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By John / Friday 2 November 2012 04:13 / United States
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I can see why OP would have lost money. Think of it from the bosses perceptive. Person left early and didn't work the time they should have. Companies need to make money to stay afloat.

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True that is how his boss probally looks at It but we all wishthat there could be sone justice in this right? Like whoever spryer the perfume got his payment docked too or maybe even suspension I wouldn't go as far as firing him though.

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Same way I look at it, 16 but the worker who sprayed perfume wasn't doing his job (unless his job of course is to spray perfume on other peoples workplace of course), so what happens to his pay?

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Honestly, if a family member were to be sick and dying (much more extreme than asthma) and I bailed from work early, I would expect not to get paid for that time either, unless I worked it out with my boss to take it out of my sick/vacation time

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Sick time at my job means calling in and not going to work, therefor not getting paid. For all my job cares, you could probably be dying and in the hospital and they still wouldn't pay.

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I worked at a call center. I was a little late due to weather. The only avalible desk when I got there the in the Spanish speaking only section. Since I don't speak Spanish, I was sent home.

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18. No one knows why some things get thumbed down and some don't. It's one if the great mysteries if FML. Very few people can post whatever they like and get away with it every time.

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It seems like most people just follow a band wagon effect. "Oh! It got thumbed down! I better thumb it down too!" I always find it odd that some things managed to get burried and not a single person actually says, "okay, this is why your comment sucked."

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Yeah I agree. The comment isn't getting thumbed down anymore making my previous comment look really dumb, but before when it first got posted, it was -3 and I was trying to be a nice guy and stick up for him! Again, I Agree with the bandwagon thing, whoever a popular commented posts something it seems as though they get thumbed UP to FML heaven and beyond instantly haha

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That was more than rudeness, that was pure maliciousness, whoever the coworker was, they could tell that OP, had a bad reaction to perfume, and decided they wanted to see that reaction again. The little bastard needs kick in the teeth.

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Well, I'll give this person the benefit of the doubt. What if the didn't know OP was allergic and thought that they were insulting the scent? Not likely, but you never know.

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Who said anything about suing? And it depends. If the person knew the perfume bugged her she either needs to beat some ass or get revenge in another way.

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This comment reminds me of a kid that sits behind me in my civics class that sprayed this disgusting "Mexican" cologne on me. I smelled worse than axe for the entire day..

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You should do the same then try your comment again. Workman's comp. would never cover a slight asthma attack. And either way it's a pre-existing condition and therefore op's own responsibility to take precautions against it. I know I sound like an asshole but I deal with claims like this all the time.

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I agree with 63, workers comp is only good for two things : 1) Injured at work place 2) being mistreated/ discriminated And 63, I feel bad for you having to deal with that mess, I image people aren't too happy when you don't go through with their cases.

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