The job looks like it sucks, the schedule varies every few weeks but the pay is decent (decent enough that I didn't ask for more but I'm making less than I used to by more than half) but at least it's above minimum wage by a
hire me and if I pass the background check I have the job. First thing I said was "I'm not vaccinated, is that gonna be a problem?" and it was no problem. This is a big corporation, kind of unexpected that they care less than tiny businesses with less than 10 employees.
I think your prayers for me the other day were answered, I got a call from a place I applied to months ago today, 40 minute interview later and they want to hire me. I'll know officially in max 3 days but the person I spoke with said they wanted to
A look into the strange and concerning ingredients for COVID-19 vaccines, as part of a radically experimental public trial. Note: This video was removed on YouTube within 3 hours of being uploaded. ~Expand for links~ 🔴 Website: http://www.rocking…
I'm trying to replace my car's radio. The instructions say to disconnect the negative battery cable to prevent a potential electrical short. The bolt on my battery's negative cable is so tight that I can't get it off. Should I risk the electrical short in this situation and not disconnect it, or is it too likely to happen?