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    Poll : Do you think he looks A) skinny or B) muscular? ?

    A) Skinny

    B) Muscular 

    7 Answers4 hours ago
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    Is there a phone number for Amazon where I can call and make a complaint?  ?

    I am getting deliveries of items I did not order.  They don't appear on my Amazon account but the boxes are addressed to me.

    6 Answers1 week ago
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    Not showing up to an interview ?

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    When someone does not show up for a scheduled job interview, we just move on to the next person  We do not waste company time by calling other companies...competitors, associates or neither to tell them to watch out for so and so.

    It is a useless and vindictive exercise that will leave you backed up on your important work to do.

    A person who does not show up is a loser...and they have just saved us time by showing that before the interview.

    13 Answers2 weeks ago
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    Amazon stole photo?

    Looking for help. I bought a dress in 2019 off amazon, loved it so i wrote a review with a picture attached. Yesterday a friend sends me a screenshot and says " your on amazon?!) turns out the seller used my photo for advertisement, and posted that photo. 

    Can they do that???

    7 Answers2 weeks ago
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    How did we as a society get a point where people cater to and bend over backwards for companies ?

    We’ve become slaves to companies and corporations to the point where people feel bad about calling off because of health issues or family emergencies and those situations are so much bigger than your job and the company you work for. Time is something that you can’t ever get back or replace. I work for a grocery store company where people in my corporate office are arrogant and think they’re something big in life like sir you work in a corporate office for a retail company, you got a degree just to work for a lame company. I’m in college because I want to be something much bigger than a retail ceo or retail manager. The management at the retail companies treat the jobs as if it’s like life or death emergency open heart surgery. My company in particular has a very high turn over rate to the point where the number of employees that quit out weighs the number of people being hired and even fired. My HR manager is begging people to apply for the jobs at the company I work for. If you have something serious like cancer you shouldn’t feel that you’re inconveniencing the company, it’s your health, it’s your life, you’re no longer an employee or manager for that company when your dead and six feet under. In fact they’ll just replace you the next day and forget about ever working for that company. What’s the grocery store management at the grocery store that got shot up in Colorado yesterday going to do about the traumatized workers who witnessed and survived the shooting? 

    9 Answers3 weeks ago
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    There is a rumor that the manager won’t give raises because her bonus will be smaller, anyone heard of anything like this?

    There is a rumor at my job that the reason we are paid less compared to different regions is that our manager will not give us raises because it negatively affects her bonus. Apparently this has something to do with the budget.

    I am actually not sure I believe this but I asked for a raise and she seemed upset...

    Has anyone heard of a practice like this? 

    4 Answers3 weeks ago
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    Do some companies have a business model where they view entry level employees as just people they can replace?

    Where I work, my manager has about 20 years of experience. No one else is really even close to his level of knowledge. I've seen about half of my teammates leave. I feel like my company doesn't even care really. Since it seems like the manager acts like he can just do half of the work anyway. For example, he'll resolve a bunch of issues and then not explain what he did.

    5 Answers3 weeks ago
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    when youre a delivery driver?

    i'm just wondering when people deliver can you have another employee with you, for saftey reasons, or to help you get to the place you need to go if you happened to get lost? like being a pizza delivery driver, or a ups driver, drivers like that?

    5 Answers4 weeks ago
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    I ordered three small items through amazon and theyre all coming at the same time. Are they gonna be in one box? ?

    I got the prime free delivery or whatever it is for all of them and theyre arriving at the same time. Do they package everything all in one box? Or just deliver them separately?

    4 Answers4 weeks ago
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    How come stores don’t give volume discounts?

    I saw a man buying a tv in Walmart he asked how much discount would ge get if he bought 3, the person helping him got a manager who said Walmart doesn’t give discounts, seems kinda strange to me 

    6 Answers1 month ago
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    Donations ?

    Hi okay so I work for a corporation and we have donations going on right now but I know this mulit million dollar company is only doing donations for a tax write off and they also have us employees guilt customers into donating 

    I really don’t understand why this multimillionaire dollar company just does donate it’s money if they really cared but that’s besides the point I know and get it’s a part of my job but I just feel so guilty and shameful pressuring and guilting  customers into donating I really feel like I’m robbing and stealing from the customers 🥴 do any of you have any advice as to what I should do or what I can say to maybe not feel so guilty cause I know it’s apart of my job but I feel horrible 

    4 Answers1 month ago
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    Is it possible to destroy foundations of Microchipping of one blows up the right building without hurting people?

    Just curious? If that became a movement is all. People who dont want big ego techs implanting these things in humans for corporate greed etc. What building would be likely a good target to end corporate sponsorship of it?

    4 Answers1 month ago
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    ANYONE HAD DEALINGS WITH CANONBURY PUBLISHING.  Seems to good to be true !!!!?

    Over the past few weeks I have been inundated with E Mails from the above Co. promising up to £5,000 a month from a scheme which they will operate for you,  The fee is a mega  £2,999 for their tuition fees.   There is a money back guarantee.

    Interested to know what others think.  Comments appreciated.

    THANK YOU.

    4 Answers1 month ago
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    Will Target return an item not in the original box?

    I bought my mom a Cuisinart cutlery set for Christmas for $100 from Target. Less than a month later, as she was cooking dinner, the block fell completely apart and all the knives fell on the floor and almost hit her foot. The block was glued and the glue came undone. She called Target and they said to bring it to the store and they would see what they would do. Then we had a big snowstorm hit and we lost track of time. Now, our date to return is coming up (March 16).

    We live in a very small town and the closest Target is over 90 minutes away. My mom, when she got the cutlery set, assumed it was brand new and nothing to worry about so she threw the box away. So my question is, is it worth driving 90 minutes to see if Target will replace it or should we just try and glue the thing back together again? I'm not sure if Target will even replace it since we have no box. 

    5 Answers1 month ago
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    Let's say the vast majority of jobs get automated. Why not continue to pay the former employee his check? The robot doesn't pay bills?

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    You have the right idea, that automation should decrease the amount that each human needs to work for the same pay, instead of only profiting the company owners.

    But why do you say companies would make more money by paying for robots and electricity to run the robots while also paying the employee salaries?

    And what about the next generation of humans? Paying former employees a pension is one thing, but do your descendants go on paying their descendants forever? Will grandchildren of high earners get higher pay than grandchildren of minimum wage earners?

    There are three ways to deal with automation. One is to pay workers a living wage for fewer hours of work, similar to what you suggested but with some actual work still involved (though in different jobs, such as programming the robots). This would allow everybody to remain employed part time instead of fighting over the dwindling supply of full-time jobs.

    Another approach is to tax the profits from automation and use that money to pay for everyone's living expenses. When the money is distributed only to the people without income, it is called welfare. When distributed equally to all citizens it is called Universal Basic Income.

    And the third approach is for the former workers to own the company and thus get the profits directly. This is communism in its original form: Marx predicted that when workers were not paid enough to live on, they would seize ownership by force rather than starve.

    Europe has mostly chosen the second approach. America is on track for the third.

    6 Answers1 month ago
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    Why do drive through's ask "is that all?" after every thing you say?

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    fast food does NOT exist, figment of imagination

    4 Answers1 month ago
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    Do you think McDonald's would make or lose money if they brought back Mac Tonight?

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    I remember that, it was created in the 1990s. It was kind of creepy to me. 

    They may have to make a few updates. I'm not one but I know a few millennials who aren't like that. 

    6 Answers1 month ago
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