At the Child Support Enforcement Department in Helena, Montana, USA, all the Windows games (you know the ones: Solitaire, Minesweeper, Hearts, and FreeCell) were removed from the computers (just like at a certain company we all know and love so much).
“If state employees have time to play computer games, then there are too many state employees.”
My question is, do you think an employee is entitled to spend their lunch break relaxing with a nice game of minesweeper? Or, as is said in the article:
“If state employees are playing computer games during their lunch hours, [they’re] encouraged instead to take a break and leave computers.”