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“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

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#26161 Oct 31, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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No, you don't mike. They are expected to do their job. Anything outside that scope of responsibility is extra.
This answered no questions of mine, and told us nothing new.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#26162 Oct 31, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Then quit your bitching about bush if that truly is your posture. Doubt it is, just saying.
Your post makes no sense.

Since: Sep 12

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#26163 Oct 31, 2012
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 11:14

Trucks rolled from the Samaritan’s Purse emergency response facility in Wilkes County this morning, Karina Petersen saying that five programs managers have been send to specific areas for assessment. Their release said that four of them are currently north of Richmond, Virginia and approximately heading to Wayne, New Jersey, the greater Philadelphia area, Baltimore, Maryland area and the Delaware and Virginia coastal areas. Three Disaster Relief Units were sent out from North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, to follow the program managers. Once needs have been assessed, the units will travel to the areas that most need help. And once response areas have been decided on, we will send shower trailers, generators, and other required equipment. She said that,“We anticipate that we will be helping with tree damage and mud outs, but will respond to other needs as necessary.”


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Wonder if Franklin Graham will get a pat on the back.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#26164 Oct 31, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Rate has nothing to do with the total amount paid in? Are you serious mike or are you joking? The "rate" is the incentive to all, including you. The more money you make the lesser of a rate you're taxed because you have more to tax. Whats not to understand? Seems pretty clear to me that all democrats are jealous of republicans because of how they manage their wealth and now want to take a communist approach by redistributing that wealth.
You do know you can pay more in than what you owe, right? Obama offered that solution to warren buffet once, but buffet declined.
Not that it is any of our business but how much did you gross and pay taxes last year? 1.82 million dollars?
You are taking what I said out of context.
It is not a progressive tax rate if the rich are paying a lesser tax rate than lower earners. Now spin that fact.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#26165 Oct 31, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Aren't we being cute, find it in my heart. It's been my experience say, in the retail world I had to bust my ass to complete my "required" tasks to receive a positive job review, to get the "pat on the back" I had to open 2 extra credit apps as well as the required 2 a week, keep my dept to corporate standards, sell above my "sales per hour" goal. Not to mention the customer service requirements. Don't tell me what it takes to get a pat on the back. I have the comment cards, letters of recommendations and achievement awards to prove it. I didn't get any of them by just "doing a good job". Send me a pair of your rose colored glasses will ya. I'm an achiever Mike. You see I like going above the mark. It makes me feel like I have accomplished something. I believe that is needed the job market today. Anyone can do the requirements. It's getting harder to find someone to go the extra mile. "Cliche" enough for you?
I see, so your company tricked you into doing more than your job required and failed to compensate you but gave you a pat on the back. Sucker.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#26166 Oct 31, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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Just so you are clear mike, I did not offer an apology. I did not offer an apology. I say it twice so there is no mistaking what I said. As far as my arguments go, you claim they are straw man. Ok mike then so are yours. Yours are even more so because we all know democrats are notorious for trying to inject social issues where they don't belong. Don't believe me? Look at your prior postings about business ops and turning a profit.
If you can't criticism either constructive or destructive then that is your problem nancy boy. The coffee thing was poking fun at you just as you return the favor.
You are a man of many parts. Coward. Homo. Homo bar manager. Psychologist. And now Internet police officer on anonymity. When you pay my bill then you can have access to whatever you like. I seriously doubt you have the means to afford my obligations because like your boyfriend, TSF, and probably bacon, my American Express card is black, not platinum.
Did you somehow get the idea I thought you were apologizing? Not sure where you got that idea.

I think I respond directly to your points and questions quite a lot. You and your team, on the other hand, run for days from talking about the substance of an issue. You create straw man arguments. Sounds like you are not clear what that means.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#26167 Oct 31, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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You don't get medals or pats on the back for doing your job. It is expected.
Speak for yourself. Just because something is expected, does not mean one cannot also give a pat on the back to show appreciation for doing their job.
Ask any expert on management. Read any book on management and it will tell you to do this.
I understand this is your opinion, but you state it as if it an absolute fact that cannot be changed. It is not.

