Do you have to deal with false security measures at work?
They are tearing down the building in about 6 weeks, so there are a lot of outside workers coming and going from the employee entrance taking things off to storage. Recently someone decided this is a security risk, so of those coming in through the employee entrance, employees have to show their ID to enter, and non-employees have to sign in. However, the people signing in don't have to show ID, so they could sign in as Mickey Mouse and do whatever they wanted while inside. People coming in through the front door which is the public entrance need not show ID or sign in, but on Tuesdays (City Council day) they have to go through a metal detector. So someone could come in the front door, load up a cart full of stuff and take it out the back door without even having to sign their Mickey Mouse. It's such a waste of time.