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9-26-2011 @ 8:31PM
@Noyou:Did you even read my post? Please explain how you're "stealing" if you fall into any of the three categories I've specified (hint: you won't be able to). Now, it may be against company policy for you to visit certain sites from the office, even during times when you're not being paid to work, but that's a totally different issue from *stealing*.Here, I'll even break it down for you.1.) Someone who is on a break is expected to not be working.2.) Someone who is exempt is expected to manage their own time and probably working over 40 hours per week outside a 9-to-5 schedule.3.) You've already finished what you're supposed to have done, so there's nothing else for you to work on.Again, to reiterate: it's only *stealing* if you're reading WoW Insider instead of doing what you're supposed to be doing (what your employer thinks you're doing). Otherwise, by your "logic," I'm stealing from my company right now, by posting from my own computer, at home, outside normal business hours, because I could theoretically be doing some more prep for the conference I'm running tomorrow morning.
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