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5-19-2010 @ 7:40PM
I have heard of cutters and burners and other forms of afflicting pain upon one's own body. Bullying himself and taking his own lunch money? That's kinda new. You sure you don't work at my place of employment? It's a casino that charges itself $2.50 for the free sodas we give to guests. Seriously, a guest can pay $2 at the various restaurants for a larger soda with free refills, or they can get it free while sitting at the slots and tables. The beverage servers ring those free sodas up (to track inventory and "costs") at $2.50 ea. and that's after a recent price increase. I asked why increase the price (or have a price at all) of a soda that you pay yourself. They made up an excuse, but it's still funny. I was also curious to know what happens when you can't afford to pay yourself since they were talking about possibly raising the price more. They were even less clear on that.Back on topic, what exactly did you do with all the money you took from yourself?
5-20-2010 @ 9:17AM
Thats for taxes, they make it look like they are taking in less money then they really are. Its a little iffy on the legal side. :PAnyway Go Belt!!!!!
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