By Anonymous - 03/12/2010 14:41 - United States
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So, he used that as an excuse, but hated you for other reasons. Way to suck at your job, OP.
Sounds awful. It reminds me of how I spent several millenia working in a carpark only to lose out on the job because my traveling companions finally caught up to me, and talked me into helping them steal a ship. That was so pointless, just like everything else in life. Life. Don't talk to me about life.
And that's why he's the boss and you are not. If you're ever able to find a job again, try NOT wasting your company's time and just do your fucking work that they are paying you to do.
His hypocrisy shows you that he really had it in for you. Friending your boss is kind of creepy to begin with, but then checking his status after he fired you makes you a stalker.
On what grounds can you possibly sue for? "Your Honor, he fired me for being on facebook while I was supposed to be working, and that offends me. I want money!" Good luck with that one. OP, he's the boss, and you're not. He can basically do whatever the f*** he wants, as long as it's not illegal. YDI
Can't sue. He fired her for a logical valid reason. He is the boss, some if not all rules don't apply to him.