fredklein: what_now: Sure. But as soon as you say "oh, well that's a baby, he can come in" the next Super Special Mommy brings her two year old because he's in a stroller and can't get out and run around.Strollers are banned:"Osborne said. "I understand not having kids run around or not having strollers - that I understand.""Until he gets whiny and she lets him out, and he starts running around.Then ban them.But a baby, sans stroller, and sans the ability to run around? Let him stay.
Matthew Keene: Time Magazine put it bluntly.[i.huffpost.com image 570x760]
dready zim: gulogulo: You are quite defensive to being asked to back up your statements of insider knowledge. That's interesting.You are failing to counter my arguments and are *only* questioning my knowledge.That`s boring.
sandi_fish: What weirdo brings a 10 day old baby to a trade show?
fredklein: dready zim: fredklein: dready zim: Also, this is the insurance company saying `we will only insure the over 16 at your event` which is stated pretty plain and does not have a baby exclusion clause...Over 16? fine.under16? sorry, no admittance.It`s pretty simple stuff and no reason to get your panties in a twist.What about a pregnant woman? Does the baby count as 'under 16'??Strawman. There is no baby, a pregnant woman is one entity for insurance purposes.So, one second it's "a single person", but a few minutes and a little pushing later it's an unacceptable insurance risk. Nice.
gfid: And some people wonder why others are against unions.
ThatGuyFromTheInternet: Osborne, 31, knew about the trade show rule that does not allow children under 16, she said, but did not think it would apply to her sleeping, 10-day-old baby
fredklein: Mirandized: The trade show excluded children for safety reasonsExactly! I mean, what if that baby had jumped out of her arms and started running around?""There are knives. There are ovens. There are cooking demonstrations with open flames," Hinsley said. "There's all sorts of equipment that could be very dangerous to a child to have any interaction with...""Yup, that baby could have crawled onto an oven (after turning it on), and burned itself! Or picked up a knife and cut itself!!
ko_kyi: mjohnson71: /Didn't know any better//Was young and stupidYour company should have told you those limitations at a Union show.Some of those limits are reasonable, some are clearly designed to force the organizers to pay someone $265/hour to plug in the replacement monitor.
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