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I heard there is a guy launching himself in a homemade rocket to prove the earth is flat this weekend.
Local news stations might see you and you could even protest buyin EA games, too!
To the people saying the internet worked fine before net neutrality was "created" in 2015
Believe me, they are already well aware.
I know its important and all but...
There's really nothing quite like coming home after a long trip (especially with family) to a clean home.
This could be your future, call your Rep now
This is the greatest feeling I would like to experience more.
To the ISP's that support the end of net neutrality.
Really grinds my gears
PSA: Thanksgiving Holiday Spending
Isn't this an American thing?
As a Canadian, I feel for my southern neighbours and hope it doesn't happen to us up here. In the meantime...
Holy shit you guys, Sudden Clarity Clarence just figured out how we can permanently get rid of controversies like Net Neutrality!
Speak up before it’s too late!
I've worked that shift before, it's brutal...
Medical Billing
these guys were hit by net neutrality early on
I used to work retail
As it gets darker, earlier, I see this a lot. It is dangerous!
My late grandmother told me this once. She was right.
oh boy...
Here's to hoping for one more scandal
Net Neutrality repealed?
Verizon, Comcast, and AT&T are about to enjoy a totalitarian level control over all commerce and conversation in this country.
Anybody ever think this when they see it on the front page?
If you like free fap, call congress.
Something to consider on Black Friday
Thanksgiving leads to Christmas
As a European watching Reddit go crazy
For those saying that Net Neutrality isn't a big issue.
Of course sexual harassers should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, and no means no, but...
My mom.. she argued with me when I told her it was satire...
Don't be a scumbag, Reddit
How's about..
When your tummy is rumbly
Either they can't see their nose infront of their faces, or they don't care....
Me all of last night, and this morning.
It's everywhere!
Something to Consider...
42 xartic1 When I was 19, I briefly worked at walmart as a cashier. I rang up the wrong apples that were $0.10 cheaper and the lady complained that it was the wrong ones. I get the correct number and it's more expensive, thus making her angrier and calling over the CSM. He made it look like I was getting scolded but in reality he was just entertaining the customer. He laughed it off and didn't even give me any sort of grief about it.
11 raubana I think it's more about keeping to social rules and being honest, even if the outcome is worse.
5 MarkMajorRadio In Ontario we have a consumer protection rule that states that if the price is marked lower on the stand than it scans then it's 10 dollars off the price. This may include getting cheaper items for free. Mostly used at grocery stores and Walmart. I think gas stations and convenience stores are omitted from this rule for some reason.
3 Krifantasy It's also about returns. If you need to return the item, you wouldn't have a correct receipt to do so.
2 JazzThree Good God. My friend works in a small clothes shop and told me of a story where a lady wanted to return an item and buy it back with her other items due to the current storewide sale. The item in question was bought while it was heavily discounted. What she wanted would cause her to pay more for it. My friend told her such. She demanded and demanded that he change it. So he did. According to my friend she had a smug look on her face as if she won. Thankfully it was only a summer job as this sort of shit happened on the reg. He's told me tons of cringey and blood-boiling stories.
2 Orangelogic Oh my god. This just brought back so many memories of working at Walmart as a teenager. We did price matching so when people were checking out they would have lists of different prices I needed to reduce. Even though we had to hand key in all the discounts I usually didn't mind because it was my job so whatever. There was this one lady though that would always come in and be super rude. She would act all smug when she told us what prices to adjust. The funny thing is though that half the time she wouldn't be paying attention and most of the prices she brought with her were higher than our prices. I tried telling her once but she just screamed at me so after that I just happily over charged her every time she came in. We called it the Bitch Tax.