Follow-up

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Hell yes!

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More on Chapelle…

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And on the Netflix side…

B. Pagels-Minor and Terra Field say the company retaliated against them for engaging in protected activity

Since the headline is truncated, I’ll note that they’ve filed charges with the NLRB, at least in part because they’re trying to get around the mandated arbitration clause in their employment contracts.

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That… does not look good. The dishing is somewhat of a nasty surprise.

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from the article:

“There was evidence of a lot of places with water intrusion,” said Williams. Williams [also] noted some extensive water damage in the garage

yikes. cause that’s never caused any problems before…

The main contributing factor under investigation is long-term degradation of reinforced concrete structural support in the ground-level parking garage under the housing units, due to water penetration and corrosion of the reinforcing steel

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hey, i think i finally found out what happened to my refrigerator!

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Why the ongoing supply chain fuckery is still ongoing and will be for the foreseeable future.

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Lol, the house of JIT cards has finally caught fire.

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Beat me to it!

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Bike shorts and tank tops are approved now, but they still have to be “form-fitting.”

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This seems a sad case all around, but FWIW, the person who broke the nose of the AA flight attendant is saying she ran her nose into his hand:

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yeah… that seems… like not possible? The guy might have a brain injury that influenced his behavior, but it seems unlikely that she should run into his hand hard enough to break her own nose…

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“He ran into my knife nine times”

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The fact that this is the defense is…well, I don’t know where to put it in my brain.

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