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Comment: Re:What BS (Score 1) 160

by oh_my_080980980 (#47720459) Attached to: Calif. Court Rules Businesses Must Reimburse Cell Phone Bills
This is not new. This is standard operating procedure for doing business. Companies have either provided company cars or reimbursed employees for driving their own cars. Companies have either provided company credit cards or reimbursed employees when they paid out of pocket. Hell some businesses have a clothes allowance. Grow up you fucking moron.

Comment: Re:What a nightmare (Score 1) 160

by oh_my_080980980 (#47720425) Attached to: Calif. Court Rules Businesses Must Reimburse Cell Phone Bills
Hardly. Why are people such fucking idiots when it comes to this stuff. There are formulas that have been used for the same thing for other devices. This is no different. You report the number of minutes you used the device for business purposes and assign a cost to each minute. Businesses do this all the time when determining what to charge customers.

Comment: Re:It depends (Score 1) 160

by oh_my_080980980 (#47720373) Attached to: Calif. Court Rules Businesses Must Reimburse Cell Phone Bills
Dear god it's quite simple: do you use it for business purposes? If so, then the employer is on the hook for reimbursing you. Period. That's how it works for driving a car. Now the employer can provide you with a company phone and mandate you use it. Period. That is often the case when companies don't want to reimburse their employees. Business are getting cheaper and cheaper. Hello 1900s.

Comment: Re: Probability of roll for advantage/disadvantage (Score 1) 198

by oh_my_080980980 (#47711659) Attached to: Fifth Edition Dungeons and Dragons Player's Handbook Released
Anal tentative twaddle. It's a game people. You establish a probability for an event and roll the corresponding die to determine the outcome. The DM can modify the outcome as necessary. This isn't a statistics class. You're meant to have fun. People seem to forget that.

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