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St. Louis Bob last won the day on August 6 2016

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  1. Registering. Please, for the love of all that is good and holy, let me know who to pay, correctly, the first time. Puffs of smoke like the Vatican, clicks, Morse, PM,whatever. TIA
  2. It kept scrolling and I couldn't read it. Sorry. PM me so I can pay.
  3. PM me who I owe and I'll take care of it tomorrow. Pretty drunk
  4. I'm sorry brother, that sucks. Cash flow is the key to any business but some people like to "cheat" which sends a ripple effect down the chain. It's the worst. I'm happy to collect for the boilerplate 82%.
  5. Shoot, GB, there's no right answer, well ,ever, on how much is too much. My Uncle, who has been like my Dad, had a brain tumor. They removed that mfer today. Personally I can't wait to dive through some play glass onto a party down below ala The Game. It's going to be bad ### epic. ETA Pretty happy about that tumor removal. They said they wouldn't be able to get all of it. He's a bad motherscratcher though. lol
  6. Post who I owe. I would appreciate a tab or something. Maybe just pay in advance.
  7. 19. What can I do if I think my rights have been violated? If you feel your rights have been violated, you can file a complaint with the Department of Labor. Different procedures may apply for government employees. If your employer has more than 50 employees, you may also be able to file a lawsuit if your rights to emergency family leave have been violated. For more information, call our free and confidential helpline at 1-833-NEED-ABB (1-833-633-3222).
  8. Was doing some research and can't find the damn page now but it's different depending on the state you are in. There are 11 states that passed legislation that employer can't deny unemployment benefits because of COVID-19. Off the top of my head, California, Oregon, Washington, NY, Michigan, NJ, Nevada, Arizona, Vermont I did find this though looking for the dang page Hope this helps your friend GB. 19. What can I do if I think my rights have been violated? If you feel your rights have been violated, you can file a complaint with the Department of Labor. Different procedures may apply for government employees. If your employer has more than 50 employees, you may also be able to file a lawsuit if your rights to emergency family leave have been violated. For more information, call our free and confidential helpline at 1-833-NEED-ABB (1-833-633-3222).
  9. Sweet Dee & Dennis's real dad? Did not see that coming.
  10. Cross post I'm sure it has been discussed already, so for that I apologize, but what are the consequences for employees of organizations large than 500+ that don't qualify under Families First Coronavirus Response Act? Mrs. SLB is being told she needs to go in to work or else she's fired and will be denied unemployment benefits. Neat company. Additional items: 1. Mrs. SLB had much needed back surgery last year. Literally put it off for over a decade. She used to gobble pain pills but dope fiends took that option away from her. I think she had 6 slipped discs as well as stenosis. I bring this up because she can't file FMLA because she used all of her time 49 weeks ago. 2. We have been the primary caregivers for my parents. Mom was diagnosed with lung cancer in the first week of March. Half of her lung was removed last week. She's on the mend but contracting COVID-19 would kill her within a day. FWIW, neither of my parents are smokers. 3. School is canceled for the year and we have kids in middle and HS. My best guess is that these (I won't get banned, I won't get banned) "people" are using this as leverage to screw over employees. Also, FWIW, she's a RN at an outpatient surgery facility. All non-life threatening procedures but there would be doctors performing these operations that are also in area hospitals, there. Hell, there would only be a couple of hours of work A WEEK. So they're leveraging that as "work to do but you're refusing to do it". TIA If anyone wants to do some bare knuckle boxing, I'm totally up for it.
  11. Two additional items: 1. Mrs. SLB had much needed back surgery last year. Literally put it off for over a decade. She used to gobble pain pills but dope fiends took that option away from her. I think she had 6 slipped discs as well as stenosis. I bring this up because she can't file FMLA because she used all of her time 49 weeks ago. 2. We have been the primary caregivers for my parents. Mom was diagnosed with lung cancer in the first week of March. Half of her lung was removed last week. She's on the mend but contracting COVID-19 would kill her within a day. FWIW, neither of my parents are smokers. 3. School is canceled for the year and we have kids in middle and HS. My best guess is that these (I won't get banned, I won't get banned) "people" are using this as leverage to screw over employees. Also, FWIW, she's a RN at an outpatient surgery facility. All non-life threatening procedures but there would be doctors performing these operations that are also in area hospitals, there. Hell, there would only be a couple of hours of work A WEEK. TIA If anyone wants to do some bare knuckle boxing, I'm totally up for it.