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Male, 36 years old
Eastern US

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Interests: Music / Music / Philosophy / Astronomy / Music
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Birthday:1/7/1982 (36 Years Old)
IM Type: AIM IM Name: OrionsVantage
Occupation: Cemeterian
Marital Status: (Decline to State)
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Fav. Movie: Star Wars
Fav. TV Show: Bojack Horseman
Fav. Book: Sandman
Fav. Song: hrm...smashing pumpkins and other such nonsense
Fav. Food: Filet Mignon simmered in Ruby Port sauce
Fav. Car: Nissan 300ZX
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Totally forgot I found this cool stuff - Mood:Good
Saturday December 08 20182:52:33 AM |
My line of work introduces me to a ton of people, some of them cool. Recently I was introduced to a local historian who inherited the trust to a local cemetery. Since my job and his trust lined up, along with some of our interests, I got the ability to visit his cemetery.

It was way cool. Lots of CSA graves, a who's who of prominent individuals that lived in a nowhere part of my state.

Most interesting is in this cemetery most of the headstones were marble, which is a terrible choice. But there were also a ton of iron CSA monuments, obviously placed after the fact. Who made these things and why?



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Is my job asking me to do illegal shxt? - Mood:Good
Tuesday October 30 20185:50:41 PM |
Sales job, i sometimes take cash after the 'administrator' "aka the lady with the safe" leaves for the day. Company policy is that i'm responsible for it until i can get a receipt from the 'administrator'. This means if i leave it at work and place gets broken into, its on me. If i take it home and get mugged, robbed, etc, its on me.

I just called and explained how uncomfortable i was with this (i complain every time, i'm no idiot, i recognize how batshxt insane this policy is) and was told, oh, go use your own money to convert it into a money order. I refused on principle. It was then shrugged off as 'oh well, just make sure every penny gets turned in tomorrow and you'll be fine".

This surely is some wrong side of ethical shxt, but could it also be illegal?

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