Cab you see the light?
I don't know what this means.I have no idea what "Steak Out" is as we do not have one in Texas, nor have I run across them in my travels.
We've had this conversation many times before. Of course you could start with their website
but we are not part of the franchise. We are independently owned and operated by the guy who started the restaurant.Due to, perhaps the obvious stalker-ish nomenclature of this place of employment, I guess I never really thought about it being "fine dining."
You claim not to know who Steak Out
is and then in the next sentence you claim that you don't consider them fine dining? How can you make this claim if you've NEVER
eaten there?What do you expect to show for it?
Getting out of debt and coming into my own American dream: a house, a car, a picket fence and a beautiful, loving caring wife.What do you think happens?
I think that hard work and value added to a company is rewarded with a return on the value added. I further think that labor should be able to come to the marketplace and compete and that longevity of just getting by should not be rewarded by tenure in either academia or in corporate America.The only money I ever see is enough to fill my car and enough to eat lunch with on a weekly basis. Woo-hoo! Living large!
Most of the time I don't have the money for lunch.This is fucking retarded when your pre-defined standard of worthiness is, "If everyone else likes it, it must be stupid."
Agreed, but if you think that's my measuring stick, you're fucking retarded. According to the theory you espouse here, Titanic
is the best movie ever made because it made so much money and wouldn't have made so much money if people wouldn't have went to go see it. Furthermore, you theory also suggests that no small budget film or a film that did not make money is a dud through and through. Are you retarded?Before you were hired, you were probably approached by HR
No, I was delivering food here. They said they had a spot open, I exchanged cards and the rest is history and documented on my blog.who discussed your annual merit increase.
That was never discussed and I have the feeling (all in all) that with the way the minimum wage is inflating the economy this number has a minus sign in front of it.Even if you invent time-travel, the time for your raise will be during your annual assessment.
Those don't happen around here.There are two exceptions I've used to my advantage
I almost had one, but ultimately lost out to someone with more...on paper? Either way, neither of these will ever happen.
The only time I ever got a raise was when I was working for my Dad and he didn't just give out raises.
One of my cousins was graduating in Birmingham. I didn't want to go because I knew the whole damned thing was going to be pretentious and that I would be miserable. This was during the summer. I had been working to get the chicken houses set up so that we could get birds. We had four 500 ft. houses that had to have feed put out, and that has to be done manually, one scoop at a time. (When you first get the chickens, you start in half house, but either way...)
I was drug in for dinner. Mom and I had a fight. She wanted me to go, knew I didn't want to go and that there was work to be done. She left in a huff and I stayed behind scorned. Dad said "Let's play cards. We can finish everything tomorrow" I said, "No I've got to get work done."
Three hours later, I had put out two houses of feed by myself. I was going to do the other two, but at this point, it was something like close to 2300. Dad was finishing up A River Runs Through It
. I told him that I was sorry that I didn't get the other two houses put out. He said that he was impressed that I did the two by myself even when I didn't have to and then gave me a $1/hr raise.
I would prefer a similar scenario here, but that's not going to happen. The more you do, the more you're expected to do. I can't live with myself if I do just enough to get by, so here I am.Clowns to the left of me
Jokers to the Right
Here I am
Stuck in the middle with you.