Muslim meme

I don't see enough Muslim memes. This was a phrase I used to hear all the time as a kid:


Tip Toe

I can't co-sign for the content, but this is a real funky beat:


Getting valued the right way

My pal Jen sent me the following story:

"A father said to his daughter “You graduated with honors, here is a car I acquired many years ago. It is several years old, but before I give it to you, take it to the used car lot downtown and tell them I want to sell it and see how much they offer you. The daughter went to the used car lot, returned to her father and said, “They offered me $1,000 because it looks very worn out.”

The father said, ”Take it to the pawnshop.” The daughter went to the pawnshop, returned to her father and said, ”The pawnshop offered $100 because it was a very old car.”

The father asked his daughter to go to a car club and show them the car. The daughter took the car to the club, returned and told her father,” Some people in the club offered $100,000 for it since it’s a Nissan Skyline R34, an iconic car and sought out after by many.”

The father said to his daughter, ”The right place values you the right way,” If you are not valued, do not be angry, it means you are in the wrong place. Those who know your value are those who appreciate you. Never stay in a place where no one sees your value."


Employee should be grateful that company pays her what she's owed

I'm getting heavy Karen vibes from the letter writer. And always remember that the company doesn't ultimately care about you:

I’m just kind of floored that she’s getting gift cards after speaking to her superiors like that. I’m also uncomfortable because why is our company responsible for her fiscal irresponsibility? Her personal finances or debts are not the company’s responsibility. I just don’t think it’s the company’s responsibility to give her more than what she’s earned (the extra $500 from the employee emergency relief fund) to fix things for her if she overspent or didn’t prioritize her bills or save smartly.


Can't find workers

If you as a business owner have to whine about no one wanting to work, it's because the terms you are offering aren't competitive in the current marketplace.

Should that mean you can't afford to stay in business, then your business model was flawed from the start. Shut it down:




Judge Lynn Toler from Divorce Court said the following to a guy who claimed he liked to make it rain at the strip club:

At $7.25 an hour, how much precipitation can you cause?