Spendin' DirtyHow are these people not being fired? It's probably because there are so many laws companies have to deal with in firing someone that it ends up being cheaper to keep them on. Not that the government is really supposed to be a company, but the reality is they are and their shareholders should be getting a little more upset over things like this.
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|Jeremy - 8821 Posts|
I don't understand this at all. Shouldn't we be able to make it so the credit cards just don't work at places there couldn't possibly be a legitimate reason for, like Victoria's Secret and eHarmony.com?
Seems like we could have the technology for such a simplistic solution.
|Jeremy - Robots don't say 'ye'|
|I'm sort of disappointed this didn't generate more discussion here, though I suppose there nothing to debate.|
|Alex - But let history remember, that as free men, we chose to make it so!|
|Yeah, I don't think anyone is really going to stand up for them.|