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Clown Job

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  1. I was looking up for some more information on that as I find it interesting Found this video from Hampden curator guy
  2. That will cost Businesses billions (and years) collectively to implement. But I’m sure they’ll small a small fortune selling off our data
  3. Well that’s one way to help people with soaring energy costs
  4. Never forget Tories really are scummy individuals
  5. I have no idea how to do that otherwise I would
  6. I think this is the end game for them with workers rights At will employment In United States labor law, at-will employment is an employer's ability to dismiss an employee for any reason (that is, without having to establish "just cause" for termination), and without warning,[1] as long as the reason is not illegal (e.g. firing because of the employee's race, religion or sexuality). When an employee is acknowledged as being hired "at will", courts deny the employee any claim for loss resulting from the dismissal. The rule is justified by its proponents on the basis that an employee may be similarly entitled to leave their job without reason or warning.[2] The practice is seen as unjust by those who view the employment relationship as characterized by inequality of bargaining power.
  7. Looking forward to seeing the follow up to this
  8. That’s embarrassing they’re claiming the history of another club At least Airdrie don’t try to claim Clydebank achievements
  9. You’re reminding me a lot of unionist attitudes over here towards Gaelic and Scots You are though kinda backing up my point when I say unionism is offering absolutely nothing these days
  10. Not the BBC but just a straight up lie here
  11. That’s unfair I didn’t dismiss anything of the sorts Im talking about NI today in 2022, not the past NI doesn’t even have a government because unionist have thrown the toys out the pram Not to mention that strange hate towards the Irish language and the riots over how often a flag should be flown a few years ago
  12. Pretty much unionist in 2022 They offer no real argument for NI to remain in the UK, just phoney culture wars
  13. Next they’ll be complaining about them having flat screen TV’s
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