"In a market economy, employers pay employees what they're worth."
Wrong. Employers pay their employees the least amount that they can get away with. "Worth" is too subjective to waste your time determining it for every employee, so employers simply pay the least amount that they can get the employee to accept that is legally passable.
"Keynesian Kool-Aid" aside, it seems pretty easy to understand the concept that workers who are paid minimum wage cannot support even one persno, much-less three.
As for the judgements on her living situation (i.e. "Where's the father?") I'm not sure how your moralizing judgements make a difference here. The facts of America are these: Women raise children alone all-the-time. You judge her while knowing nothing about her: Maybe he left. Maybe he died. You really don't know who the guy is or what the circumstance is, so just writing her off as making "a series of bad decisions" seems pretty demeaning.
Yeah, I am wondering why the bus driver doesn't just call the cops and refuse to drive. One arrest would nip this in the bud forever...
Oh, wait, I just figured it out: He doesn't have any union protections and is concerned he'd be fired for doing the right thing, since this person might turn out to be deranged, homeless, or connected to somebody in the Carson clan.
How is it "good government" to remove the equalizer that prevents gerrymandering this city into GOP domination, despite the fact that the GOP is a vast minority here? At-large seats ensure the majority is actually represented by the city council, not ruled by it.
It is about time! San Diego let their panhandling situation get way out of control, to the point that I won't go back. Good for us to finally realize that it isn't "charitable" to give to panhandlers--its stupid. People who are actually-homeless and in need can't be helped with cash handouts--you need to support the programs that provide job training and housing.
It is true that no rail system is "self-sustaining," but neither is any road. Every road is subsidized--it was built with tax funds from people who might never drive on. And even though gasoline taxes are "supposed to" cover all the maintenance, when it falls short we don't just shut down the road, we spend money from other taxpayers.
Trains are no different, and with an appropriate infrastructure to support high-speed rail, would be a far superior experience to "MegaBus" or driving yourself. You'd be in downtown Chicago in under two hours.
Yeah, really, who wants that.
I've been hoping another "chicago-style" pizza place would open around here since the Nancy's by my house closed. But I'm not going to bother checking in on this one: The owner seems like he's clueless about customer-service, and about dealing with social media impact.
Instead of taking the opportunity to reach out and mend-fences with dissatisfied customers, he took the "I'm under attack from a conspiracy of competitors!" route. If you run your own company and are considering following this guy's plan to "debunk" bad reviews rather than learning from them, I'd reconsider.
What idiot makes such a big deal out of honoring a coupon on the expiration date? Don't you realize for the tiny additional discount you'd have handed out you'd have built an enormous amount of loyalty... and wouldn't have generated such a huge load of negative publicity for yourself? All of these are things to remember in your next restaurant endeavor, once this one fails. Honestly, your only hope for any social-media bump out of the review sites is to pull down your own noxious comments and encourage your satisfied customers (if there are any) to put up positive reviews.
Honestly, after reading through the negative reviews about staff attitude, and your noxious responses (which confirm those reviews accuracy,) I'd rather eat at Domino's than do business with you... And I love italian beef and chicago style pizza, so it is something of a sacrifice.
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