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May 11
1

oh lol I thought this was a new dog!!! I guess I missed him being a decade old... somehow. Yeah that makes a difference Read more

May 11
3

We’re not trying to convict them, though. I understand you’re not saying legal conviction, but it’s still a impossible bar to cross. We’re internetizens. Rather, this is more for learning what not to do and what to actually do in dealing with dog aggression. This is also for the audience/public to know that these Read more

May 11
7

These people suck, who cares about all these what ifs and whatabouts. We know exactly what they did.

May 11
9

This couple infuriates me so much. I had not heard about them until this video. Thanks to Covid, I actually watch way too many commentary YouTube channels and have seen a couple commentators that have had stuff to say about this particular video. One actually pulled other videos that this couple had of them Read more

May 11
75

They also stopped the adoption of an actual human child because they wouldn’t be able to monetize it for a year. Not much of a stretch to imagine them putting a dog down because it was no longer convenient.

May 11
19

My dog (small dog, 6lbs) bit my daughter in the face a few years back....he had been sleeping and she got down in his face and sneezed, he reacted and bit her. Not ONCE did I feel like the dog needed to be put down. The thought didn’t even pop into my head. Read more

May 11
16

These people should never be allowed to own another animal. If they didn’t have a child I’d advocate for physical punishment. Fuck them and every single person who hurts an innocent animal. Read more

May 11
107

A stray dog bit my sister once and we blamed my sister and kept the dog. (We also kept my sister.)

May 11
7

Minimum wage is minimum wage and low because it’s a starter job for teenagers and you shouldn’t be there permanently, but also, if people leave minimum wage jobs en masse (or are, you know, laid off first) and go to college or change fields, this is a very big problem ruining the service industry! Read more

May 11
2

You’re right. I’m probably being overly defensive. As someone who’s worked in a restaurant throughout this pandemic sometimes it can be emotionally draining to feel like I constantly have to be giving an even higher percentage of care to keep our employees safe and our customers coming in the door, but I know Read more

May 11
46

In food at least, a lot of business owners feel like everyone owes them cheap labor because the business was “their dream”. I had someone offer me $14/hr for an exec chef position, to which I replied “Lol, no.” and informed her that anyone actually qualified wouldn’t work for that rate. She cried that opening the Read more

May 10
27

Also funny to see all the people who supposedly adore the free market forget how free market economics actually works!” Read more

May 10
30

While a lot commenters here are talking about low wages being the problem I’m also wondering if the mangers/owners attitudes are also the problem. The interview is supposed to work both ways the applicant is supposed to get a feel for the bosses so maybe they are getting a bad feeling up front.

May 10
46

As someone who got seriously hammered in the last big recession in 2009-2010, unemployment benefits are helpful, but you’re right, they sure as hell don’t replace your previous salary. I lost one of the best jobs I ever had and was out of work for 9 months. Then I found contract work that saw me through about a year Read more

May 10
47

Not only do restaurant jobs generally poorly compensated, but right now they’re not really operating anywhere near capacity and there’s no promise you won’t get cut again next week if your state’s governor changes restrictions again. Read more

May 10
63

I used to work at a trade association, and the CEO was such a tight ass. He refused to adjust the receptionist’s salary: $27k in 2001. He was convinced the position was overpaid even though this was in DC and he required a college degree for the job. Read more

May 10
50

I heard one restauranteur that moaned about applicants who never showed up for interviews, or were offered the job but ghosted, and blamed it on people fulfilling unemployment benefit requirements to search for jobs. Instead of taking that insight as an acknowledgment that unemployment benefit requirements are very Read more