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Hi, everybody. My name is Sid, and I’m an addict. It took me a long time to accept that. But when you take a job in a casino just so that you can be there all the time and try to gain an edge, you’re an addict. It’s obvious even to me. More so to my family and friends, who I barely see anymore. It’s not pills or coke, booze or heroin that I’m hooked on. I’m addicted to gambling. The casino that made me so obsessed is not an ordinary one, though. It’s far from ordinary. You don’t play for money at Fantasy Casino. You play for your dreams. I hear you laughing. But have you ever had a really, really great dream? One that got so good you snapped awake the second it started to get really excellent? Well, imagine that times a thousand. Times a million. A dream so real and so perfect that all of your fantasies become reality. Time stretches out. You feel like you are there forever. A lifetime passes before your return. Infinite wealth, the ability to fly like superman, you’re surrounded by sex and beautiful people all day as you relax in a palace built to your mind’s most exacting specifications of perfection. But then you wake up, and in an instant it is gone. The power, the wealth, the endless sex and supernatural powers. Everything is suddenly NORMAL again. And so you go back to the casino. I went back to the casino. But the problem with gambling is that you don’t always win. And when you lose, suddenly the winnings are gone as well, vanished without a trace. All I knew was that I had to have that feeling again. So I went inside the giant building and then followed the secret signs which led to a door that led to a staircase going downwards. I went down the stairs and knocked on the door marked “Private” and waited for an answer. “Password.” The voice on the other side of the black door waited for my response. “Seramth Gin.” I said the unnatural words carefully and deliberately, still not knowing their meaning. A friend had told me the password, a fellow gambler who I would later find dead in his apartment. His corpse white, bloated, and maggot-infested. His eyes were black and filled with blood which streamed from his eye sockets like tears. He had bit his tongue clean off and his fingernails were found lodged in various surfaces throughout his apartment. Like he had been trying to claw his way out of a steel box that only he could see. But I’m getting ahead of myself. That was later. At this point I was still hopeful for another wonderful dream. Still thankful for his advice to seek out the place. The door opened and I walked inside. It was the same as it had been the day before, only less busy at this time – still early afternoon. I approached the table I had been sitting at the night before. Poker – Texas Hold ‘em: Ten dream limit – the sign read. The rules were simple. You got a stack of chips. If you doubled them, you received a dream. If you lost them, you lost a dream. I wasn’t concerned about losing dreams yet, I still didn’t understand exactly what that meant. When I lost my first stack of chips, I quickly bought in again. And again. And again. Pretty soon I realized I had lost eight dreams with no winnings whatsoever. I was in a slump. A losing streak. I decided to go home and count my losses. Literally, since I had no idea what that even meant. As I got up to leave the table, the dealer looked at me. His eyes were remorseless and cold. “See the cashier on your way out,” he said, handing me eight black chips. I gulped and walked over to the glass window where the cashier sat waiting. Handing him the eight chips, he raised his eyebrows and clicked his tongue. “That’s a shame. Hold out your hand please.” Two men in black suits came up behind me suddenly and stood on either side of me, intimidating in their stature and demeanour. I did as he asked and held out my hand with the palm facing up. The cashier pulled out a strange-looking device from beneath the counter. It had a vial of vermillion-coloured liquid at the top that was attached to the rest of it which resembled a gun with a hypodermic needle at the end. I screamed and tried to pull away, but the two men grabbed me and held my arm through the window. Thrashing and elbowing them, I tried to get away but it was useless. The cashier injected the stuff into my veins quickly and it felt cold and slimy going through my system. I could feel it suddenly in my heart, turning it cold and then up into my mind and my lungs and all extremities causing me to shake and violently seize. I writhed on the floor, blood pouring from my ears and my eyes. Finally the feeling settled down into a numbness that prickled the insides of my blood vessels. It wasn’t until later, once I realized what the casino really was, that I found out what they had done. I went home with the certainty that they had injected me with something. If winning had resulted in the greatest dream I had ever had – essentially an almost never-ending fantasy – what would happen after a loss? Nightmares. That was what it would be. I was sure of it. I settled into bed that night and closed my eyes, drifting off to sleep quickly after such an emotionally exhausting afternoon. As soon as my eyes closed, they opened again and it was morning. It felt as if I had not slept at all. My mind was fuzzy and it was difficult to focus. My eyes wanted to close again but my alarm was telling me that it was time to get up for work, so I hit the “dismiss” button and hopped in the shower. I threw on my clothes and went out the door. At work I noticed a few people looking at me strangely, but I didn’t realize until someone pointed it out to me that my shirt was on inside-out. At this point I was still working in an office doing commodities trading and such lapses were frowned upon. If you couldn’t focus enough to put your shirt on properly in the morning, how could you focus enough to get the work