Panda Eaters and Tasters Association
Actually, one of the functions of our court system is to determine whether laws are constitutionally VALID or not.
A frightening trend we have seen in this country is that it's becoming harder and harder for the average person to avoid breaking the law and still maintain a free, convenient life.
How often do you stop at green lights while there is traffic behind you?
Then you should either learn to obey traffic lights or not use that intersection. Weren't you listening to the other trolls in this thread?!
I'll just continue to use Safari and Chrome on my iPhone. I plan on swapping out to something with Android in a few years anyway.
You're actually demonstrating the exact attitude we don't want to deal with in the office.
What if part of the problem is your lack of employment makes you depressed and distant?
Then I would argue that she was a gold-digger that wasn't worth keeping. She obviously didn't care about the man himself.
I really hope Hollywood creates something called "Flikr," because that looks like a trademark litigation lawyer's wet dream.
Christians are fucking morons, there is no god. Muslims, Jews, Christians, Catholics, etc, throw them all in a pit of fire.
But the "pit of fire" is a product of Christian mythology. How can we throw them there if you want to disavow their beliefs as "fairy tails" [sic]?
I'd love to see your science that categorically disproves the existence of a God.
The best part about science is that it has never seriously sought to disprove the existence of a god. Some of the greatest scientists of our era actually personally believe or believed that a higher power must exist.
Please name the comedian who makes a living belittling atheists?
Pat Robinson, (the late) Jerry Fallwell, pretty much any active member of the Westboro Baptist Church....
You know, the whole thing about Jesus dying for the sins of the people was so that things like that no longer need to apply.
No, you shouldn't force them. You should, however, be willing to pay them more (i.e., overtime) for the time beyond the 40-hour week (or whatever your contracts say is a full week) or any time they continue to work while on vacations. You should also not be holding these "over-dedicated employees" as the new standard.
Of course, being an employer, you have already decided the "right" answer to your question and the asking of it was merely a red herring.
Then this would be a good law to have, correct?
It is. The problem is that companies aren't being told this in ways that matter to them.