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By  idkweird  |  0

Why the hell would you ever want to leave under bad pretenses? I always try to leave my former employers on great terms so that I can still use them as references later on.

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  madarchod  |  0

screw the dog...american ppl r stupids. they give imp to dogs and not to real ppl

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  Jrook  |  0

yeah canadians are not Americans, but Europe refers to them as such. the only thing you can call citizens of the united states is americans, or maybe united stations... unites... fat asses.. or Yankees. I don't really care for any of them

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  idkweird  |  0

From my experience, Europeans do differentiate between Canadians and "Americans." That's why so many people tell you to pretend to be Canadian when traveling Europe, lol. The stereotype is that Americans are rude and Canadians are not. At least from my experience.

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  nmsm  |  1

guys... c'mon. so 23's English isn't the best. I might actually have to agree. I'd rather have a job than a dog, though I wouldn't just screw the dog over.

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  mikeyboi19  |  5

@41 that doggie picture is awesome to all the people talkin shit about Americans... you're probably from crappy countries anyways and most Americans don't really care about you or what you say OP: stupid move man. future jobs might find out about what you did through reference and such

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  unpossible  |  26

Again, OP is in Northwest Territories; sadly, there is less than 100 miles of CN track into that territory and smaller supplemental railways don't cover the whole territory. Most of it is boreal forest and there is not a full system of roads and highways although in winter some lakes and rivers become roads. Transportation there is not nearly as convenient as in other parts of Canada. Yet, there are airfields in many of the remoter communities.

By  idkweird  |  0

Why the hell would you ever want to leave under bad pretenses? I always try to leave my former employers on great terms so that I can still use them as references later on.

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  Darkhumor  |  0

THIS What's with the culture of quitting with all the rudeness? You might need their references later and it just says a lot about your bad attitude: That you can't handle goodbyes and can't control your immaturity. Idiot! And why didn't you give your employers two (?) weeks notice? That's beyond rude!

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  Omgplz  |  3

My mother had a job where she was emotionally abused by her boss which lead to a breakdown and caused her to end up in a mental institution for a week. I believe she had the right to burn bridges.

By  xundria  |  5

Actually, I believe that it's a law they can't tell exactly what happened because of confidetial means, but they can tell the new employer that they would never higher you again. Yes it is always good to leave respectfully. OP you're an idiot. I hope darwanism gets you next.

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