done in such a demanding environment? Millions of dollars changing hands with each transaction meant that such trivial things were put under a magnifying glass and coupled with other subsequent mistakes each following day after that, I found myself in the boss’s office by the end of the week being handed my walking papers. Desperate for rest after days of not feeling any benefit from sleep, I went back to the casino. They knew just by looking at me how to dig their claws in further. After a couple hours I had managed to win myself a dream. They handed me the complimentary cocktail as they had the time before. I hadn’t realized the significance of it and still didn’t, despite the unusual vermillion colour of the drink. I swallowed it in one gulp and went out the door practically dancing and clicking my heels, ready to go home and feel rested again. My dream that night was wonderful. Everything I had hoped for in many ways. But not as good as the first time. I wanted that feeling back again. Knowing that it was a dream the whole time and realizing that it was going to end seemed to shorten the fantasy, made it seem hollow and manufactured. If I could win again maybe it would be like that first time, I thought. The casino drew me in again and again. I found myself a zombie most days, exhausted, at my wit’s end. Ready to call it quits for good and say goodbye. But then I would win again and it would all seem to be alright for a while. My debt kept growing and growing with nearly every trip. The hypodermic needle would be plunged into my skin and every time they had to hold me down. Every time I would feel a little more empty. A little more hollow. Waking up every day began to feel the same. Nothing had definition or purpose. “You’re here all the time,” one of the goons whispered to me as they shot the needle into my vein the time after that. “Haven’t you figured it out yet? You should just get a job here and then at least you’ll be in on the secret.” I applied the next day and got an interview with the boss. I would find out later that if you got someone to apply there you got a one dream bonus. In his office, the well-dressed man was sitting behind a massive polished ebony desk. The room was adorned with paintings, sculptures, and other high-priced artwork. He had photos everywhere of himself shaking hands with world leaders, new and old, for hundreds of years. His face never changed. Never aged. “So, you want to work with us? Tired of dreamless nights without end? You want to have some relief, is that it?” “Yes. Please. Anything. I’ve been coming here for so long and it’s an endless cycle. I want back what I’ve lost but I keep finding myself more and more in debt with each visit.” “Ah, so do you understand it now, then? What the ‘injections’ are?” It finally dawned on me, sitting there. Not injections at all. They weren’t putting something in us. They were taking something out. The vermillion-coloured liquid in the vials – our dreams. “If I take a job with you, will the same rules apply? Will they still take my sleep, my rest, every time I lose?” “Yes. We can’t have the employees living by different rules than everyone else. But we will give you an alternative injection, so that you feel well-rested when you come in for your shift.” “I’ll do it. I need to rest. I need to get some meaningful sleep. My life has been miserable ever since coming here.” “Well, I can’t promise that this will help,” he said, getting up from his desk with a hypodermic gun in his hand. The vial of fluid sitting atop this one was jet-black and looked evil and poisonous. He rolled up his sleeves as he primed it and I watched a few beads of it drip oil-like out of the tip of the needle. “What the hell is that!? I don’t want that stuff in me!” “But you need to sleep, my dear worker. I can’t have you passing out at the blackjack table like a narcoleptic! You agreed to this, after all. You wanted to rest, and the only way for that to happen is for you to have SOME sort of dream. Not everyone is as lucky as you, you know. To have that wonderful vermillion fluid in your veins. Some people come to us begging to take it from them. Some of our employees for example, the ones who do the recruitment for us, are full of this black stuff.” “What?” I had gotten up from the chair and was backing away from him towards the door. But I found it was locked as he approached. “First you have to tell me the password, Sid.” “Seramth Gin.” I said the words that I had said every time to gain access to the casino, only this time I pictured the letters and rearranged them in my mind. “Nightmares.” He smiled as he injected me with the vial of black hate, and it went into my veins feeling hot and unpleasant. I began to sweat and the beads of it turned cold on my skin as I shivered. I’ll sleep tonight. I might even wake up feeling rested. But as long as I live and work at that casino, I’ll be afraid to dream again. Because now my unconscious hours are occupied by the most terrifying experiences imaginable. Nightmares beyond imagining in their awfulness. That is my fate. Unless… Just maybe, I can win one more time. JG TCC
