10 Feb 2015

This Teen Says She Got Fired From Her Job Over A Tweet Before She’d Even Started

So here’s Twitter user Cellla_.

So here's Twitter user Cellla_.
She was apparently about to start a job she doesn’t want to do – working at a pizzeria.




49 comments:

  1. With her lack of common sense and his inability to ignore dumb ass comments on social media I can just imagine how well this job would work out for both of them, lol.

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  2. Courtesy of Jewmerika

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  3. Never twitter the hand that feeds you...sound familiar?

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  4. I would have fired the little shit too if I was the owner and saw the tweet..Kids today are so stinking lazy and want everything handed to them on a silver platter.

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  5. Why did she take the job in the first place if she felt that strongly against it?

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  6. You are free to say whatever you want. The second but mostly unknown portion of Free Speech is that you also get the consequences of doing so. Whether it's getting fired, or punched in the mouth, etc.

    Just because you can say something, doesn't mean you should. In this case it appears she was trying to be cool to her friends, but never thought about the possible affects of being someone who was so unappreciative of having that opportunity.

    And it was an opportunity. Hopefully she's learned from it.

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  7. It is probably best to not bite the hand that feeds you.
    knowing how she considered her new job, (" this fuck ass job"), I would assume she was going to be a problem and a terrible employee, and I would have fired her as well.

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  8. Looks like she dodged a bullet. Guy must be a real jack__ to work for.

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  9. That makes no sense. Why would the business owner trying to give an ungrateful punk kid a job be the jack___? He contributes to his neighborhood and his family. This loser broad takes up space and air. You'll learn the difference when you grow into an adult.

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  10. Well said. She can say whatever she wants and i can hire or fire whomever i want. What a great country!

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  11. Without speech free from consequence we will have no democracy.

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  12. Speak I agree with protecting but sometimes consequence is called for, then we get into responsibility and we do not need to be free from that.

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  13. America is supposed to be a philosophical bastion of freedom like the peak of ancient Greek civilization was for a short period.

    America is supposed to be different.

    America is supposed to support individual rights above those of the majority.

    America is supposed to honor freedom no matter what people think.

    If people take action upon speech and that action is criminal then they should be punished for their crimes but NEVER ever for their speech. Your mindset is contributing to the police state that is tearing this country apart.

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  14. David, this country is a REPUBLIC, not a Democracy. The fact that most do not know this is proof that this nation is doomed, having been successfully brainwashed over generations, so that people believe that false = true, and truth = false. This is one of the planks of Communism. The USA has been taken over. It's pretty much just a formality at this point.

    Democracy is a horrible system, where the majority terrorize and steal from the minority. In a Republic, the minority has rights which cannot be voted away. In a Democracy they can and are, especially once the majority figure out they can vote themselves money and benefits, stolen (under the guise of "patriotism") from the minority.

    Regarding your "If people take action upon speech and that action is criminal then they should be punished for their crimes but NEVER ever for their speech." below, I'd like to point out that much of what people think of you, your CHARACTER, is formed from the things you say to those around you. People quickly learn if you are full of shit, all mouth and no action, or humble, being quiet but carrying a big ass stick!


    A perfect example is politicians; don't spend a second on what they say, WATCH WHAT THEY DO. People's actions will show their true colors. Lip Service is easy to come by.


    I hope this young girl learns from this episode in her life and can grow from it. If I was the guy who hired her, I would have done the same thing. I WANT my employees to want to work for me. If they don't want to be there I don't want them either, because they are wasting my money and time. If they want to be there, I will do what I can to make them happy and productive.


    Too many folks nowadays think that everyone owes them something. They have to learn the hard way, hopefully before they are 40yo.

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  15. NBC should contact "Cella_." She demonstrates the kind of truth telling we need more of in this country. Maybe there are good reasons why she was not enthusiastic about her new pizza job.

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  16. Everyone owes me something, the right to pursue happiness as stated in the Constitution of the United States and that right includes a fair and equal access to credit and capital created in my name by a bank I own; The Federal Reserve.

    "I say the Fed is independent, by this I mean independent within the Federal Government but not independent OF the Federal Government for we are part of it." -Chairman of the
    Federal Reserve, William Martin

    Documentary quote from Netflix documentary, "Money For Nothing."

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  17. Courtesy of Jewmerika

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  18. Every husband who has ever been asked, "Does this make me look fat?" knows there are consequences to saying what we think. Grow up.

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  19. You remind me of the PETA people who throw paint on women wearing furs, but somehow fail to get to Sturgis once a year for a real challenge.

    If its your right to such things, why do you not fight for them instead of expecting them to be handed to you?

