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2011-07-15 12:35:20 AM  

HumanBeingsSuck: No, it's not.

What are you, some kind of self-entitled pussy?


Nope. Just a person who worked plenty of wage slave jobs to get through college. I put up with a lot of crap at crap jobs, but there are also things that you shouldn't reasonably be expected to put up with. Working 22 days straight is one of those things, and I commend people who walk out when they're treated like shiat.

Something tells me that this person can find a job that's just as good if not better than Taco farking Bell.
 
2011-07-15 12:35:26 AM  

HumanBeingsSuck: Fluorescent Testicle: Adam is the person that the sign was directed towards, not the person who posted the sign.

Ok, my mistake.

I'll still lay you 20:1 odds that the "they" who quit so spectacularly was sill male. (And not plural.)


RandomTux: HumanBeingsSuck: The employee left a message on the fast food restaurant's exterior sign Thursday night announcing they quit. The sign reads, "I quit - Adam / **** you :)"

Clearly Adam is male, and singular. You, however, are an idiot who is clearly overpaid. I wouldn't pay you half of minimum wage to write for me, considering.

Please go fark yourself with a giant dildo with the word "they" written on it with a Sharpie.


This - a million times. Thank you for saving me time to post it.


Link (new window)

If you're interested, this little article has a good illustration of how "They" was a grammatically acceptable singular gender-neutral pronoun in English for much longer than not, and is going to be completely acceptable once again within a generation. We simply don't have any good alternatives, unless we invent a new one.
 
2011-07-15 12:40:05 AM  
As someone who was once a retail store manager, scheduling someone to work 22 days straight is beyond comprehension. That is one supremely shiatty manager, and he deserves to be fired.
 
2011-07-15 12:40:08 AM  

Great Janitor:
Now, for those who don't know, let me explain why 22 days straight sucks. Assuming this guy is full time, and assuming all 22 hours were at least 6 hours (full time retail/fast food hours), this guy worked more than 15 hours of over time per paycheck at one job. The tax man taxes at a higher percentage when you do that. Yes, working more than fifteen hours of over time per pay period will cause you to be taxed at a higher level. So really, not only did he give more of his life to this restaurant, but the manager actually cost him money. I actually didn't learn this until my now wife, then girlfriend, worked for Fidelity and learned some tax codes and rules.


I've heard this a few times and I've never understood how that would be possible. You're taxed on your total income for the whole year. They may withhold a larger percentage on that check (I imagine they just extrapolate that check out for a whole year and use whatever tax rate that would have), but you're still making more, right? Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
 
2011-07-15 12:41:43 AM  
As someone that wrote a scathing letter to my Taco Bell Manager when I quit for not getting a day off I'm getting a kick out of these replies.
 
2011-07-15 12:41:45 AM  

Submitted First With a Better Headline: Nope. Just a person who worked plenty of wage slave jobs to get through college. I put up with a lot of crap at crap jobs, but there are also things that you shouldn't reasonably be expected to put up with. Working 22 days straight is one of those things, and I commend people who walk out when they're treated like shiat.


In some places, it's illegal, douchebag.
 
2011-07-15 12:42:46 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: In some places, it's illegal, douchebag.


Either you have misquoted or misunderstood, because I'm on your side of this. :)
 
2011-07-15 12:45:01 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Of course, you'll never work in Depew again,...


You say that like it's a BAD thing.

/ from Eden, NY
// makes Depew look like Manhattan
// q: what's the best way to forward a career in Western New York?
/ a. leave.
 
2011-07-15 12:47:34 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: Submitted First With a Better Headline: Nope. Just a person who worked plenty of wage slave jobs to get through college. I put up with a lot of crap at crap jobs, but there are also things that you shouldn't reasonably be expected to put up with. Working 22 days straight is one of those things, and I commend people who walk out when they're treated like shiat.

In some places, it's illegal, douchebag.


The only place it's actually illegal to just walk out of is jail.
 
2011-07-15 12:47:53 AM  
Hey look at our butts.
 
2011-07-15 12:49:56 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: Still, I got the runs from the food, so say la vie.


so say we all.

"c'est la vie" is the phrase you were looking for.