First post...be kind! This happened way back in the dark ages, 1986. I was 21 at the time and working for a gas station that was associated with a certain grocery store chain in Washington state. It was owned by a company not affiliated with said chain, but had locations at nearly every one. As this was long before the days of debit cards, this was a cash only gas station. We didn’t even take credit cards. Customers would pull up, pump their gas and then come to my window to pay. We also sold cigarettes. No drinks, no snacks...customers couldn’t even get into my booth. I had been working there about a year when the company announced it was closing the location. My manager and I were offered positions at another location upstate and we both accepted. We moved our respective families and started our new jobs. As new hires (ugh). This station was incredible busy. We did more business in 8 hrs than my old location would do in a week. This location also had a different set up: here you would pull into the station from a single entrance, pump your gas, and then drive forward to a single exit where the “Pay Here” booth was located. There were always 2 cashiers on duty. Each cashier had a cash drawer. One thing I should note, there were also no computers. So closing the drawer down between shifts was timing consuming and tedious. We had to manually count the cigarettes remaining, and count the cash drawers. We would fill out an end of shift report listing the starting balances and the ending balances. We also had to list the gallons sold from each pump. At the end of the shift the total of gallons sold and the total cigarettes sold should equal the cash balance. It is important to note here that not once in the year I had worked for the previous location had I been off by more than 10 cents. The following morning after my first shift I was informed by the manager that I was short $50. Impossible I said, I balanced out yesterday. He said that I must have stolen that money after I had completed the paperwork. I just looked at him and said, no I didn’t. He gave me a verbal warning and said if it happened again I would be fired and the stolen money would be deducted from my paycheck this week. In the 5 days that followed I realized quickly the manager was up to something. My old manager who was just another worker now, was also accused of stealing. As was one other new employee. I can’t vouch for the other employee but I’m pretty sure she did nothing wrong. The employees that had been there awhile were never accused of anything. I did some checking and found out this manager was relatively new (had only been there about 6 months) and the other cashiers had been here before him. Only new cashiers were being accused of stealing. And that location had been having “stealing problems” for about 6 months and the turnover was high with the new employees. I came to work at 6am on a Monday only to be told I was being fired. For cause. The manager accused me of taking $500 out of my drawer the previous Friday. He said he only discovered it this morning (even though he had worked Sat and Sun). I said ok and left. I was pretty angry and instead of going home, I parked in the grocery store parking lot and proceed to settle in to watch the gas station. I knew that at 9am sharp, he would take the cash in the safe and make the weekend deposit. At 9am he left the gas station and headed to the bank. But instead of walking into the bank, he walked into the Indian “casino” next door. It’s not really a casino like we think of today, but more of a betting parlor for the races. It did have slot machines, but no card tables. I think “Well, this is interesting”. He comes out of the casino at exactly 10 am, walks next door to the bank, does his business and then heads back to the gas station. I head home with a plan. Every morning I follow him from the gas station to the casino. I take a picture of him leaving, and one of him arriving at the bank and walking into the casino. I take pictures of him coming out and then heading to the bank. I do this for 5 days straight. He even went on Saturday. On day 3 my old manager was fired for “stealing” $150. I get the film developed (no digital camera in the dark ages) note the times and dates on the back of each one. Then I call the main office of the gas company. It’s after 5 but I’m hoping someone is there. And there is. I speak to a woman and explain my situation and she says she knows exactly who I should speak to and transfers me. By some grace of God, she has transferred me to none other than the President/CEO of the company! I tell him my story and tell him I did NOT steal from his company and could prove who actually did. He took down my information and said he would be in touch. I’m thinking to myself “yeah right”. The next morning I went to the station to perform my usual observation of the manager. At 9am he leaves for the “bank”. At 10 am he comes out. At that moment 2 stern looking gentlemen approach him. One pulls out his wallet and shows him something. The other one is talking. The manager goes pale and takes a step back. Next thing I know he is being escorted to a car I hadn’t noticed and they drive off. I lose them at a traffic signal so I head back to the station. They all show back up about 5 min later, and a few minutes after that a police cruiser pulls in. The officer talks to the stern gentleman and proceeds to place the manager in handcuffs. The other man says nothing but is glaring daggers at the manager. The President called me later that after noon and informed me that the manager had been arrested for embezzlement (turns out that in 6 months he had managed to steal about $5k). He would take the store cash into the casino and gamble with it; if he won, he would make the normal bank deposit. If he lost, he would make the deposit and note in his records that we had been short the previous day. The CEO had already been focusing on that location because of the stealing and high turnover rate, but my information helped them figure out what exactly had been going on. I was thanked and sent a substantial check as a reward. My old manager was offered the manager’s job and I was offered my old job back. I declined as I had already found another job that I liked more and paid better. The gambling manager was sentenced to 1 year in jail and ordered to attend counseling for his gambling addiction. His wife divorced him and took their 3 children to California. His house was foreclosed on and he ended up in a homeless shelter. Don’t accuse me of stealing. I will get revenge. ** UPDATE** Thank you for the likes and awards! Update 2: this was my first post and I really didn’t expect all the awards. Thank you!