    Seems to me the only thing you're concerned about is your "right" to insult people without retaliation. Tell you what; go to Memphis in the projects, start screaming "You n*****s need to go back where you came from!" and see how far your "I have Freedom of Speech!" gets you. Let me know when you plan on this, I'd like to send flowers to the funeral.

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  20. I've been an employer in the past; her statement wouldn't have gotten a pass from me either. An employer expects to promote and sell his products or services; you can find people all across America who ceased to give patronage to businesses based upon their treatment by employees, her statement makes her a poor risk. Its not as if there aren't dozens or hundreds more looking for ANY work at all.

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  21. you have a right to PERSUE happiness, not to have it.

    And you are changing the subject if you hadn't noticed.

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  22. You appear to be the only person insulting anyone here.

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  23. Go live in Russia communist.

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  24. The only part of the FED you are a part of is the taxes part. The FED is a Rothschild/Rockefeller bank and the IRS is their private collection agency.

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  25. Tell you what: Google "Ten Planks of the Communist Party" by Karl Marx. If you can name one that hasn't been adopted by the US Government, I might consider it.

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  26. "I say the Fed is independent, by this I mean independent within the
    Federal Government but not independent OF the Federal Government for we are part of it." -Chairman of the Federal Reserve, William Martin

    Documentary quote from Netflix documentary, "Money For Nothing."

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  27. States the person who called me a Communist; how's that communist manifesto research coming, Comrade? Still think you need to go to Russia to enjoy the wonders of communism?

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  28. Wages and incomes and wealth for the majority of Americans are going down in your fantasy capitalism-world...you support fascism in America as the alternative to socialism then you berate people with opposing opinions to your own.

    You have psychological problems in addition to your philosophical errors.

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  29. I stepped out of the fantasy capitalism world in 1979, same year I stopped volunteering to hand my money to the Fed. Knowing that politicians are thieves at heart, I paid off my home and vehicle and removed them from commercial process into the catagory of private property. I lived for 9 years in National Forests because its public property and I'm part of the public and because when you're deep in the mountains enforcement rangers aren't as froggy as in public campgrounds, especially when you're armed.

    You see, I stopped "supporting" fascism in America back when you didn't know it was a problem. If you can't take heat over a statement like "Everyone owes me something,", then YOU'RE the one with psych problems.Cause I don't owe you crap, even this answer is a free gift. Enjoy!

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  30. Well, common sense would dictate that if you are looking for a job and get one, don't bad mouth it publicly. lol.

    What you post public it's for anyone to see, even potential employers. That is reality in today's work force, they do look at social media as part of their filtering process for picking/hiring potential candidates.

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  31. In today's job market, potential employers do look at social media. It may not be a reality people like, nonetheless if is very present and does play a part in today's job market. Want to get hired? Don't bad mouth past or current employers on the web publicly or do something you don't want a potential employer to see.

    Common sense. She could have easily avoided this happening, if she just posted to her friends. Sounds like was not aware this could effect her getting a job. Now she knows, lesson learned.....hopefully.

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  32. Freedom is an illusion in this country. Your vote doesn't count, corruption runs deep within our govt and has for decades. Let go of the illusion.

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  33. Agreed, though I am not disillusioned to the point of giving up.

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  34. Oh i'm not giving up by a long shot, but i believe other systems can be put in their place, that respect life, environment and human rights. =)

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  35. Your personal opinion of a person based on internet posts by them is in your mind. It is not their mind but in fact your view of what their worldview appears to be. By holding everyone to every single thing they say we will end up with an unproductive nation where anyone with leadership characteristics or just strong opinions is barred from participating therefore these people will leave America and it will be left with nothing of any caliber.

    People say what's on their mind because they truly believe in the freedoms granted them as Americans, to create a system that punishes them for being so is to destroy all that is freedom in America.

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  36. I resent the reality that potential employers even do this - just so you know. What i post in a public forum, should not hinge on me getting a job. Nonetheless, it does exist and in my opinion, it's another way to weed out the dissenters and free thinkers. lol. Something i abhor as well.

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  37. My nation owes me the promised liberty and freedom as well as the economic opportunities expressed in the bills passed by my Congress during my lifetime as well as everything done up until this date.

    I never said you fucking owe me anything, you said it just now, and your problem, your willingness to run away from your nation, is the problem of today's generation; you are not willing to do or say anything against those actions which impel your freedom or destroy your opportunity for economic advancement. You are a coward.

    America owes me a future. It owes me a job. It owes a life of freedom from tyranny. It owes me plenty. My great-great-grandfather fought in the Civil War, my great-great-uncle did as well, my great grandfather fought in WWW1, my grandfather, uncle, great-uncle, two second cousins all fought in WW2, my uncle fought in Vietnam, my cousin is a member of special forces and fought in both Iraq and Afghanistan, my family has paid in blood for these freedoms and I intend to collect what is due.

