From: Sqwertz on
On Sun, 6 Jun 2010 16:49:03 -0500, Jerry Sauk wrote:

> So you got laid-off again.

At least I've never been FIRED. Heh. At least I make enough in 6
months that even *without* unemployment benefits, I can afford to
live off of what I did make for another *year* (it used to be work
6 months, relax for 2 years).

> Big suprise. Maybe instead of gonig on the
> Internet all day you should have been doing what you should have been
> doing.. designing toilet's that can actually flush without getting
> plugged-up.

Why do you think that you have a problem with your turds getting
stuck in the toilet, Jerry? Do you really think that everybody's
turds get stuck like yours? They don't.

It's just so fitting that you would mention that, assuming it
would relate to everyone else. Newflash: it doesn't (unless TFM
is still here).

-sw
From: Jerry Sauk on

"Larry" <LarryG2(a)A1gmail.com> wrote in message
news:qq2dnSlvIJmasZHRnZ2dnUVZ_jOdnZ2d(a)giganews.com...
> Jerry Sauk wrote:
> >>
> >> YOU are the common problem in regard to your work history, Jerry.
> >>
> > Wrong. the common problem is that other people, either co-workers, and
> > sometiems managers, are either idiots or prejudiced against certain
common
> > issue's that many people have.
> >
> >
> >
> Sure, Jerry, who else would you blame? It's always the "other people".
> Now your adding some BS prejudice into the mix?

I have suffered discrimination at the work place many times becouse of my
weight. That's a prejudiced. There was MANY instance's where I should have
been given an easier job to do bercouse of weight issue's but I wasn't, but
women were given the easier jobs to do such as running the check-outs.
That's discrimination, and it's illegal.


From: krw on
On Sun, 6 Jun 2010 18:32:45 -0500, "Jerry Sauk" <jerrysauk(a)hotmail.com> wrote:

>
>"Larry" <LarryG2(a)A1gmail.com> wrote in message
>news:qq2dnSlvIJmasZHRnZ2dnUVZ_jOdnZ2d(a)giganews.com...
>> Jerry Sauk wrote:
>> >>
>> >> YOU are the common problem in regard to your work history, Jerry.
>> >>
>> > Wrong. the common problem is that other people, either co-workers, and
>> > sometiems managers, are either idiots or prejudiced against certain
>common
>> > issue's that many people have.
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> Sure, Jerry, who else would you blame? It's always the "other people".
>> Now your adding some BS prejudice into the mix?
>
>I have suffered discrimination at the work place many times becouse of my
>weight. That's a prejudiced. There was MANY instance's where I should have
>been given an easier job to do bercouse of weight issue's but I wasn't, but
>women were given the easier jobs to do such as running the check-outs.
>That's discrimination, and it's illegal.

Wrong. If you can't do the job you shouldn't have it, period. You must be
*really* out of shape if you can't flip a burger.
From: Rod Speed on
Sqwertz wrote
> Rod Speed wrote
>> Sqwertz wrote
>>> Rod Speed wrote
>>>> Sqwertz wrote
>>>>> Rod Speed wrote

>>>>>> Fantasy, burger flippers dont get social services.

>>>>> In Austin they do.

>>>> Nope.

>>>>> Anybody making less than $10.50/hour qualifies for
>>>>> medical, dental, and $5/$10 prescriptions from the City.

>>>> Thats a lie.

>>> I'm currently getting the maximum amount of unemployment
>>> benefits and I have a MAP card and the benefits (went for
>>> my "interview" just last week and got my card).

>> Irrelevant to that stupid pig ignorant claim about any hourly wage that qualifys for MAP.

>> http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:8HKZZ76mdBIJ:www.frontsteps.org/index.php%3Foption%3Dcom_rubberdoc%26view%3Ddoc%26id%3D39%26format%3Draw+%22Medical+Assistance+Program%22+austin&hl=en&gl=au&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEEShMx-ORUNJNsLUeWDsmEvOpW1HEM6sADoaNbcBozz2xX45dhCVejExfumoeog-6iIFIxHNoTSdtb35IVkAIveqab1pjjfFbk9ShLD9xqlbKmKOMlzQ4og4WLibhxylDa_q2yzuN&sig=AHIEtbQrQfYeDTtT7Mal2uwnte4DgbFMjg

> What exactly are you pointing out?

What I said, that no particular hourly wage qualifys for MAP.

> The requirements are right there on the page your quoted.

And it doesnt even mention a particular hourly wage.

> It clearly disproves your claim

Everyone can see you are lying, again.

> (and also disproves your new claim that *any* hourly wage qualifies for map).

Like hell it does. NO hourly wage is mentioned.

> Quote:

> Who may qualify for MAP?

> Austin/Travis county residents with family incomes at
> or below 100% of the Federal Poverty Index Guidelines,

That is nothing like the hourly wage you claimed qualifys for MAP.

> and who meet asset guidelines. (If they have Medicaid,
> they will not qualify for MAP.) This includes those
> Williamson County residents living in the City of Austin.

> Disabled or elderly individuals,

Irrelevant to what is being discussed, burger flippers.

> if their income is at or below
> 200% of the Federal Poverty Index Guidelines, and if they meet
> asset guidelines. (If they live in the City of Austin and have
> Medicaid, they will not qualify for MAP. If they live outside the
> City of Austin and in Travis County, they may qualify for limited
> MAP benefits).
>
> Travis county residents with Medicaid or Medicare are not eligible
> for MAP benefits but may qualify for other programs that offer
> reduced rate health care services.
>
> What If I Don't Qualify for MAP?
>
> Austin/Travis County residents who do not qualify for MAP and do
> not have other funding may be placed on the Austin/Travis
> CommUnity Care sliding-fee scale. They can receive medical and
> prescription services at the CommUnity Care centers on a
> sliding-fee basis. (City of Austin residents also can receive
> emergency dental services at a City dental clinic on a sliding-fee
> basis if a current patient in the CommUnity Care system.) These
> services require a co-payment, based on where on the sliding-fee
> scale the client's household income falls.
>
> (The later is the category I fit into. I pay 50%)

> So enough with the smoke and mirrors:

You're being unkind to yourself.

> speak clearly and coherently

Already did.

> and state the exact reason why we are wrong?

Just how many of you are there between those ears.

THERE IS NO HOURLY WAGE BELOW WHICH YOU QUALIFY FOR MAP.

BURGER FLIPPERS DO NOT HAVE A FAMILY INCOME THAT IS
BELOW 100% OF THE FEDERAL POVERTY INDEX GUIDELINES.

<reams of your puerile attempts at insults any 2 year old could leave for dead flushed where they belong>


From: Rod Speed on
Jerry Sauk wrote:
> "Larry" <LarryG2(a)A1gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:qq2dnSlvIJmasZHRnZ2dnUVZ_jOdnZ2d(a)giganews.com...
>> Jerry Sauk wrote:
>>>>
>>>> YOU are the common problem in regard to your work history, Jerry.
>>>>
>>> Wrong. the common problem is that other people, either co-workers,
>>> and sometiems managers, are either idiots or prejudiced against
>>> certain common issue's that many people have.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> Sure, Jerry, who else would you blame? It's always the "other
>> people". Now your adding some BS prejudice into the mix?
>
> I have suffered discrimination at the work place many times becouse
> of my weight. That's a prejudiced. There was MANY instance's where
> I should have been given an easier job to do bercouse of weight
> issue's but I wasn't, but women were given the easier jobs to do such
> as running the check-outs. That's discrimination,

Like hell it is. Its a FAILURE to discriminate, fool.

> and it's illegal.

Like hell it is.