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This is unusual. Normally they only make them sign a statement saying they didn’t do it and won’t do it. It’s about time they go tough on some of these people.
It is so obvious that most of you have never worked on a farm before. My daddy is a farmer and my brothers and myself helped on the farm. If he needs help now I go straight over. The story is about farmer struggling to hold on to their family farms, due to a lack of willing workers. You wouldn't believe that most of the people that came out to daddys place to apply for a job would say, well I don't work on Saturdays, or I don't like working when it gets hot. My personal favorite, can you pay me under the table so that it won't effect my food stamps/unemployment. How about trying to fill your contracts with your fruit stands and grocery stores when you don't know if you can have your shipment of vegetables ready on time. When you have to start buying your food from oversee vendors that don't comply with the FDA requirements and is fertilized with human waste perhaps people will open their eyes. By then it will be too late. Last year dad interviewed a guy who wanted to drive a tractor only. Dad asked him have you ever used a hoe, he said I don't need no hoe, I got me a girlfriend. No he wasn't a teenager, he was a young adult.
The only different between the Peebles and Goody's was the name. It wasn't the Goody's prices or anything else. So glad Dicks is coming. This will save some trips to Fayetteville.
It would have been up to the dental office to press charges. Usually when charges are pressed you have less of a chance of recovering their money, than if you file a civil suit. Same thing happened where I work. The person is spending all of that money on a defense attorney instead of paying the company back.
I'm sure he heard that same phrase when he met his new roommate
Way to go! 6 days and 2 issues later we get to hear about it.
How about someone on a slightly lower pay scale. Then the students at the schools can actually get assigned a book, and can take it home to help with homework. Just a thought...
I purchased 30+ last year. Not one of the bare roots lived. Won't do it again.
Don't sell drugs in Moore County and you won't get your picture in the paper. Keep up the good work LEO.
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