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Employee

United States

#1 Jan 10, 2013
A maintenance guy was fired to after his tool box was broken into and his keys were stolen and the guy who stole them went to his car and looked for more stuff to steal and because the guy had a gun in his locked vehicle he got fired and pilgrims did nothing to the thief.
TXnative

United States

#2 Jan 12, 2013
It is your fault for bringing a gun to work. Pilgrims policy is and has been not to allow fire arms in their property. Who told them you had a gun?
DUH

Mount Pleasant, TX

#3 Jan 12, 2013
Pilgrim's is not corrupt. You are stupid for bringing a gun into an area where no guns are permitted. You may not have been at immediate fault as someone broke into the vehicle, but you are at fault for breaking your employers rules and having a gun in the vehicle. If you bring gun in your carry on bag to the airport you will get arrested. HERE'S YOUR SIGN: STUPID
employee

Killeen, TX

#4 Jan 15, 2013
First of all if you take a gun into the airport you won't get arrested. So who's the stupid one now
Seth

Mount Pleasant, TX

#5 Jan 15, 2013
Evidently you do not fly. Your a moron to make such a statement. I fly all the time, scissors, a pocket knife you will slide by if you put it in the disposal can or mail it back to yourself. A gun, you go straight to the airport jail until the local police pick you up. Stay riding those Greyhound buses. Maybe you can keep your handgun there, lol.
Seth

Mount Pleasant, TX

#6 Jan 15, 2013
If you don't like the conditions of where you work then have the balls to leave and go somewhere else. The former and many of the present Pilgrim's employees are just a bunch of whiners. The world does not owe any of you any favors. If your not qualified for anything else then you need to go back to school and retrain. Stop trying to fill the world with your brand of bullshit as no one believes it or cares. If you break your employers rules you deserve to be fired. Your just stupid to think otherwise.
TXnative

United States

#7 Jan 16, 2013
Well Said Seth
employee

Dallas, TX

#8 Jan 19, 2013
Well apparently you don't know about the TSA dumbass.. I can carry a gun into the airport as long as I have it checked by them.. So suck on the nuts
Seth

Mount Pleasant, TX

#9 Jan 24, 2013
You still don't have the balls to leave your job "employee." that's why you will always be an employee and a whiner and never a business owner.

If you check the gun, in your baggage, that is ok. Of course, only a whiner like yourself would pick such a statement to make. Going through airport security without it being checked is where you would get arrested.

The obvious in front of your face is what does not make sense. It's stupid people like you that elect idiots like the Obama and then bitch about the gun laws, higher taxes and the masses on welfare, but I bet you get a check like the rest of them.

Happy Greyhounding "Employee." You'll never have the balls to amount to anything as long as you whine and stay where you are.
TXnative

United States

#10 Jan 25, 2013
AMEN!!!! Seth!!!!!
MPNative

Athens, TX

#11 Jan 25, 2013
Seth wrote:
You still don't have the balls to leave your job "employee." that's why you will always be an employee and a whiner and never a business owner.
" Business owners " need employees . I certainly hope you don't share this condescending attitude with your own workers as you may have a difficult time keeping quality help.
Seth wrote:
The obvious in front of your face is what does not make sense. It's stupid people like you that elect idiots like the Obama and then bitch about the gun laws, higher taxes and the masses on welfare, but I bet you get a check like the rest of them.
Non-sequiter . Attack the opinion , not the person. Not all employees are Democrats . Not all business owners are Republicans . How did you come to the conclusion that "employee" voted for Obama or was the recipient of government aid ?
Rob

Mount Pleasant, TX

#12 Jan 25, 2013
I admire the name calling that "employee" started off with "dumbass" and the comment of "suck on nuts." It's usually the lower end of a workforce totem pole that starts with the language and then get mad when a point is made against them.

I don't think Seth has a condescending attitude. I think he is just to the point. People don't like having facts stuck in their face, particularly when their facts are in opposition to the boss and/or wrong.

