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Agreed. The maturity is definitely not with him. Though OP could work at McDonald's and his boss be a 19 year old manager with the IQ of a turnip. If the ex-boss has a boss you can contact, see if you can use the text to get him fired for lack of professional conduct.

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I come back after a while only to find that people still aren't able to understand the concept of sarcasm on this site. But sorry OP. Hope you find someplace better.

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Well maybe This could have happened. The boss sent a very heartfelt message kindly letting OP down and then ended with a good time that happened at the office to lessen the blow that ended with lmao. Thats one take on it as we should not jump to conclusions that the message said "your fired lmao".

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Twitter is such a waste. I love how anyone can impersonate someone's email address on there and twitter support won't do shit about it. Even if it costs you a job. Didn't you say twitter at first?

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There was a story about that in my local paper yesterday. Apparently, one restaurant keeps its roster on Facebook, of all places, and when one of the staff rang up to ask why she wasn't on the roster, she was told she no longer had a job and should hand in her uniform. Completely disgraceful, if you ask me.

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A station I once worked at had a pretty ass way of firing people. They would remove your code from the door lock and post a sign saying don't let this person in the building. Sucked especially hard for the morning show people who discovered they were fired when they would show up in the middle of the night to start their shift.

If he's that immature, I wouldn't trust his views as your employer. Try bringing it up to his boss or the executive board. He's more than likely trying to fire you for no reason, but to laugh at your misfortune.

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