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Which I'm pretty sure is against the law and has happened multiple times now.
Originally Posted by murrrcat
Yes, that would indeed be against labor laws.

Example: I do not get lunch breaks, which is side eye worth yet understandable, but no is even remotely allowed to tell you that you can't eat. You take bites when you can, and I'll be damned! That is highly illegal. Your boss needs a 'talkin' to'.


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I hope everyone has a good day! I am getting ready foe a very busy one. A very busy week in fact. :-/
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??


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Hmmm.

I just started watching Bomb Girls on Netflix. I'm already on episode three, and I only found it earlier tonight.

It's a good show so far.

Also, the attractive Italian man doesn't hurt either.
Originally Posted by SCG
From what I saw, this is a really good show based on Canadian munitions workers. I read that it was a joint effort by two women who were writing different stories about their grandmothers work during WWII. They wanted people to be more familiar with the Canadian effort and the iconic counterparts to Rosie the Riveter. They decided to combine and collaborate, and it was only supposed to be a 6 part mini series. It got picked up as a full series.

I only watched the first 2 or 3 episodes. Other shows that I watch comes on at the same time. I really want to catch up on it. It is interesting, and I like Meg Tilley.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
Yeah I'm really enjoying it so far! It's very well done, in my opinion.

Call me American-centric, but I was sort of shocked when I realized it was set in Canada! You just really don't hear much about their involvement!

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And it will steal your innocence
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But you are not alone in this"

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Yeah murrr that's definitely not allowed!

If we're late taking our lunch breaks, we get in big trouble, actually. Skipping is unheard of!

"And death is at your doorstep
And it will steal your innocence
But it will not steal your substance
But you are not alone in this"

“My ability to turn good news into anxiety is rivaled only by my ability to turn anxiety into chin acne.” - Tina Fey
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Hmmm.

I just started watching Bomb Girls on Netflix. I'm already on episode three, and I only found it earlier tonight.

It's a good show so far.

Also, the attractive Italian man doesn't hurt either.
Originally Posted by SCG
From what I saw, this is a really good show based on Canadian munitions workers. I read that it was a joint effort by two women who were writing different stories about their grandmothers work during WWII. They wanted people to be more familiar with the Canadian effort and the iconic counterparts to Rosie the Riveter. They decided to combine and collaborate, and it was only supposed to be a 6 part mini series. It got picked up as a full series.

I only watched the first 2 or 3 episodes. Other shows that I watch comes on at the same time. I really want to catch up on it. It is interesting, and I like Meg Tilley.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
Me too! I just watched it last night. I lurve it.
Yeah murrr that's definitely not allowed!

If we're late taking our lunch breaks, we get in big trouble, actually. Skipping is unheard of!
Originally Posted by SCG
We also don't live in a right to work state. We get lunches.
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Yeah murrr that's definitely not allowed!

If we're late taking our lunch breaks, we get in big trouble, actually. Skipping is unheard of!
Originally Posted by SCG
We also don't live in a right to work state. We get lunches.
Originally Posted by redcelticcurls
Ah! I forgot about that.

"And death is at your doorstep
And it will steal your innocence
But it will not steal your substance
But you are not alone in this"

“My ability to turn good news into anxiety is rivaled only by my ability to turn anxiety into chin acne.” - Tina Fey
Went to see the musical "Motown Musical" last night with a friend. I told her that I had to head straight home after the show as I am meeting my boyfriend's mother for Easter dinner. During the intermission, we saw Blair Underwood sitting about 6 or 7 rows ahead of us. We didn't want to bother him as he deserves his privacy like everyone else. Yet on FB, she posted a picture she took with him after I'd left. Dang.
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Hmmm.

I just started watching Bomb Girls on Netflix. I'm already on episode three, and I only found it earlier tonight.

It's a good show so far.

Also, the attractive Italian man doesn't hurt either.
Originally Posted by SCG
From what I saw, this is a really good show based on Canadian munitions workers. I read that it was a joint effort by two women who were writing different stories about their grandmothers work during WWII. They wanted people to be more familiar with the Canadian effort and the iconic counterparts to Rosie the Riveter. They decided to combine and collaborate, and it was only supposed to be a 6 part mini series. It got picked up as a full series.

I only watched the first 2 or 3 episodes. Other shows that I watch comes on at the same time. I really want to catch up on it. It is interesting, and I like Meg Tilley.
Originally Posted by Fifi.G
Yeah I'm really enjoying it so far! It's very well done, in my opinion.