I used to have a boss who would write "walla" in emails. he meant "voilà"
 
2011-07-15 12:53:26 AM  

ironoctopus: Link (new window)

If you're interested, this little article has a good illustration of how "They" was a grammatically acceptable singular gender-neutral pronoun in English for much longer than not, and is going to be completely acceptable once again within a generation. We simply don't have any good alternatives, unless we invent a new one.


Thanks, ironoctopus, that was a really interesting article. I've been a sheepish
"they" user for years, but I may start being more bold about it knowing that Jane Austen was similarly inclined...
 
2011-07-15 12:53:33 AM  

farkwell: AverageAmericanGuy: Still, I got the runs from the food, so say la vie.

so say we all.

"c'est la vie" is the phrase you were looking for.

I used to have a boss who would write "walla" in emails. he meant "voilà"


it just shows to go you always can tell
 
2011-07-15 12:55:04 AM  

Cheesus: Great Janitor:
Now, for those who don't know, let me explain why 22 days straight sucks. Assuming this guy is full time, and assuming all 22 hours were at least 6 hours (full time retail/fast food hours), this guy worked more than 15 hours of over time per paycheck at one job. The tax man taxes at a higher percentage when you do that. Yes, working more than fifteen hours of over time per pay period will cause you to be taxed at a higher level. So really, not only did he give more of his life to this restaurant, but the manager actually cost him money. I actually didn't learn this until my now wife, then girlfriend, worked for Fidelity and learned some tax codes and rules.

I've heard this a few times and I've never understood how that would be possible. You're taxed on your total income for the whole year. They may withhold a larger percentage on that check (I imagine they just extrapolate that check out for a whole year and use whatever tax rate that would have), but you're still making more, right? Someone correct me if I'm wrong.


I don't quite understand it either, but you're taxed each pay period based on your income and your allowances. Then, every April they look over the money you earned and either give you a refund, tell you that you paid exactly what you owe, or you pay more money. That's really the only point in which you're taxed on your annual earnings. Every other time you're taxed on what you made that pay period and there is something in the code about 15 hours of OT that penalizes the worker for more taxes. Now, still possible to get that money back in your end of the year tax refund if your annual earnings is low enough compared to what you paid in.

This happened to me at one job I worked. I worked in one pay period 13 days, 8 to 15 hours each day. When I finally got paid the tax penalty was noticable (last job I worked that gave actual physical pay checks), the accounting woman explained the penalty to me and the bossman explained that if I didn't like it then I could find a new job, because he was short staffed and had deadlines to meet. Basically, 15 hours of overtime is no real problem. 16 hours of over time and you actually start to lose money.
 
2011-07-15 12:57:07 AM  

Great Janitor: The manager who had an employee work 22 straight days needs to be fired.

Working in a position derp.. girlfriend, worked for Fidelity and learned some tax codes and rules.

In truth, this guy should have been on the phone to the corporate office or to the District Manager filing complaints against his manager. Not for the Forth of July thing, it's retail/fast food, you can't really count on getting holidays off, but for the 22 straight days. Also an OSHA complaint.

/works in the corporate headquarters of a retail company
//when I get bad service somewhere I know that going to the District Manager is better than going to the Store Manager.


You may be a great janitor but you are a lousy accountant.

[taxesdonotworkthatway.jpg]


/Agree with you on the 22 straight days of labor problem.
/cpa
 
2011-07-15 12:59:10 AM  
When I worked @ MIckey D's back in the 80s, we changed the sign @ the Wendy's across the road from reading " Now Hiring All Shifts" to "Now firing All Sh*ts". Big yucks in a small town in SE Michigan back in the day.
 
2011-07-15 01:01:24 AM  
Did Taco Bell collapse because of this or did life go on?
 
2011-07-15 01:04:44 AM  

Cheesus: Great Janitor:
Now, for those who don't know, let me explain why 22 days straight sucks. Assuming this guy is full time, and assuming all 22 hours were at least 6 hours (full time retail/fast food hours), this guy worked more than 15 hours of over time per paycheck at one job. The tax man taxes at a higher percentage when you do that. Yes, working more than fifteen hours of over time per pay period will cause you to be taxed at a higher level. So really, not only did he give more of his life to this restaurant, but the manager actually cost him money. I actually didn't learn this until my now wife, then girlfriend, worked for Fidelity and learned some tax codes and rules.