You have offered no examples or reasoning to show your approach is best. I have. That is what constitutes substance. Just claiming you way is best, is not a debate, it is just a baseless opinion.
Why would anyone take your advice, if you cannot show it is good advice? Show us your way is best.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#26168 Oct 31, 2012
emlu wrote:
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 11:14
Trucks rolled from the Samaritan’s Purse emergency response facility in Wilkes County this morning, Karina Petersen saying that five programs managers have been send to specific areas for assessment. Their release said that four of them are currently north of Richmond, Virginia and approximately heading to Wayne, New Jersey, the greater Philadelphia area, Baltimore, Maryland area and the Delaware and Virginia coastal areas. Three Disaster Relief Units were sent out from North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, to follow the program managers. Once needs have been assessed, the units will travel to the areas that most need help. And once response areas have been decided on, we will send shower trailers, generators, and other required equipment. She said that,“We anticipate that we will be helping with tree damage and mud outs, but will respond to other needs as necessary.”
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Wonder if Franklin Graham will get a pat on the back.
Why wouldn't he? Why should he not get a pat on the back? Is your lack of patting on the back going to help anything? Does a pat on the back hurt anything?
I say it helps to pat one on the back in such an instance. It helps motivate him to continue that hard job. To always strive to do the job right. Failure to give that pat on the back may lead to some not making a full effort. Why take that chance? Your needs may depend on him doing a good job. Waiting to see if he does less than a good job maybe to late. Your life could depend in it. Take your chances with yours own life, not mine. I will do what I think is the right thing to do. You can be an asshole if you wish. Typical republican.

Since: Sep 12

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#26169 Oct 31, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>I see, so your company tricked you into doing more than your job required and failed to compensate you but gave you a pat on the back. Sucker.
Actually, my efforts were rewarded with a pay raise EVERY review period and dept. promotions. No trick, I knew I could preform basic job requirements and still collect a paycheck. Is that your employer has done for you? Tricked you into doing more than your job required and doesn't compensate you. I guess you are comfortable with a pat on the back and a cup of coffee.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#26170 Oct 31, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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You don't get medals or pats on the back for doing your job. It is expected.
Just so you know, the military did give me medals just for doing my job.

Since: Sep 12

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#26171 Oct 31, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Why wouldn't he? Why should he not get a pat on the back? Is your lack of patting on the back going to help anything? Does a pat on the back hurt anything?
I say it helps to pat one on the back in such an instance. It helps motivate him to continue that hard job. To always strive to do the job right. Failure to give that pat on the back may lead to some not making a full effort. Why take that chance? Your needs may depend on him doing a good job. Waiting to see if he does less than a good job maybe to late. Your life could depend in it. Take your chances with yours own life, not mine. I will do what I think is the right thing to do. You can be an asshole if you wish. Typical republican.
I guess being a good Samaritan and expecting nothing in return is foreign to you. I missed your answer on donations for the relief efforts.
TSF

Kenly, NC

#26172 Oct 31, 2012
Franklin needs to receive a form 1040 since he and Samaritans Purse have become a PAC.
emlu wrote:
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 11:14
Trucks rolled from the Samaritan’s Purse emergency response facility in Wilkes County this morning, Karina Petersen saying that five programs managers have been send to specific areas for assessment. Their release said that four of them are currently north of Richmond, Virginia and approximately heading to Wayne, New Jersey, the greater Philadelphia area, Baltimore, Maryland area and the Delaware and Virginia coastal areas. Three Disaster Relief Units were sent out from North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, to follow the program managers. Once needs have been assessed, the units will travel to the areas that most need help. And once response areas have been decided on, we will send shower trailers, generators, and other required equipment. She said that,“We anticipate that we will be helping with tree damage and mud outs, but will respond to other needs as necessary.”
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Wonder if Franklin Graham will get a pat on the back.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

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#26173 Oct 31, 2012
Silvercoastcorks wrote:
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States and local government should. Who knows their community better?
I am sure Chris Christie will not refuse the federal help. I see he is already patting Obama on the back for doing his job.

I guess it is easy for you to sit in your lazy boy and tell people they should get no help from the federal government while their state is in chaos. Typical republican asshole.