    The Founding Fathers guaranteed me these things.

    Congress passes bills representing new freedoms that I should be enjoying.

    Just because our nation is corrupt does mean it is worth throwing away after so much has been given to get where we are today.

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  38. Giant corporations who concentrate all the wealth of the nation are not the answer as incomes clearly show the vast majority of Americans are becoming poorer from this.

    Corporations are destroying democracy in America.

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  39. Recycling is an area locally that all State governments should be the sole leaders in. We should not be shipping trash to Africa to be burned or buried or recycled. Any recycling another country can do we should be doing here and providing jobs for those left behind who are simply not capable of working in the computer world.

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  40. First off, the "Everyone owes me something," was what you said to Business Owner (first sentence) in your second response to him up message from here.., you know.., the beginning of this little back and forth.

    You started with the premise that "Free Speech" means you can say whatever you want without consequences or it doesn't exist. What I heard was the petulant cry of a child imdignant over the taste of soap in his mouth cause grandma won't abide a potty mouth.

    My methods of opposing a corrupt regime aren't the same as yours; you don't care for that? I invite you to commit a biological impossibility upon yourself..., with sand. I saw a lot of mention of OTHERS of your family who served and "paid the price", but nothing about you. Well just because jackals follow lions, doesn't mean their part of the pride. They're just scavengers; not bad enough to do it on their own, but willing to fight for scraps left behind.

    You have your ways, I have mine. Get over yourself.

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  41. You method is to run away instead of engaging which is the only way to correct the ills of a philosophical political system.

    A, "Philosophical Political System," meaning an opinion that is broad-based but not such as one that is set in stone. Any philosophical system can evolve.

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  42. If you can figure out "my method" from the 5% of what you actually know about me, then you should be on the Psychic Hotline making real money! lol

    Don't care; I'm not here to educate you as to what I'm doing. As a matter of fact, if your description is what people think that's just fine with me. I don't worry about people who see what they're supposed to.

    Good luck with your thing there.., I hope it prospers.

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  43. Yes, you are infallible, perfect, the smartest man ever, the highest I.Q. and most successful that explains why you are here, on a Friday night, posting on message boards claiming that everyone else is wrong in their philosophy and understanding of the world they live in.

    Even though the article was about free speech.

    Something you seem to prefer not to exist.

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  44. "The whole educational and professional training system is a very elaborate filter, which just weeds out people who are too independent, and who think for themselves, and who don't know how to be submissive, and so on - because their dysfunctional to the institutions." ~Noam Chomsky

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  45. I see....you quote the master when in fact you had something to say?

    Perhaps...it is I who am waiting to hear from the new master?

    Perhaps there is more to you than meets the message board...

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  46. I am certainly no guru, just someone who wishes to find solutions. I went thru an awakening 14 years ago, and it was a rough ride. In my opinion, its about shedding untruths, letting go of preconceived notions of our govt, military, corporations as well our own abilities. I think the masses are being manipulated by the media, with fear and distraction.

    I don't believe we need to be governed, nor do i think anyone can fall under a label. Each of us has our own individual footprint in this world, everyone needs to find their truth - what resonates for them.

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  47. ...run into the sway little mammal...run into the wind.....Oh, so is Grateful, he that is Omartes, he that was Perseus...he that shall see that which was and will be again; Aeneas.

    True, yet, true again....what was once shall be again. We, for they, for them, for thus, for this and still...that which is ours to be; thankfully.

    Thankfully...

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  48. Apparently you've confused me with Obama's propaganda ministries; I can "on a Friday night" post on message boards because, at just shy of 60, I'm retired. Now for people that have trouble with the concept, it means that, through my own efferts and without needing government assistence, I have EARNED enough to pay my way in life. That's why my home and vehicle are bought and paid for; how about yours? Do YOU actually support yourself? Or just count on what's "owed" you.

    I have no problem with free speech; I DO have a problem with people who think "free speech" means they can scream "fire" in a crowded theatre without consequences. On the otherhand, I can see why people, like yourself, are bothered by libel and slander laws; it cramps their style.

    Good luck with that..........

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  49. "Any philosophical system can evolve." True; but the people supporting same need to evolve as well.

    Tell you what, if you send a photo to the people at http://www.churchdwight.com I'm sure they'd send you a case of Men's Nair to help with the physical look. However, the tendency towards grabbing Bright & Shiny objects and running off with them will require personal diligence.



    Respect, Bro. Most monkeys wouldn't bother, but I figure you're at least as bright as Koko to use a keyboard. Good on you.........

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