I've heard this a few times and I've never understood how that would be possible. You're taxed on your total income for the whole year. They may withhold a larger percentage on that check (I imagine they just extrapolate that check out for a whole year and use whatever tax rate that would have), but you're still making more, right? Someone correct me if I'm wrong.


At Taco Bell wages you're still making more probably. I occasionally get in spots where a little bit of OT can actually cost me money, but it's hard to do (and if you know that it's coming it isn't to hard to change withholding on a W2 for that spot)
 
2011-07-15 01:05:34 AM  

ironoctopus:
Link (new window)

If you're interested, this little article has a good illustration of how "They" was a grammatically acceptable singular gender-neutral pronoun in English for much longer than not, and is going to be completely acceptable once again within a generation. We simply don't have any good alternatives, unless we invent a new one.


Thank you. I am interested indeed. It will be probably hard for me to accept though. I might just wait until Safire comes back from vacation :)
 
2011-07-15 01:05:51 AM  

Cheesus: Great Janitor:
Now, for those who don't know, let me explain why 22 days straight sucks. Assuming this guy is full time, and assuming all 22 hours were at least 6 hours (full time retail/fast food hours), this guy worked more than 15 hours of over time per paycheck at one job. The tax man taxes at a higher percentage when you do that. Yes, working more than fifteen hours of over time per pay period will cause you to be taxed at a higher level. So really, not only did he give more of his life to this restaurant, but the manager actually cost him money. I actually didn't learn this until my now wife, then girlfriend, worked for Fidelity and learned some tax codes and rules.

I've heard this a few times and I've never understood how that would be possible. You're taxed on your total income for the whole year. They may withhold a larger percentage on that check (I imagine they just extrapolate that check out for a whole year and use whatever tax rate that would have), but you're still making more, right? Someone correct me if I'm wrong.


I agree, income taxes are based on your yearly income. If you're working a bottom-rung job at Taco Bell, you can probably find enough exemptions and deductions so that you don't pay a cent in income tax anyway. But people who can figure that out wouldn't be working at Taco Bell for long.
 
2011-07-15 01:14:23 AM  
 
2011-07-15 01:14:23 AM  

HumanBeingsSuck: The employee left a message on the fast food restaurant's exterior sign Thursday night announcing they quit. The sign reads, "I quit - Adam / **** you :)"

To the author of TFA:

Clearly Adam is male, and singular. You, however, are an idiot who is clearly overpaid. I wouldn't pay you half of minimum wage to write for me, considering.

Please go fark yourself with a giant dildo with the word "they" written on it with a Sharpie.

Sincerely,
HBS


[English pedantry] "They" is also used with an indefinite third-person singular antecedent in place of "he" or "she" when the gender or plurality is not known. [/English pedantry]
 
2011-07-15 01:15:02 AM  

Great Janitor: I don't quite understand it either, but you're taxed each pay period based on your income and your allowances.


Nono. The tax isn't more; there is more tax withheld. There is a difference.

The actual tax you pay is on a yearly basis and is independent of how the hours are distributed. Each pay period, you have a portion of that pay taken out early. This amount taken out and withheld early is set aside special ('withheld") by your employer, like a special savings account, to help you pay FUTURE tax next April. 100% of the money withheld is sent back to you to pay THAT tax. If amount you've paid in (withheld) is less than the tax owed on tax day, you have to send in all of that money, plus write a check for the remainder of the taxes owed. If you somehow get more withheld into your account than you owe in taxes, you only have to send in part of that withheld money and you get refunded the rest of it, as an income tax 'refund'.
 
2011-07-15 01:15:03 AM  

highwayrun: cameroncrazy1984: Submitted First With a Better Headline: Nope. Just a person who worked plenty of wage slave jobs to get through college. I put up with a lot of crap at crap jobs, but there are also things that you shouldn't reasonably be expected to put up with. Working 22 days straight is one of those things, and I commend people who walk out when they're treated like shiat.

In some places, it's illegal, douchebag.

The only place it's actually illegal to just walk out of is jail.


