"Equal rights cannot be taken for granted, either personally or collectively as a Firm."

Are you working today? We are! But it's ok—The Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. would've wanted it this way. As an unnamed partner at "a large accounting firm" notes in an inspirational letter forwarded to us by a fellow freedom-fighter, MLK knew that "the efforts around basic human rights could never take a holiday." Which is why they are expected to come into the office today. (Click to enlarge, brothers and sisters.)

Surely there are even worse examples of this sort of King-quoting corporate email floating around. If you find one, let me know. After all—Jesus believed in hard work, why should we get Christmas off?