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Minnesota girl slams school board over BLM posters after 'no politics' promise 

 

A 9-year-old student took a school board to task over its apparent 180 on a policy barring teachers from displaying Black Lives Matter posters.

The student, who only identified herself as "Novalee," said she saw posters of Black Lives Matter and Amanda Gorman on her teacher’s wall at Lakeville Elementary School. The presence of these posters, she said, contradicted what the school board said at a prior meeting: "no politics in school."

When she cited a school board policy prohibiting Black Lives Matter posters in the district’s schools, the principal allegedly told her that the school board members were the ones who made the posters.

"I am nine years old and I know that," she said. "You expect to believe that you did not know what you were doing when you were making these posters? C’mon people!"

Minnesota girl slams school board over BLM posters after 'no politics' promise

Stonewall Inn bans Anheuser-Busch beers after company donates big bucks to anti-LGBTQ politicians

Colorado mayor sparks outcry by BANNING the Pledge of Allegiance and threatening to kick officials out of meeting when they defied him and stood to recite it

IKEA in Atlanta is slammed for offering 'racially insensitive' Juneteenth menu featuring fried chicken and watermelon

LGBTQ festival wants sought-after book about 'Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters' removed from public library

Tags: $, Anxiety, Ban, Bar/Club, Books, Business, Children, Choices, Drink, Education, Enforcement, LGBTQ, Opinion, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Preference, Priorities, Protest, Students, Trans, Video

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22-Jun-2021


What Quitters Understand About the Job Market 

 

More Americans are telling their boss to shove it. Is the workplace undergoing a revolution—or just a post-pandemic spasm?

Quitting your job is hot this summer. More Americans quit in May than any other month on record going back to the beginning of the century, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For every 100 workers in hotels, restaurants, bars, and retailers, about five of them quit last month.

Low-wage workers aren’t the only ones eyeing the door. In May, more than 700,000 workers in the bureau’s mostly white-collar category of “professional and business services” left their job—the highest monthly number ever. Across all sectors and occupations, four in 10 employees now say they’ve considered peacing out of their current place of work.

Up and down the income ladder, workers have new reasons to tell their boss to shove it.

What Quitters Understand About the Job Market

Tags: $, Business, Employment, Privilege, Quit, Survival, Terraforming, Treatment

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21-Jun-2021


Angry Napa Valley residents go to war with startup that is buying luxury homes in exclusive neighborhoods across US to sell as timeshares and enraging wealthy neighbors 

 

Pacaso, founded in October by executives from the real estate company Zillow, aims to do to second homes what Airbnb did to hotels and Uber did to taxis. It targets luxury neighborhoods slightly off the usual tourist trails.

Critics say it changes the nature of a neighborhood; the company insists it is making exclusive communities more accessible and, by allowing eight people to share ownership of one home, reducing the intense demand on housing stock.

Angry Napa Valley

Israeli food truck is BANNED from Philadelphia food festival: Organizers accused of bowing to anti-Semitism

Tags: Ban, Business, Community, Culture, Environment, Exclusivity, Lifestyle, Neighbor, Protest, Real Estate, Rejection, Relationships, Safety, Sale, Threat

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21-Jun-2021


Cantor Fitzgerald exec and wife refuse to leave Hamptons rental: suit 

 

A top Cantor Fitzgerald exec and his wife are refusing to vacate their tony Hamptons rental — and they are living like a “Hoarders’’ episode while exploiting special COVID-19 rules barring eviction, according to a lawsuit and sources.

Cantor’s “ultra-wealthy” Chief Administration Officer Paul Pion and his wife Stephanie shelled out $10,000 a month for the past two years to rent the $5 million property in exclusive Water Mill, according to papers filed in Suffolk County Supreme Court.

But the couple’s lease expired May 31, and the Long Island home’s owner found a new buyer set to close on the deal Tuesday — yet the Pions refuse to vacate the premises, the document says.

“They aren’t leaving, and it looks like an episode of ‘Hoarders,’ ” said a source familiar with the situation, referring to the TV series about people who collect mounds of things.

