic, and there are four clowns from Another Rovian Conspiracy, one is a some shyster chick, and they opened up shop because they actually believed Rove was gonna walk and Wilson would get indicted.”
“Quite frankly, I’m surprised they haven’t started interviewing the janitors from the movie …. this is getting embarrassing!”
“His teachers, their aides, the principal, the guidance counselor, the librarians, and to a more limited degree his bus driver, the crossing guard, and even the janitors are allowed to do some things that he can't help considering butting into his business and bossing him around.”
“Aside from his brilliant plan to put poor children to work as school janitors, that is.”
“Pretty soon they'll start calling janitors "sanitary administrators" just to stop paying them OT”
“Is it not fair that every hospital and employee of that hospital even the janitors is a accessory to the fact of murder to the unborn.”
“One of the more explosive revelations in Capitalism is "dead peasant" insurance policies (also known as "janitors" policies).”
“A number of unions have been creative in winning organizing drives in places and industries that some thought would never see a labor victory -- such as janitors in Houston.”
“Housing activists have typically focused on the plight of the city's homeless and working poor, such as janitors, security guards, retail clerks, and garment workers, but the crisis now reaches into the middle class.”
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