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originally posted by: mOjOm
originally posted by: raymundoko
a reply to: Annee
If he worked for a tow truck company then yes. He didn't though, he worked for himself.
Yes he was a Jerk, but that's neither here nor there on the legality of this issue.
So what?? His job is the same either way. If he worked for someone else he'd get fired for not doing his job. But the same actions were taken so he should fire himself.
originally posted by: Annee
Like it makes a difference if he works for himself or someone else.
No, the woman had chronic fatigue syndrome, not Chrons. Those are two completely and totally different things. People with Chrons would proably go ballistic for people confusing the two.
McWade said she collects disability payments and has psoriatic arthritis, impaired mobility, early stage Crohn’s disease, severe fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. (She sent HuffPost a picture of the disability tag, as well as a photo of her many medications.)
originally posted by: BuzzyWigs
McWade said she collects disability payments and has psoriatic arthritis, impaired mobility, early stage Crohn’s disease, severe fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Fatigue is an all too common symptom of Crohn's disease. In one study, about three-quarters of people with active disease reported high levels of fatigue. Other studies of people whose disease was in remission found that fatigue continued to be a problem for 30 to 40 percent of them. Fatigue can have a major impact on people who have Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, affecting their work, daily life and quality of life. www.mayoclinic.org...
originally posted by: windword
What would tow truck driver Jesus do?
Right wing politics and religion have blurred into one big bigoted mess of fear and loathing! I have a feeling that this kind of stunt is only the "tip of the ice berg" of what the religious right is capable of, when it comes to their thinking that doing their job, and/or civic duty, violates their closely held "religious beliefs" if it means they have to assist people with different political views.
Shaking my head and wondering what's going to happen when Hillary wins the presidency!!!!