Bottom-line to all of this is if you work for someone you follow their rules whether you like them or not. Comment in opposition too much and you will find yourself in the unemployment line. There are plenty of people that would take the open job in a heartbeat. I agree with Seth. Stop the whining and if you don't like the conditions then be a man and leave....otherwise chop it off and smile like "employee" is doing.
MPNative

United States

#13 Jan 26, 2013
Rob wrote:
I admire the name calling that "employee" started off with "dumbass" and the comment of "suck on nuts." It's usually ...the open job in a heartbeat. I agree with Seth. Stop the whining and if you don't like the conditions then be a man and leave....otherwise chop it off and smile like "employee" is doing.
"Employee" didn't start the name-calling though. Reference Seth's first post referring to them as "stupid" . Their little argument was about airport security and had nothing to do with the original topic.
The man in question had an unloaded hunting rifle in his vehicle . He had taken the weapon to be serviced and was unable to take it home before his shift started. Another employee who quite possibly had a grudge against him took advantage of the situation by stealing the man's keys and (upon finding the rifle) alerted security.
I'm not excusing him. He knew the rules and the consequences of violation.
I stand on my premise that Seth's apparent attitude toward "non-business owners" was condescending .
April

Mount Pleasant, TX

#14 Jan 26, 2013
No, actually DUH said employee was stupid as is this conversation. I agree, whether or not you are going to do something later on your own time you do not bend the rules by bringing a gun on company property that restricts it without expecting to get fired, if caught violating the rules. Sure, this is Texas and everyone has a gun, but the rules were broke, whether or not some employee with a grudge grabbed the guys keys and exposed him. I also think Seth was just blunt and not condescending. People that do not often understand the bigger picture of things often take the approach of condescending, racist, etc. when it is just their lack of understanding of the legality of a situation and the proper response to it.
MPNative

United States

#15 Jan 27, 2013
April wrote:
...I also think Seth was just blunt and not condescending. People that do not often understand the bigger picture of things often take the approach of condescending, racist, etc. when it is just their lack of understanding of the legality of a situation and the proper response to it.
You're right . Seth used the word "moron" .

Seth stated : "You still don't have the balls to leave your job "employee." that's why you will always be an employee and a whiner and never a business owner."

Have to disagree with you here , though . The above is a personal attack .
employee

United States

#16 Feb 2, 2013
As per SB 321 it says employers can not let me repeat it (CAN NOT) forbid their employees from carrying a unloaded weapon in their vehicle as long as your vehicle is locked and it is your own personal vehicle. They can keep you from carrying it into their buildings but not their parking lots. And for Seth I know you probably arnt up to date with legislation of Texas like us stupid backwoods morons. But (SB) stands for senate bill. And if it wasn't for people like us. People like you would get bent over by the government everyday and would just take it and tell them to add a little lube and just keep on goin. But we are the ones that help keep people informed on their rights. And also because of that stupidity that's why pilgrims is in the middle of a law suit of this.
MPNative

United States

#17 Feb 4, 2013
employee wrote:
As per SB 321 it says employers can not let me repeat it (CAN NOT)...... law suit of this.
I'm not sure if the employer's rules will be negated but the Texas " Castle Law" does consider the vehicle an extension of one's home . It'll be interesting to see how this lawsuit goes.
Seth

Mount Pleasant, TX

#18 Feb 4, 2013
employee wrote:
As per SB 321 it says employers can not let me repeat it (CAN NOT) forbid their employees from carrying a unloaded weapon in their vehicle as long as your vehicle is locked and it is your own personal vehicle. They can keep you from carrying it into their buildings but not their parking lots. And for Seth I know you probably arnt up to date with legislation of Texas like us stupid backwoods morons. But (SB) stands for senate bill. And if it wasn't for people like us. People like you would get bent over by the government everyday and would just take it and tell them to add a little lube and just keep on goin. But we are the ones that help keep people informed on their rights. And also because of that stupidity that's why pilgrims is in the middle of a law suit of this.
First, you may want to learn how to spell and make complete sentences so your point can be more clearly understood. An employer "can" legally make the restriction. The property is theirs and they can make the laws as to how they want to operate for the safety of their operation and employees. Example, a friend of mine is post office worker cannot carry a gun in their car on the post office property. If they do, they can be fired. You are clearly backwoods as you stay. Leave the laws to those that know them and stay making that $7.25 an hour. I believe in the right to bear arms, but I also believe the employer has the right to make the rules on their property. As it has been said before, if you don't like the rules of the employer than have the balls to leave, otherwise shut the hell up and be the woman you are whining about things you cannot control. Night ladies.
employee

United States

#19 Feb 5, 2013
Well apparently you didn't read the bill because it says in the public and private sectors of business they can not keep you from doing it. As long as your car is locked and it is you own privately owned vehicle not a company vehicle. And I has to be in the parking lot. They can keep you from bringing it into the building but not the parking lot. And your friend works on government property. Last time I checked that shit hole that pilgrims sits on isn't government property
employee

United States

#20 Feb 5, 2013
And you wanna talk about money. I promise I make more in one day than you make in a week

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