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Also DC minimum wage is $8.25- not great for standing over a grill or deep fat fryer in the middle august
If they can find a better paying gig elsewhere, let them go get it. Otherwise they'll have to earn what the market dictates, and that appears to be whatever they're earning right now.
Did you read the article? They aren't complaining.
I never said that anyone was complaining.
Then they should have studied more and paid attention in school. If you are standing over a grill in August, it represents the execution of a piss poor plan for the future.
My point was the article was less about the folks working at Nats Park than it was about the union organizers and the Nats FO response to them.Have you read it yet?
Not everyone has the luck to have what it takes to graduate with a degree in engineering. Or even a degree at all
Not everyone has the luck to have what it takes to graduate with a degree in engineering. Or even a degree at all.
Not saying that the random grill tender could be a college graduate if he had tried harder. But getting a part time, seasonal job at Nats Park as the hot dog griller is just one step above not trying at all.
Or they'll unionize
Unionize? How hard is it to find someone that takes 25 minutes to serve an effing sausage on a bun? If they unionize, I demand that concessions refund me 100% of my money for every inning I stand in line waiting for a dog. If it takes a full inning for me to purchase an over priced half-smoke, I should get it for free. Service already sucks.
Are you for freaking real?!
Yep. What's wrong with the statement? I know that when dealing with urban schools, I am simplifying things.But, Am I missing something? Is working over a hot grill a desirable job?
The doctor who performed elbow surgery on Stephen Strasburg said he did not tell the Washington Nationals to shut down their ace pitcher.“I wasn’t asked,” Dr. Lewis Yocum told the Los Angeles Times.Yocum said he had not talked with Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo since last year and had not talked with Strasburg since spring training.
Yocum said that, had he been asked, he would not have been able to provide conclusive information about whether Strasburg’s long-term health would be best served by shutting him down.“There’s no statistic as far as studies,” Yocum said.
So... All along the doctor was Dr. Mindfact.
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