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A traffic officer friend pulled over a vehicle with Quebec license plates in Ottawa, Canada. The driver's wife gave him a hard time and demanded that he deal with her husband in French. My friend could not speak French, so he radioed for a Francophone cop. While waiting, my friend approached ...more
A sure tactic to prevent repeated phishing or telemarketing calls is to simply scream obscenities at the very first call. Non-stop. Insult the caller's mother and ancestry. Do not let the caller get a word in. The caller is not allowed to be the first to hang up except under verifiable abuse, so your maniacical (is ...more
To be unemployed is usually not a choice. It's something that happens. If one is in their late 50's and over-qualified for the lesser-paying jobs the chances of rehire go way down. Age discrimination in hiring for those jobs in which one IS well-qualified is very difficult to prove and the laws cannot be e...more
Good for you. At least you got the job, and can now pay (some of) the bills while you keep up the search for something better. Plus your chances are better now that you're employed; many refuse to hire the unemployed.
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