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In retrospect, I think this was most likely a bizarre HR technique designed to weed out the real dummies, but at the time I was oblivious (likely because I was one of the dummies they should have weeded out). I was scared I would get fired, so I promptly made new buns, but spent the rest of my shift trying to get rid of my blunder. I discovered some really interesting things about people that night.
I think most people really don have much self awareness about how high their floor of wealth and personal spending is over the ceiling of frugality and efficiency they talk about so much. Young) isn necessarily a bad thing. On the contrary, I argue that being a parent (or grandparent!) while you still young, active, and in good health is a wonderful thing.
Several high profile Twitter accounts were hacked, including those of US presidential candidate Joe Biden, former US President Barack Obama, reality TV star Kim Kardashian, billionaire Elon Musk and rapper Kanye West, among others. The intent of the hack appeared to be to scam people out of Bitcoin. Twitter claimed that the hackers were able to access a “small subset” of the targeted accounts and send tweets from them.
Set WeatherGov. Phil Murphy administration on Thursday announced it hasagreed to a $34 million contract with 6,500 state employees who have been working without one since 2015.The tentative agreement with AFSCME, which must still be ratified by its members, reaches back to 2015 and will give covered workers two, 2 percent raises andcompensate them for the longevity pay bumpsformer Gov. Chris Christie administration had frozensince 2015.”This contract will provide fair wages, honor past increments that the prior administration refused to pay, and protect health care, among other benefits,” Murphy said in a statement.This is the second such agreement Murphy administration reached with public employee unions that included retroactive pay increases and step increases.The largest state employee union, the Communications Workers of America, in May ratified a $148.9 million contract with similar terms.Christie suspended those step increases, whichtraditionallyboost pay byhundreds or thousands of dollars a year, after the most recent contract expired in 2015.It had been longstanding tradition and often contractually required that workers continue to receive step increases in the time between contracts.In the intervening years, the state Supreme Court ruledupheld that practice.