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  • 52 29
    Submitted by ReesesPoofs on Dec 28, 12 at 10:36am

    I think hiring a lawyer would be a better option, but maybe that's just me.

    • 30 30
      Submitted by WV_kiwi on Dec 28, 12 at 12:45pm

      @reeses: what's a lawyer gonna do about it?

  • 41 33
    Submitted by zoltrix on Dec 29, 12 at 2:54am

    Who else read babysitter ?

  • 36 29
    Submitted by ZombieBitten on Dec 28, 12 at 1:09pm

    Hire a lawyer. This is illegal in Texas then screw your boss in a courtroom.

    • 21 25
      Submitted by popyelle on Dec 28, 12 at 3:32pm

      360- washington

  • 32 36
    Submitted by bass80hz on Dec 28, 12 at 11:17am

    W_t_f, try a re-read.

    • 17 33
      Submitted by drunknslut on Dec 28, 12 at 9:50pm

      Why? He got it right.

  • 24 23
    Submitted by DerKarismatisch on Mar 8, 13 at 11:14pm

    In fact, this is not illegal in Texas. I am a Texan; this is a right-to-work state, which means you can be fired without any notice for whatever fucking reason they want to pull out of their ass. As long as you can't PROVE they fired you for something that violates federal workplace laws.

  • 25 28
    Submitted by CessnaDriver on Dec 28, 12 at 10:40am

    Sixty Nine

  • 11 8
    Submitted by fatefall on Apr 14, 14 at 8:27pm

    Oh, the politics of being a stripper.

  • 22 30
    Submitted by W_T_F on Dec 28, 12 at 7:32pm

    My bad. Looks like you're gonna have to kill your sister...

  • 30 53
    Submitted by W_T_F on Dec 28, 12 at 10:54am

    Simple solution: offer the babysitter a higher salary to watch your kid than what your employer is paying her. She quits her job to sit for you, you get your job back, then you fire the sitter. Problem solved.