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    This isn't gender discrimination?

    Why? Because you're not discriminating between a man and a woman, just between a hot woman and a butt ugly one?

    I love the line about the pastor agreeing that it was the right move. Some man of God to not give a crap that this women lost her means of supporting herself.

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/12/22...t%3Dlatestnews
    Sometimes I think life is just a rodeo,
    The trick is to ride and make it to the bell.
    But there is a place, sweet as you will ever know,
    In music and love, and things you never tell.
    You see it in their face, secrets on the telephone,
    A time out of time, for you and no one else

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    I have often experienced that same situation. I was always considered hot by the females in my office, and I just worked around it. It was a gift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retired View Post
    I have often experienced that same situation. I was always considered hot by the females in my office, and I just worked around it. It was a gift.
    Yeah, 1042 has the same problem I hear.
    Sometimes I think life is just a rodeo,
    The trick is to ride and make it to the bell.
    But there is a place, sweet as you will ever know,
    In music and love, and things you never tell.
    You see it in their face, secrets on the telephone,
    A time out of time, for you and no one else

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    The site won't load right now but I saw a report this morning that was upheld by a state judge. If that's the one I agree with the judge. When you start making the payroll you should have a say in who stays or goes. If you want the government to take over the private sector then I'd agree that it's the state's decision to make.

    My guess is that wifey put her foot down and hubby decided to cut his losses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ex Army MP View Post
    Yeah, 1042 has the same problem I hear.
    Yes he does, but his problem was with the male officers.
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