Worse than the rat, worse than the dead frog, worse than eating a sandwich
of yesterday morning coffee mold with chewed burger buddies and ranch sauce,
I have seen office politics in a job lower on the food chain than a fried
gopher. I have worked 45 hours a week at age 16 and my yearly pay remained
far below the poverty line. I have seen my counterparts work 4 jobs, 90 to
100 hours a week, just for a roof over their heads and the chance to feed
their children the same greasy undercooked leftovers that they can take home
at the end of the night. I have seen the district manager walk into the
store three times a week for 3 years and not once did he ask for my name. I
flipped the fries. I made the hamburgers. I fried the chicken. I prepared
the salads. I set up the shake machine. I cooked the eggs. I washed the
floors. I cleaned shit off of the toilets. I made $5.09 an hour.
Disgruntled Ex-Burger King Employee page
Any more of these anti-corporation links and people might just get the idea
that I'm … oh … I don't know … un-American or something.
But you know what?
I don't care.
Nor do I care to work as a wage slave. I'd rather be poor and have my time
to myself than to be rich and answer to 16 hour days and the bottom line.
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