I walked out of a job once. It was about six years ago, I was working as a valet in December. The company would go to parties and get paid a flat rate per hour to valet park the cars plus an bonus rate for every hour over. That was actually rather reasonable and understandable. Where we had issues was the tipping policy. When arriving on the job each night we had to surrender everything in our pockets, in every pocket. The company view point was that if you were an hour into the shift and a car key went missing and you had a car key, it belonged to a car that you valeted parked and not your car key. They also reasoned that any money on you belonged to the company. When tipped, we had to put that money into the tip box. The following Tuesday we'd get our tip pay, $2/hour. We made minimum wage plus the tip wage. Several of us did the smart thing. Figured that tip money was to us, and not the company, we'd go to the bank before work, get 20 one dollar bills, not turn in our stuff (bullshiat policies are made to be ignored) and when tipped $5 or more, turn in the one dollar bills. Now if you're wondering "Why not keep the money? Why turn in dollar bills?" We had to drop off the cars in a certain spot. Standing in that spot was the company enforcer (I don't know what his actual title was), his job was to make sure you took your tip money to the box. Now with 20 valets dropping off cars all at once, he can't watch you the entire way, neither can the other enforcer who made sure money actually got dropped into the box. This is how the switch was made possible. So in a night, instead of turning in over $400 in tips to the company, I kept over $400 tips and gave the company about $50 (singles were often just dropped into the box).

My last night there, after the last car was picked up, the lead realized the tip box was a bit light. We were ordered to stand in the lot, an arms lenght away from each other and ordered to empty our pockets. What ever came out belonged to the company, according to company policy. And yes, when wallets and car keys hit the ground, the corporate guys picked them up, citing that policy. When they came to me I said "No." They ordered me to, and I again said "No." They ordered me a third time and I said "You want to search me, you better have a cop and a warrant. Touch me and I'll get a cop and charge you personally with battery and then I'll sue this company for illegal search and possession." Then I walked away. They said, "You walk away we will assume you're guilty and fire you for theft." I kept walking. I was guilty of keeping money that was tipped to me. I'd rather keep it and get fired for being suspected of theft than to be caught stealing, surrender the money, and then be fired for theft.

I had a new job in under a week.
 
2011-07-15 01:16:10 AM  
I'm probably in the minority of people who think this kid is a whiny punk with an entitlement mentality. If he worked 22 days straight he probably asked for more hours, and shouldn't have done so expecting special treatment in return. Furthermore, he's not on salary. He got paid to work extra days.

Man up and do your job, kid.
 
2011-07-15 01:16:48 AM  

Great Janitor: In truth, this guy should have been on the phone to the corporate office or to the District Manager filing complaints against his manager. Not for the Forth of July thing, it's retail/fast food, you can't really count on getting holidays off, but for the 22 straight days. Also an OSHA complaint.


OSHA doesn't give a shiat if you get a day off or not (thank god, that's what makes me good money), hell in construction they don't even care how many hours off you get between shifts really, I've worked 7 days a week 15 hours a day, for a month or more a few times. By the time you factor in drive times each way it isn't even possible to get 8 hrs of sleep between shifts.

/great money
//OSHA approved
 
2011-07-15 01:18:58 AM  

colithian: WHY IS THIS NEWS?!


Because it's Buffalo. Everything that happens in Buffalo is news.
 
2011-07-15 01:22:21 AM  

RandomTux: ironoctopus:
Link (new window)

If you're interested, this little article has a good illustration of how "They" was a grammatically acceptable singular gender-neutral pronoun in English for much longer than not, and is going to be completely acceptable once again within a generation. We simply don't have any good alternatives, unless we invent a new one.

Thank you. I am interested indeed. It will be probably hard for me to accept though. I might just wait until Safire comes back from vacation :)


I wish that we had wittier grammarians in the Thurber/Safire mould writing in mass market publications these days too. I'm an English teacher, and I tell my students to use 'he or she' on their college essays, but also that 'they' has been, and probably will be, the best option. I personally like the concept that the unknown person is plural-- it gives the indeterminate gender an nice Schroedinger's Cat feel to it :)
 
2011-07-15 01:25:03 AM  

Great Janitor: highwayrun: cameroncrazy1984: Submitted First With a Better Headline: Nope. Just a person who worked plenty of wage slave jobs to get through college. I put up with a lot of crap at crap jobs, but there are also things that you shouldn't reasonably be expected to put up with. Working 22 days straight is one of those things, and I commend people who walk out when they're treated like shiat.

In some places, it's illegal, douchebag.

