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(Japan Daily Press)   Japanese Supreme Court would like all exhausted overworked employees to know that your employer will not face criminal actions for literally working you to death. So get back to work you lazy bakayarō   ( divider line
    More: Sad, Japanese Supreme Court, civil societies, employees, crimes  
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3847 clicks; posted to Main » on 07 Oct 2013 at 8:46 AM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-10-07 10:08:15 AM  
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If we would all just let corporations fark us over a little bit harder and a little bit faster for a few more decades, they could afford to bring back all the jobs that they shipped overseas in the 1990s. But that will never happen because you guys aren't willing to sacrifice the way the 1% have sacrificed.
2013-10-07 09:10:00 AM  
1 vote:
A fairer thing to say is that they are AT work for 70-80 hours a week. Take out smoke breaks and it drops to 35 hours.
2013-10-07 09:04:16 AM  
1 vote:
That's fukushimed up.

But a loyal employee should be thankful for work, and death while working is honorable. I believe according to customs that to speak out against a revered job creator merits death by seven samurai, which is a far more dishonorable death. I'm no expert on Japanese culture, but I'm pretty sure I'm right about this.
2013-10-07 09:03:02 AM  
1 vote:
Why work 70-80 hours a week when you can simply get a part time job and live like a king on welfare and SNAP? The Japanese sure have a lot to learn from the US.
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