February 23rd, 2006


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01:21 am - on government legislation of religion...

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From: wooble Date: February 23rd, 2006 - 07:04 pm (Link)
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: February 23rd, 2006 - 07:30 pm (Link)
dammit... I hold sincere beliefs... the government needs to respect my rights to clock hos...
[User Picture]From: marmal8 Date: February 23rd, 2006 - 07:45 pm (Link)
Has the government ever interfered with your right to clock hos, assuming the hos were over the age of consent and did, in fact, consent to be clocked?
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: February 23rd, 2006 - 08:01 pm (Link)
its a commandment. I need no consent, it is my godHOVA given right!

And no the goverment isn't specifically stopping my clockin' right now, but I want it expressly forbidden to interfere with said clockin'. They do appear to have a problem with the sacrement of the chronic though.

And how we don't get the day off of work and school for May 21st? I mean, if we really cared about the IIIrd commandment, you'd think we would.
[User Picture]From: marmal8 Date: February 23rd, 2006 - 08:21 pm (Link)
I think it is best that the government not legislate about the clockin. I mean, we wouldn't want the government to start requiring a certain amount of clocking, or punish people for not clockin, would we?

You may take a personal religious day for any day you like. May 21 included, though it falls on a Sunday this year so you'll have to take the Monday after.
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: February 23rd, 2006 - 08:35 pm (Link)
Actually, yes, mandatory clockin' is what I was pretty much recommending there. Is it "the American way?" Well, not really. But apparently this not mixing church and state thing isn't going over all that well. And if they're gonna be mixing church and state, then I prefer that its my church. That's all I'm saying.

And no, I can't take any religious personal day. I work in the lame-ass real world with very specific and limited time off qualifications... God I miss academia....
[User Picture]From: marmal8 Date: February 23rd, 2006 - 10:00 pm (Link)
I'm going to have to speak out against mandatory clockin. Cuz sometimes a ho is just tired, ya know, and she don't want the devout all up in her face, tryin ta clock her. Even a ho needs a break now and then.

If your lame-ass employer really wants a reason, tell them you're sick. Refrain from adding "...of your HOVA-denying ways."
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: February 23rd, 2006 - 10:58 pm (Link)
hehehe... just out of curiousity, do you know what "clockin' da hos" means? I sort of theorize that most people who read this don't.

My lame-ass employer, like most lame-ass real world employers, only gives me so many days off for being sick as well. In my case (as with many) they don't differentiate between my personal days and my sick days... I just have so many that I can take. (right now, i believe I have 3 stored up)

[User Picture]From: marmal8 Date: February 24th, 2006 - 12:11 am (Link)
I was under the impression that "clockin' da hos" refers to logging hours on one's sexual time card.

You know, my employer, the City of New York, gives me 7 sick days and 3 personal days. These are clearly delineated, however no one has ever asked me if I am taking a sick or personal day when I do take a day. I can take a religious observance day, but we actually get docked pay for that. So I'd rather be sick/personal.
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: February 24th, 2006 - 12:37 am (Link)
I'd have to check, but I believe I get 8 or 9 of them total. But that included having to use 1 for xmas eve (well actually the 23rd, since xmas was a weekend) when the office was closed and the day after thanksgiving (office also closed). I chose to work on the 30th of december (office was closed. Went in anyway so as not to waste another day). Then there are 5 holidays that don't count against my days off (xmas, new years, labor day, memorial day, thanksgiving). And that's pretty much it. So in effect, out of the 8 days I get per year, since I'm supposed to use 3 of them on specific days, its more like 5.
 

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