The only place it's actually illegal to just walk out of is jail.


to be fair, you can face criminal charges if you work somewhere like as a prison guard, or military (abandonment of post, awol, etc). as far as the tipping thing goes i wouldn't let my wife nor any of my kids take any job where the tips are "pooled" and then split up. The wife understands where i am coming from but the 16 year old daughter could see my point when I tried to explain about how tips and minimum wage were figured in a job like that. finally just put our foot down and said no that'll learn her lol.
 
2011-07-15 01:27:56 AM  

Great Janitor: I walked out of a job once.


... snipped because it was too long ...

I'm pretty damn sure what that company was doing was illegal. Sure, it's common for a shift of workers to pool their tips, but they divide it up evenly at the end of the day and the employer has no say in the matter. It's obvious your employer was stealing from you guys and they should have been reported.

Pity the "enforcer" didn't forcibly search you. Jail time would have done him some good.
 
2011-07-15 01:28:58 AM  

HighZoolander: AverageAmericanGuy:
Still, I got the runs from the food, so say la vie.

la vie.

/what did I win?


birdonthemoon.com
 
2011-07-15 01:32:23 AM  

jimmyjackfunk: Great Janitor: highwayrun: cameroncrazy1984: Submitted First With a Better Headline: Nope. Just a person who worked plenty of wage slave jobs to get through college. I put up with a lot of crap at crap jobs, but there are also things that you shouldn't reasonably be expected to put up with. Working 22 days straight is one of those things, and I commend people who walk out when they're treated like shiat.

In some places, it's illegal, douchebag.

The only place it's actually illegal to just walk out of is jail.

to be fair, you can face criminal charges if you work somewhere like as a prison guard, or military (abandonment of post, awol, etc). as far as the tipping thing goes i wouldn't let my wife nor any of my kids take any job where the tips are "pooled" and then split up. The wife understands where i am coming from but the 16 year old daughter could see my point when I tried to explain about how tips and minimum wage were figured in a job like that. finally just put our foot down and said no that'll learn her lol.


The only time when a tip pool is acceptable to me is if you're a team of valets for a party and one valet is directing traffic and not parking cars. That valet isn't getting tip money. In a situaton like that I don't mind pooling the tips. Because if he/she wasn't out the directing traffic to the party then the other valets wouldn't be getting any tips at all.

There is a car wash in my home town where the car wash attendees pool the tips at the end of the shift. I only know this because of a friend of mine who works there. He and some of his coworkers have a bit of resentment towards a coworker who has extremely poor customer service, doesn't actually earn any tips, but at the end of the day, his tips are equal to the rude employee's tips.
 
2011-07-15 01:34:49 AM  
media2.wivb.com

I like the smiley face. It looks extra perky.
 
2011-07-15 01:37:04 AM  

HumanBeingsSuck: Fluorescent Testicle: Adam is the person that the sign was directed towards, not the person who posted the sign.

Ok, my mistake.

I'll still lay you 20:1 odds that the "they" who quit so spectacularly was sill male. (And not plural.)


Hi! My name is language! I change pretty regularly, so you have to be quick to keep up with me!
 
2011-07-15 01:37:26 AM  

Shwirv: The best thing to do is not care, not show up, and don't take things seriously. You'll drag out your employment, have fun, and when they fire you, you get unemployment!


I'm not sure that works. "Job abandonment" won't get you unemployment bennies, if I'm not mistaken. Someone correct me if I'm wrong here.
 
2011-07-15 01:37:48 AM  
I don't understand why he used a dash.
 
2011-07-15 01:41:06 AM  
This thread is disappointingly light on funny fast food sign pictures.
 
2011-07-15 01:43:25 AM  

OgreMagi: Great Janitor: I walked out of a job once.

... snipped because it was too long ...

I'm pretty damn sure what that company was doing was illegal. Sure, it's common for a shift of workers to pool their tips, but they divide it up evenly at the end of the day and the employer has no say in the matter. It's obvious your employer was stealing from you guys and they should have been reported.

Pity the "enforcer" didn't forcibly search you. Jail time would have done him some good.


When I got my last paycheck and tip money from them I asked another employee who was there that night about the wallets and car keys. The enforcers assumed all cash was theirs and emptied that from the wallets. The car keys were returned because all the cars that were valeted were driven away, so clearly we weren't trying to steal cars. I asked if anyone walked away after I did. Nope, I was the only one. Several people were fired that night for theft and money was 'returned' to the company.

