Discussion in 'Higher Learning' started by bnew, Mar 7, 2021.
Those "real jobs" have been outsourced.
I’m more referring to service jobs that can’t be outsourced.
I think I said this a couple years ago on here but Sinema reminds me of when Hollywood puts out a TV show or movie with a diverse cast of interesting characters but the lead if a bland, bisexual, blonde woman that they paint as someone who is oppressed as her minority counterparts. Life really do be imitating art
nah, mark kelly is solid.
She's feeling herself too much. Liked all the attention she gets for being "quirky"
You are so dumb I just want to point that out...fukk is wrong with you
You're forgetting the part where she walked next to Mitch and tapped him on his shoulders as if to say "watch me shyt on Americans"
And now she's playing the sexism victim card
That's what most want
$15 an hour in 2021 ain’t shyt. It should be $40,000 a year.
But that will never happen. I’m giving reasons why so many people are quick to either
A. Shut down the $15 an hour debate or
B. Justify being ok with it getting bushed.
Not to mention, if your supervisor is making say $16 an hour, and you get bumped from $10 to $15. You gotta bump your supervisor right?
I support a higher minimum wage. This pandemic put service jobs in the spotlight as being essential.
She should know that we are going to get her out of the paint.
She’s like 45 dresses like a teenage valley girl about to blow pink bubble gum doing dumb shyt like this. Is she nuts?
NVM I saw your second post
The mean household income in the US is in the $65K range. $15 an hour is like $30K so it would really help get that up.