Ajj1985 
Member since Jan 20, 2012


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Re: “Incompetent little child

OB, have you ever served food? It's hard, you can't please 100% of the clientele that walk in the door. You even mention it was busy, you have no real idea why your beer wasn't right or why your food wasn't prepared exactly the way you like, there could be a number of reasons. But instead of being a selfish prick remember the person serving you in is just that, a person, their working a job (maybe one they don't even like) to pay bills and you come in and have to make it that much worse.. I sincerely hope next time you go to work and make the tiniest mistake your boss writes you up and tells you how bad of a job you do, just so you know how it feels.

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Posted by Ajj1985 on 01/20/2012 at 8:35 PM

Re: “Soft targets

So basically what your saying is, it's more important that you get where ever your going 10 seconds earlier? Other just being an all around good human and stopping the mere 10 seconds it takes you to stop while that person crosses? I don't agree with jaywalking, but if your out in the pouring rain or a snow storm I'm going to get where I'm going as fast as I can.. If you can't wait the 2 seconds it takes me to run across the street maybe you shouldn't have a car.. And I hope some day everyone who posted in this persons defense has to deal with not having a car and license and has to walk some where.. Just remember the whole time your in your nice warm car, getting to where your going faster than someone walking some where and freezing, that could easily be you.. Have some compassion and turn the rage down, we're all human. - next time you get angry at someone for something petty, put yourself in their shoes.

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Posted by Ajj1985 on 01/20/2012 at 8:18 PM

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