What amazed me wasn't what the enforcers were doing, it was that people allowed themselves to be searched and robbed like that. Some saved their jobs by a form of amnesty (before the searching, an amesty period was given for offenders to return "stolen" money and allowed to keep their jobs), others just blindedly accepted the searching by someone else in authority. And when someone stood up and said "no", they waited patiently for their turn to empty out their pockets and watch their cash vanish.

I was 26 when this happened. I am 32 now. At 26 I was one of the older people there who wasn't an enforcer. I guess age had something to do with blindly accepting this.
 
2011-07-15 01:43:29 AM  

Swoop1809: I don't understand why he used a dash.


His way of signing it, I would guess....
 
2011-07-15 01:43:47 AM  

Swoop1809: I don't understand why he used a dash.


Who?
 
2011-07-15 01:44:41 AM  

Swoop1809: I don't understand why he used a dash.


Because even in Depew they know - much like Brokeback - that "you can't quit Adam."
 
2011-07-15 01:49:39 AM  

libranoelrose: Swoop1809: I don't understand why he used a dash.

Who?


Jesus. He used an em dash when he said: "Blessed-are the poor."

/When being played by William Shatner
 
2011-07-15 01:52:14 AM  

GranoblasticMan: libranoelrose: Swoop1809: I don't understand why he used a dash.

Who?

Jesus. He used an em dash when he said: "Blessed-are the poor."

/When being played by William Shatner


Oh. That makes sense.

I was wondering if they were talking about subby, or the quitter.
 
2011-07-15 01:54:07 AM  
I'll admit that the only reason I clicked on the comments thread was to see if anyone confirmed the article.
A lot hinges on a single quote of a potentially upset co-worker.

The sign, juvenile or not, does seem to insinuate/plead that the alpha-jack@ss remained at the restaraunt...

/maybe by the time refill my beer glass, someone will have confirmed
 
2011-07-15 01:55:33 AM  

cameroncrazy1984: TailsAndy: I don't know why taco bell exists in the Buffalo area, we have Mighty Taco. :P

To remind us of how good Mighty is?


You obviously haven't been to Southern California.
 
2011-07-15 02:12:28 AM  
hardinparamedic:

Depew, NY is a town of less than 16,000 people.



But is it sexy?

/obscure? Can't be!
 
2011-07-15 02:15:54 AM  

Maxc7001: [i44.photobucket.com image 450x767]


Ah is anyone willing to bet that communism was blamed by some uneducated fast food worker who grouped everything bad under the 'communism' umbrella?

I bet it was actually fascism or a monarchy that he was pissed off about. Everyone sharing everything is not really all that "iron fisty" You pretty much have to submit to communism, otherwise it doesn't work.

They said we all have to share everything so I totally didn't just take my stuff and leave. I stayed there under the 'iron fist' of share and share alike. How totally 'iron fist' of them to suggest we should all be equal.
 
2011-07-15 02:17:56 AM  

hardinparamedic: I want to know who did this. They deserve a freakin' medal.

You are a magnificent bastard, whoever you are.


Indeed.

Favorite fast food sign, Week 1:

"WE NOW EXCEPT CREDIT CARDS"

Week 2:

"SORRY, ACCEPT"
 
2011-07-15 02:19:39 AM  

OgreMagi: Great Janitor: I walked out of a job once.

... snipped because it was too long ...

I'm pretty damn sure what that company was doing was illegal. Sure, it's common for a shift of workers to pool their tips, but they divide it up evenly at the end of the day and the employer has no say in the matter. It's obvious your employer was stealing from you guys and they should have been reported.

Pity the "enforcer" didn't forcibly search you. Jail time would have done him some good.


Valet companies are notoriously run by the mob & it's an all cash "tax free" business.
 
2011-07-15 02:19:53 AM  

HumanBeingsSuck: Submitted First With a Better Headline: Because it's farking awesome?

No, it's not.

What are you, some kind of self-entitled pussy?

Many of us worked shiatty jobs like the one described, where working every farking weekend and holiday (probably the night shift, to boot) was expected. Those of us who managed to get educated and/or do a good job and move on to something better have a reasonable expectation of having holidays off work and making a decent salary.

Man up, Nancy. Pay your dues. Then you can afford to take it easy every now and then.


Oh get over it- this guy did something we've pretty much all dreamed of at one time or another.

/is your name Adam?
 
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