August 11, 2012 by Volamoot at Mashable!
When 31-year-old Taylor Grey Meyer wrote a hasty email to the San Diego Padres after applying for a job at the franchise for the 30th time in a row, she didn’t know her words were about to set the Internet on fire.
First reported by sports blog Deadspin, Meyer — who has held internships in professional sports over the years — sent an email to the Major League Baseball (MLB) team applying for a job as a ticket seller after being rejected for a series of more prestigious roles. When the team rejected her application yet again and suggested she attend a job fair-like event at the stadium for $500, she decided to take matters into her own hands.
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