Posts made in September, 2012


If you think you are being discriminated against at work, but its not said out loud, how can you tell? For instance, are you being paid equal wages for equal work? For evidence, look at “similarly situated” employees and how they are treated and paid. Look at other employees doing roughly the same level of work, level of experience, education and background. Are they being paid basically the same as you, more or less. Are...

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Hours on airport tarmac? What can you do? Airline passenger horror stories include hours of infuriating delays when planes taxi away from the gate but don’t get cleared for takeoff; or land, but don’t get cleared to dock at a terminal. Or, sometimes bad weather, mechanical issue, or airline regulations keep your plane parked and passengers in their seats for hours. These can involve shortages of food, water, fresh air, non-functioning...

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Auto Crash – who had the


Posted By on Sep 12, 2012

Auto accident at an intersection. Who had the “green light”? He said, .. she said .. and you’re off to a very bad day. You approached and entered a traffic intersection, went through it and BAM, you got hit by a speeding car from the other direction. What next when the other driver says he had the “green light”, but you saw a green light for your direction of travel? If you physically are able, call the police and look for any and all...

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