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Old 04-18-2016, 10:27 PM
 
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Originally Posted by j50wells View Post
Just get a new job. Geez. Yeah, hell there are bad companies out there. Always has been. Quitting is the best answer. Don't give them the satisfaction of firing you. Find a better company, then quit the bad company, without a notice. Give them the middle finger. If you ever run into your former boss in a bar, kick his ass. Buy him a drink, and then leave your tab with him, while you leave the bar out the back door. Spread a rumor about him to all the other bar patrons. Tell them all that your boss is a child molester who got out of prison on a technicality. Air his tires out. Throw dog poop on his car. Order the same drink that he's drinking, then go into the bathroom and pee in your drink. When you come back, switch your drink with his and then ask him how his drink tastes. Tell the guys sitting next to you that your boss is a former boxer and wants to find out how tuff they are. Tell the bar made that your boss lost a nut to an infection that they haven't yet identified.
Let's see.. I count in there assault and battery, fraud, theft, slander, vandalism, A&B High/Aggravated..

Yes. Quitting is far better. Have the smug satisfaction but leave the felony charges out. The idea here is to quit and get a better job. Not get another job and then lose it due to a felony conviction.
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