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Yes, but the charges were dropped.
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Yes, but no time behind bars.
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Yes, and I've done time.
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Author Topic: The Twitter Thread--A Thread of Great Consequence  (Read 236555 times)

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Offline HighPockets

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Re: The Twitter Thread--A Thread of Great Consequence
« Reply #7515 on: March 17, 2017, 11:51:40 AM »
I was hoping for some spring themed advice from my favorite church sign person, Nope, this week I got.

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Offline Ah.hell

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Re: The Twitter Thread--A Thread of Great Consequence
« Reply #7516 on: March 23, 2017, 09:56:43 AM »
Ah.hell Jr has his first toof!

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Re: The Twitter Thread--A Thread of Great Consequence
« Reply #7517 on: March 24, 2017, 01:51:56 PM »
Colleague in my office did emergency response on a guy at her country club last night - emergency breathing, chest compressions, the whole bit - even ready with the Defibrillator, taking charge of the scene and getting other people to help.  Paramedics showed up and said to keep going while they got staged up because she was doing everything right.

Dude is in the hospital this morning doing well.
Amend and resubmit.

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Re: The Twitter Thread--A Thread of Great Consequence
« Reply #7518 on: March 25, 2017, 05:18:46 AM »
Colleague in my office did emergency response on a guy at her country club last night - emergency breathing, chest compressions, the whole bit - even ready with the Defibrillator, taking charge of the scene and getting other people to help.  Paramedics showed up and said to keep going while they got staged up because she was doing everything right.

Dude is in the hospital this morning doing well.

I guess someone in the room was praying for him
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Re: The Twitter Thread--A Thread of Great Consequence
« Reply #7519 on: March 25, 2017, 05:56:21 AM »
I negotiated the weirdest settlement in a labour arbitration yesterday. There was money involved but the employee wanted to address the MD and 2IC on their lack of integrity. He wouldnt budge on that. The whole settlement rested on that. Eventually I got him down to agreeing he wouldnt have more than 2 minutes and told the employer there would be no right of reply. THEY AGREED! Can you believe it. So the MD and 2IC endured 2 minutes of the employee berating them and just VENTING. They were fuming with frustration. But they signed the settlement agreement after that. Craziest settlement I've ever brokered!!

 

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