Call me American-centric, but I was sort of shocked when I realized it was set in Canada! You just really don't hear much about their involvement!
Originally Posted by SCG
We do/did seem to get more limited info on that, and other involvements during the war. (Yes, I am bringing this up again ) Take for example the Manhattan Project. Canada and the UK were involved. Here we had the Plutonium development site in Washington State, the Uranium enrichment site in TN, and the build/test site at Los Alamos. Many Americans were not even aware of the sites other than Los Alamos for years. From what I have heard secret cities were also in Canada and UK, but you really don't hear anything about them. Or at least, I don't.

Back on munitions... The show is set under the name of an actual factory in Canada. They are trying to pull in several facts along with the added drama.

I've got to finish watching!
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When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Went to see the musical "Motown Musical" last night with a friend. I told her that I had to head straight home after the show as I am meeting my boyfriend's mother for Easter dinner. During the intermission, we saw Blair Underwood sitting about 6 or 7 rows ahead of us. We didn't want to bother him as he deserves his privacy like everyone else. Yet on FB, she posted a picture she took with him after I'd left. Dang.
Originally Posted by LadyV69
I would have done the same, LadyV. Years ago a coworker and I attended a seminar in downtown Richmond. Afterward, we were walking back to our cars together, and I realized that just a few paces ahead of us was Sir Anthony Hopkins! At one point he turned around to see who was behind him, and I got a very good look at his face, so I knew it was him although he was much shorter than I expected him to be. He was in town filming Hearts in Atlantis if I remember correctly. I didn't say anything to my coworker because I knew she would freak and want to bother him. I waited until we reached our cars and stopped and he got way ahead of us to tell her. She was ticked off that I didn't tell her sooner.
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Bacon & pineapple glazed ham. Not to shabby for a vegetarian!

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Went to see the musical "Motown Musical" last night with a friend. I told her that I had to head straight home after the show as I am meeting my boyfriend's mother for Easter dinner. During the intermission, we saw Blair Underwood sitting about 6 or 7 rows ahead of us. We didn't want to bother him as he deserves his privacy like everyone else. Yet on FB, she posted a picture she took with him after I'd left. Dang.
Originally Posted by LadyV69
Was he gorgeous? I've always found him so handsome.

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This Bomb Girls sounds interesting.
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Yummm.

We talked my dad into buying us coffee this morning after church.

And cinnamon almond biscotti. Omg. It was amazing.

I felt kind of bad that this coffee shop was open when literally everything around it was closed, but the baristas didn't seem too upset.

"And death is at your doorstep
And it will steal your innocence
But it will not steal your substance
But you are not alone in this"

“My ability to turn good news into anxiety is rivaled only by my ability to turn anxiety into chin acne.” - Tina Fey
You know you love a trilogy when you are seriously considering buying the new cover releases.

Even though you already own two copies of each book.

One a special, more expensive hardback version to sit on your self and look pretty.
My mom sent me a Facebook gift card to Starbucks...how does it work SCG?!
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Just as expected they would do a tour during my break. Too bad I'm eating lunch. Getting my 30 minutes they take it out whether we get a break or not.
My mom sent me a Facebook gift card to Starbucks...how does it work SCG?!
Originally Posted by murrrcat
If it works like I think it does, it should give you a barcode (probably in an email or something) that you can print out and they'll scan it at the register for you! Or if you have a smart phone, they'll be able to scan it right from your phone. If you have the Starbucks app, you can also transfer the balance from the card to one of your cards on the app, too, which will help keep everything in one place.

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As for the right to work thing, after reading about it, I'm not entirely sure how it applies in this situation. I'm not saying it doesn't, I just don't entirely understand it! Haha Both PA and SC have the same types of laws for lunch/meal breaks, if I'm understanding things correctly. Neither are required to provide meal or work breaks. At least here, the employer handbook dictates how meal/work breaks are handled.

I know this has nothing to do with anything, but I hate 15 minute work breaks. They're good for using the bathroom, but that's about it. I spend most of my break looking at the clock, because I'm worried I've gone over. >_>

"And death is at your doorstep
And it will steal your innocence
But it will not steal your substance
But you are not alone in this"

“My ability to turn good news into anxiety is rivaled only by my ability to turn anxiety into chin acne.” - Tina Fey

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