I worked at a tattoo shop in Arizona, across the river from Laughlin NV. It was February and people were spending tax returns on tattoos, I don't remember the exact day but it was crazy busy. I got stuck with a family and tattooed until about 3am. They were generous, after all said and done I had $2000+ dollars. My wife had been waiting all night for me so in a spur of the moment decision we decided to go across the river to the casinos and spend money! I don't gamble, don't really drink and just never been interested in that stuff, but that night it sounded fun. As soon as we got out of the car at the first casino is when I noticed things were odd. The valet runs up to me and looks kinda confused why I'm in my car... like he even looked at my car and made a joke about "oh, this way you can probably just drive around". I was even more confused, I told him I would park my own car and did so. As we walked into the casino people were looking at me, like backing up and making room for me to walk by and nodding at me and just acting weird. My wife was like "WTF man? Why is everyone treating you like this?" At first I wrote it off to people just being nice and doing their jobs and whatnot. But it kept getting weirder... people kept staring at me and holding doors. My wife is asking me if I have some secret life or something?? It didn't register at the time, but one of the bartenders said "it's strange to see you here this time of day". It was like 4am, I thought it was small talk. For hours I gambled roulette and kept winning, I never played roulette in my life. All night/morning people kept staring at me, looking away when I locked eyes. I even like walked up to some dude that was looking at me and said "what's up?" And he was like " oh hey bro I just noticed you I'm sorry"...I was shocked, this guy was legit nervous to be talking to me. I'm not famous, or a gangster, or nothing. We thought maybe because I tattooed a lot of people, but I usually recognize clients and they always treat me like a friend. I saw this weird old slot machine that only gave away silver dollars, but it only took silver dollars. I was excited, so I went to find where I could get silver dollars to put in the machine and the cashier was like " wha?" I told her it was for the machine and she was adamant that there is no machine like that...I went back to find it and couldn't. It was gone... people started bumping into me and when I looked at them nobody cares anymore. I think I was the doppleganger, there were more little experiences but in a nutshell that's it. It seemed to end also when I noticed the daylight...I don't know...I've been thinking about it for a long time and it still bothers me. I don't look like anyone famous or infamous, I actually have a piercing through the bridge of my nose that makes me fairly unique and would be hard to get confused with someone else. Is this considered a glitch? Like I said there's more to it, I'm not sure if I'm the right place but I'll answer any questions I can. Thanks for your time.
