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  Emrysa  |  1

24 I think what you mean is, if it's a business in general, they should be rational, and instead of jeopardizing their workers to make a $100 dollar profit on a slow day to appease the morons who think today is a good day to shop, they should just freaking close down for the day.

  kai_li  |  8

Or they may be a small business that services the whole country? Perhaps they are a wholesaler or in IT and they have customers that aren't affected by a local storm. Everybody is always quick to say the boss sucks but in my experience employees suck more. People think just by showing up they deserve a raise!


66 I'm the same way but I don't live in a snow area but I live in a hurricane area. a block and a half from the ocean. I still go to work impede cat 3 and up because I have left town. also I walk around the beach when they come in and walk around the block during it.

  Anteezy  |  7

I can see how it's awkward because you're stuck in a car with your boss, probably forced to have some conversation you don't really feel like having.

By  HesJustTheBest  |  0

Get a shovel and dig your bloody car out. Then get a piece of sheet metal or two pieces of plywood, weld/glue to your car to create a makeshift plow. Drive your ass to work, plow the parking lot there and get back to work instead of posting FML's.

  mandy307  |  0

@ #9 Um HELLO has no one seen 3 feet of snow before! I live in alberta and the only that is getting out of the drive way with three feet of snow is 4x4 Trucks. Shovelling would take so much time that by the time you got to work your shift would be over