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Militantagnostic

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I'm surprised Amazon hasn't entered the perscription drug market yet. Or have they?
"Alexa, where's my nitro pills!? I think I'm havin' the big one! I'm coming to join you Elizabeth!"
 

qmosqueen

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Did your City make the Top 10 Target infested Cities ????




Knoxville, Tenn., topped the list with one of the retailers for every 37,469 residents. Allentown came in third, followed by Saint Paul, Minn., Columbia, S.C., Orlando, Fla., and Fullerton, Calif.

Pittsburgh, along with Charlotte, N.C., San Diego, Calif., and Los Angeles has eight Targets. Chicago, Ill., has 20 of the retailers.
 

GoodyNN

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And it looks like that study used actual city limits, not the (city) metro area. I wonder how the numbers would change if suburbs were included.
 

oath2order

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IWishIKnew

This was supposed to be a seasonal job...
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Screw front end.... I'm gonna go be a teller!
Banks are reducing tellers, which is probably part of why they're able to do this.

The higher minimum wage will affect "tens of thousands" of Bank of America employees, but not contract workers, the bank says. Like many big companies, Bank of America contracts out a wide range of jobs, from software development to janitorial services. The contractors are not required to increase those workers' pay, but the bank says it encourages the contractors to pay competitive wages.
LOLOL. They'll "encourage" their contractors to pay competitive wages then drop them in a hot second when they try to raise the rates BoA pays for said contractors as a result.
 

commiecorvus

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Wow just W-O-W.

So basically if they hadn't made a public stink out of the situation and Spot knew it was going to be dealing with bad publicity, they wouldn't have received anything.
Even though they double checked all the way.
G-d I hate insurance companies.
 
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So basically if they hadn't made a public stink out of the situation and Spot knew it was going to be dealing with bad publicity, they wouldn't have received anything.
Even though they double checked all the way.
G-d I hate insurance companies.
Hr folks, please confirm this.
 
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