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#26174 Oct 31, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Why wouldn't he? Why should he not get a pat on the back? Is your lack of patting on the back going to help anything? Does a pat on the back hurt anything?
I say it helps to pat one on the back in such an instance. It helps motivate him to continue that hard job. To always strive to do the job right. Failure to give that pat on the back may lead to some not making a full effort. Why take that chance? Your needs may depend on him doing a good job. Waiting to see if he does less than a good job maybe to late. Your life could depend in it. Take your chances with yours own life, not mine. I will do what I think is the right thing to do. You can be an asshole if you wish. Typical republican.
Here again with the name calling, typical Democrat.
TSF

Kenly, NC

#26175 Oct 31, 2012
Let me imply that no one knows where Romney stands on any issue due to his constant day by day flip flopping on everything. If you want to excuse his serial lying as "implications", do not expect others to buy that BS
Pro-American wrote:
<quoted text> Romney NEVER said he'd get rid of FEMA, rather implied moving parts of FEMA into the hands of the states and the private sector. Do you see how you leaving out the words "parts of FEMA " from his statement changes the whole meaning? Where did you get your info, BSNBC? You should seriously watch/read more than one news source.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#26176 Oct 31, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>I guess being a good Samaritan and expecting nothing in return is foreign to you. I missed your answer on donations for the relief efforts.
So your job is all about being a good Samaritan now?
You are making a straw man argument.
I am not asking for a pat on the back, I am suggesting what one does as a manager or owner, not as an employee.

I do not like getting into my personal life. I did say a bit about it lately, and you see how that has turned out. It is always used against me, not matter if my actions were noble or not. So I try to make it a policy to keep it general. I give, and I will give to help those in this disaster.
The debate here is what government should do. I am not here to compete on who personally gives the most.

My view is, one should give personal donations and help, but that is not enough. We need government power to do what we cannot. This disaster is a good example of what government can do, that donations cannot.

I do applaud churches for being pretty good at helping in such situations. Atheist also give. For example, Bill Gates gave half of his billions to charity. But even with that massive amount of money, it still cannot do all that is needed to be done. A central government of the country has power no single person or organization can come close to having.
TSF

Kenly, NC

#26177 Oct 31, 2012
Obama asked people to bring supplies, food and volunteer for the relief effort. Romney asked people to send MONEY to Red Cross.
Obama asks people to be personally involved with whatever they have to contribute. Mitt wants you to impersonally send MONEY. It would NEVER occur to Mitt that some people have nothing to give but themselves and their willingness to contribute..
Two men,two totally different perspectives.
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>I guess being a good Samaritan and expecting nothing in return is foreign to you. I missed your answer on donations for the relief efforts.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#26178 Oct 31, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, my efforts were rewarded with a pay raise EVERY review period and dept. promotions. No trick, I knew I could preform basic job requirements and still collect a paycheck. Is that your employer has done for you? Tricked you into doing more than your job required and doesn't compensate you. I guess you are comfortable with a pat on the back and a cup of coffee.
Well actually, sometimes a pat on the back could save the employer from having to pay more than he can afford. This is why any management expert will tell you it is smart business to do so.
But just getting employees to do 'adequate' work is not easy. Just getting them to do their job is not easy. So the pat on the back and some coffee just may do the trick.

A good employer should reward anyone doing above their required job with better pay also. You see, the normal rule of thumb is, give them a pat on the back for adequate work, give them a raise for work above what their job entails.
I thought this was management 101. I see many here are not managers or at least good ones.

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#26179 Oct 31, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>So your job is all about being a good Samaritan now?
You are making a straw man argument.
I am not asking for a pat on the back, I am suggesting what one does as a manager or owner, not as an employee.
I do not like getting into my personal life. I did say a bit about it lately, and you see how that has turned out. It is always used against me, not matter if my actions were noble or not. So I try to make it a policy to keep it general. I give, and I will give to help those in this disaster.
The debate here is what government should do. I am not here to compete on who personally gives the most.
My view is, one should give personal donations and help, but that is not enough. We need government power to do what we cannot. This disaster is a good example of what government can do, that donations cannot.
I do applaud churches for being pretty good at helping in such situations. Atheist also give. For example, Bill Gates gave half of his billions to charity. But even with that massive amount of money, it still cannot do all that is needed to be done. A central government of the country has power no single person or organization can come close to having.
This post is about the Samaritans Purse relief efforts. Spin Democrat spin.Had nothing to do with employment. Democrat.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

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#26180 Oct 31, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Here again with the name calling, typical Democrat.
Silver says, Coward. Homo. Homo bar manager.

Is he a typical Democrat?

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