Cantor Fitzgerald exec and wife refuse to leave Hamptons rental: suit

New Jersey lawmaker is caught wearing boxer shorts with his belly exposed during Zoom meeting with US Congress colleagues

Tags: $, Business, Etiquette, Laws, Loophole, Mental Health, Poverty, Real Estate, Reckless, Relationships, Rent, Rental, Theft, Threat, Zoom

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18-Jun-2021


'Airbnb has secretive 'black box' team paying out $50 million a year to keep disaster stays out of press and gives staff blank checks to help rape victims and clean-up dismembered human remains' 

 

Airbnb has a secretive team to keep disaster stays out of the press and gives staff blank checks to help rape victims and pay to clean up dismembered human remains, according to a report.

Team members have the power to spend any amount tackling the worst crises at their rentals including sexual assaults, murders and deaths - providing support to guests and hosts and also working to keep the incidents out of the public eye, Bloomberg reported.

In one incident, a rape victim received a $7 million payout in exchange for agreeing not to 'imply responsibility or liability' on Airbnb or the host after a 'career criminal' used a duplicate key to enter a New York City rental and attacked her at knifepoint, according to the report.

Others said they had to provide support to guests who had been assaulted by guests and had resorted to hiding in wardrobes or running from secluded cabins from the perpetrators.

'Airbnb has secretive 'black box'

Los Angeles dentist, 50, is charged with 'sexually assaulting nine female patients aged 27 to 73' while they were undergoing procedures

Tags: Business, Murder, Rape, Rental, Sex, Threat, Violence

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15-Jun-2021


Sex robot with ‘bionic penis’ that can be programmed gay is coming soon 

 

New sex robots from leading AI robotics company RealDoll will be programmable as gay or straight, depending on your preference.

Sex robot with ‘bionic penis’ that can be programmed gay is coming soon

Tags: Business, Gay, LGBTQ, Robot, Sex, Tech

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15-Jun-2021


California marijuana dispensary offers cannabis products for just ONE CENT to anyone with a valid Covid vaccine card 

 

A central California cannabis dispensary is offering selected products for only one penny for any customer who shows a valid COVID-19 vaccine card as rates fall across the state.

As of Thursday, the dispensary reports that more than 400 people have already taken advantage of the discount.

California marijuana dispensary offers cannabis products for just ONE CENT

Tags: $, Business, Marijuana, Sale, Vaccine

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11-Jun-2021


Beech-Nut recall: Baby food brand will stop selling rice cereal due to high arsenic levels 

 

Beech-Nut Nutrition, a popular brand of baby food, is voluntarily recalling a lot of its rice cereal because it contained levels of arsenic above federal guidelines.

In the recall notice posted on the Food & Drug Administration website this week, Beech-Nut also has announced it will no longer sell the rice cereal and says it has "decided to exit the market for Beech-Nut branded Single Grain Rice Cereal."

Beech-Nut recall

Tags: Brain, Business, Children, Food, Health, Parental Burden, Product, Safety, Termination, Toxic

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09-Jun-2021


World's largest meat supplier JBS shuts ALL of its US beef plants 

 

The Department of Agriculture has asked other major meat processors to increase capacity and mitigate potential beef supply issues due to the country's reliance on JBS production lines.

All nine of the company's beef plants in the country have shut down as a result of the cyber attack, according to the United & Food and Commercial Workers, which represents employees at the plants. It is unclear when those plants will resume operations.

The company has two plants in Nebraska, and one each in Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Utah, Texas and Arizona.

'We have cybersecurity plans in place to address these types of issues... the vast majority of our beef, pork, poultry and prepared foods plants will be operational tomorrow,' Andre Nogueira, JBS chief in the United States, said in a statement Tuesday.

World's largest meat supplier JBS shuts ALL of its US beef plants

Tags: $, Business, Environment, Limited, Meat, Politics, Safety, Warning

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01-Jun-2021


Feds say employers can require workers to get COVID vaccine 

 

It’s the jab or the job.

