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Nov022011

How Occupy Wall Street Cost Me My Job (LINKS)

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The Gawker article, over the top to be fired because of ones activities such as this. Goodness, if everyone who protests has to be afraid of losing their job, especially in today's market, then I guess there wouldn't be any protests? Of course, then the business cabals would really have an easy time of screwing the people. Unless I'm mistaken here, this action really says that when you work for a company, regardless of what kind it is, then you as an employee are indebted/indentured 24/7 to that company. Food for thought.
Nov 2, 2011 at 5:20 PM | Unregistered CommenterNorman
To D.B., would it be possible for you to change to pics that ride down the side of your posts? That picture of Bernakedy flipping off the people with that shit eating grin has become nauseating, as well as the Palin[s] too. In fact, perhaps you could change them on a more frequent basis, as well as limiting them to 1 or 2.
Nov 2, 2011 at 5:27 PM | Unregistered CommenterNorman
I've been wanting to take a nice long vacation, maybe take up an instrument. But I realize if I quit, I would not receive unemployment benefits. Thanks what really happened for the heads up, I can now get 99 weeks of unemployment. You won't miss me on the video or photo as I'll have a big smile on my face.
Nov 2, 2011 at 6:22 PM | Unregistered CommenterSarah
I like the picture of Bernanke and the bird. It shows a face he can not deny. A bunch of guys in prison for street crimes used to try to make exhorbitant rent rates on humble tenements for their families oryounger sibs will know what to do.

So sorry about the protest attendee being fired. The boss should have known that the gist of this protest is due to the inaction of the AG's office, as well as the SEC's office, to prosecute one of thousands of cases of bank and stock market and federal reserve fraud and treason over the past few years. That is a trouble with having a boss. If he or she is a self-centered money grubber, they never are going to know their environment beyond their own bookkeeping arithmetic, with the same risks as if you had that problem.
Nov 2, 2011 at 7:00 PM | Unregistered CommenterHoward T. Lewis III
I like the picture of Bernanke and the bird. It shows a face he can not deny. A bunch of guys in prison for street crimes used to try to make exhorbitant rent rates on humble tenements for their families or younger sibs will know what to do. But they won't sneak behind Bernanke's back. Unlike Bernanke, their presence would warn him of their intentions first. That is predation. Bernanke is a disease, and a lethal one.

It is a sorry event about the protest attendee being fired. The boss should have known that the gist of this protest is due to the inaction and failure of the AG's office, as well as the SEC's office, to try to prosecute even one of thousands of cases of bank and stock market and federal reserve fraud and treason over the past few years. That is a trouble with having a boss. If he or she is a self-centered money grubber, they never are going to know their environment beyond their own bookkeeping arithmetic, with the same risks as if the attendee had that problem.
Nov 2, 2011 at 7:13 PM | Unregistered CommenterHoward T. Lewis III
Regarding the Gawker article and Norman's comment about being an indentured servant:

Once you start giving any employer access to your bodily fluids to be tested and examined, as is the case in so many American workplaces, then you have truly given your entire body and your life outside the workplace to said employer.

No one raised a finger about this. Or a thousand issues like it that have sprung up in the past 70 years.

So many issues, in fact, that I just can't keep track of them all.

At least no one is shooting at me. Yet.
Nov 3, 2011 at 1:22 AM | Unregistered CommenterPaul
Like I told my nephew the other day... You need to cover up if you go out and protest. The FBI is there to take pictures and yes you could lose your job or future prospects. They say it's a free country, but that's not always true when you exercise your Constitutional right to protest.
Nov 3, 2011 at 11:19 AM | Unregistered CommenterNevervotesrepublican

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