Employers are allowed under federal law to require workers to get a COVID-19 vaccine before they can physically return to the workplace, according to updated guidance issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Friday.

But they must provide “reasonable accommodations” for workers who refuse the shots due to a disability or pregnancy or for religious reasons, the agency said.

The decision may mean unvaccinated employees could be required to wear masks or work remotely.

Feds say employers can require workers to get COVID vaccine

Tags: $, Business, Coronavirus, Employment, Enforcement, Environment, Health, Politics, Quarantine, Safety, Segregation, Vaccine

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29-May-2021


Nike sues over Lil Nas X 'Satan Shoes' with human blood in soles 

 

The "Old Town Road" artist worked with MSCHF to release "Satan Shoes" on Monday. The sneakers are modified Nike Air Max 97s — decorated with a pentagram pendant and a reference to Luke 10:18, a Bible verse about Satan's fall from heaven.

MSCHF, a company known for creating controversial and viral products, confirmed Sunday that the shoes contained a drop of human blood inside the sole, drawn from members of the MSCHF team.

All 666 pairs of the modified Nikes, priced at $1,018, sold out shortly after they went on sale Monday.

Nike sues over Lil Nas X 'Satan Shoes' with human blood in soles

Tags: Business, Fraud, Shoes

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29-Mar-2021


LOFT Announces It Will Stop Selling Plus Sizes Due to 'Ongoing Business Challenges' 

 

LOFT is making some "difficult" business decisions — including dropping its range of extended sizes.

The brand revealed the news on Twitter in a response to one customer who wrote, "Hey @LOFT is it true you're discontinuing your plus line?"

"Unfortunately, due to ongoing business challenges, we have had to make some difficult decisions, which does impact our plus collection," LOFT confirmed on Twitter. "We sincerely apologize for any disappointment."

LOFT Announces It Will Stop Selling Plus Sizes Due to 'Ongoing Business Challenges'

Tags: Business, Clothes, Size, Termination, Women

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19-Mar-2021


California bill would ban ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ departments in stores 

 

The proposal would require stores with 500 or more employees to maintain “undivided areas of its sales floor” for childcare items, kids clothes and toys, “regardless of whether an item has traditionally been marketed for either girls or for boys,” according to the legislation.

The bill, which refers to “unjustified differences in similar products that are traditionally marketed either for girls or for boys,” would also ban signs indicating specific items are for girls or boys.

Online, any California-based businesses selling childcare items, children’s clothing or toys, would have to “dedicate a section of the internet website to the sale of those items and articles that is titled, at the discretion of the retailer, ‘kids,’ ‘unisex,’ or ‘gender neutral.’”, the bill states.

California bill would ban ‘boys’ and ‘girls’ departments in stores

Isn't it going to blow their minds when they grow up to find out the adults were allowed separate stores? Hypocrites. It will be like the "Santa isn't real, honey" or "you're adopted" fiasco but worse. 06-Mar-2021

Tags: $, Business, Children, Choices, Environment, Hypocrisy, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Weird

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06-Mar-2021


Why are people boycotting Trader Joe’s? What to know about an employee’s COVID-19 safety concerns 

 

If you’ve been on social media the last few days you may have seen the hashtag #BoycottTraderJoes going around. But why exactly are people calling for the boycott of one of the most beloved grocery chains in the country? It all has to do with an employee who was fired...

Why are people boycotting Trader Joe’s? What to know about an employee’s COVID-19 safety concerns

Tags: Business, Campaign, Cancelled, Employment, Food, Opinion, Policy, Termination

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01-Mar-2021


Palm Springs lifts COVID-19 curfew; bars and restaurants can now stay open until 2 a.m. 

 

Palm Springs lifted a curfew on restaurants, bars, wineries and breweries on Friday, allowing the establishments to stay open until 2 a.m.

Palm Springs lifts COVID-19 curfew; bars and restaurants can now stay open until 2 a.m.

Tags: Business, Choices, Coronavirus, Economy, Environment, Health, LGBTQ, NSFW, Open, Priorities

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28-Feb-2021




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