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I'm trying to find ideas which jobs to apply to, I'm very shy and super depressed from the death -want ideas on job s that won't affect my mental health, even more, should I apply to-with no cashiering never had a real job jobs- I have considered - hospital housekeeper- JCPenny order fulfillment casino slot cleaner- stocker- any bad things about that
Entitled guests yells at security for guarding money and not stopping to answer questions
So I am working as a security officer at a local casino while looking for work in my preferred field of I.T. and boy do I have some entitled stories from work. Today when I get to work our shift goes into a briefing like we do everyday and we get our assignments for the day. Today must have been my lucky day as I got one of the best assignments I get to roam around all day and respond to the cage needing access to the ticket redemption machines. If I'm not helping the cage I roam unless I am given a task from control. We get our assignments and we hit the floor. Almost as soon as we hit the floor a task goes out to another officer to do an escort from one of the bars to the cage to turn in the cash from their register. I happened to be closer to that bar and I called the officer dispatched on my radio and told them to stand down I will pick up that escort, control copied and I head to the bar. Once I get to the bar I call surveillance on the radio and tell them I'm doing as escort from the bar to the cage, survalance copies and they are now watching us as we travel through the casino. The location of this bar is in the farthest place in the casino from the cage so we have a decent walk. Now as a security escort once we call surveillance we cannot stop as we are guarding the currency our cashier is carrying, also since we are guarding the currency we have the authority to tell not ask people to move out of the way so we can get through (we rarely ever do such unless a walkway is crowded). So on an escort you walk at a brisk pace 45 degrees off to the side of the cashier that has the money and maybe a half step behind them. If anyone gets in the way we don't stop we will walk a different way or force our way through if absolutely necessary to protect the money and cashier. I hope you get the picture we don't stop once we begin moving for ANY reason. So we are walking and about halfway there when a man sitting at a slot machine yells at the cashier asking her what the name of the coffee shop right behind us is and she didn't realise he was talking to her and she ignores him. I turn my head to answer his question while still walking by. The man then screams WILL YOU ACKNOWLEDGE ME!!!! and as I said before we don't stop for any reason. We continue to the cage and we say a few words about how rude he was and we reach the cage. I then call control and let them know I am clear of the escort. I begin to walk back to the man and I approach him and say. Op=me Ej=entitled jerk OP: I'm sorry sir I wanted to apologize for us not stopping as were unable to stop once we being doing an escort. Ej: (cuts me off) you can't tell me that being rude and ignoring a guest is ok with the casino!? Op: no sir it is not but per casino policy once security begins an escort we cannot stop. Ej: (cuts me off again) I was a cop in big city 20 miles away for 25 years and never did I ever treat a citizen like you treated me! Op: again sir I'm trying to apologize to you and explain why we couldn't stop and answer your initial question. Ej: (cuts me off again) you can't tell me that being on a mission is more important than a guest!! Op: (staying calm but getting frustrated) sir I'm sorry that you feel this way but I was guarding money and I can't stop. Ej: tell me what casinos in our state have been robbed in the last 5 years? Op: well the casino 5 miles down the road was just last year another reason we don't stop for any reason. Ej: that's just a bingo hall it's not a casino!! OP: sir that is a casino they have slots and bingo regardless if you want to acknowledge that my orders don't change and neither does policy. Ej: show me the policy that says you can be rude to a guest and not talk to them! Op: I'm really sorry we can't come to an agreement on this but if you would like to file a complaint you can at the security desk right behind us, also it appears my supervisors are right there as well, here is my name and badge number if you need it. Ej: why bother I have done that already and nothing came of it! OP: well I'm sorry we can't agree. Ej: well we can agree to disagree. Op: sure. Have a good evening and best of luck. And I walk away. One of me leads was watching the whole encounter and observing how I dealt with the situation and approached me and asked if everything was alright afterwards. I said yea and quickly ran to my locker to put away some gloves I wasn't needing and returned to the gaming floor. I went to look for my lead and explain what had happened. Little did I know Ej went to complain about stubbing his toe!?!?! And employees being rude. My lead started laughing when I explained what actually happened and said were all good. More to the story. So after the cashier and I blew by EJ another guard heard him get upset and tried to answer his question but he just yelled at the other guard. Also less than 10 feet from where EJ was sitting were 2 other guards who could have answered his question if he had asked and even better yet less than 30 feet away was the coffee shop he wanted to know the name of. While I have come to like my job I encounter a lot of entitled people and this one was one of my favorites. Yes I know you are holding a lot of money but stop and answer my question...hey talk to me...hey!!!! Yea no sorry not how it works buddy. Side note. If we had stopped we could have been written up or fired on the spot for not following cash handling procedure and casino policy. Just incase anyone is on EJs side. Another side note. 99% of casino guests know when security is doing something and to give them space as we are only focused on our task and we ask people to watch out for us politely unless they don't move then we tell them to move and the only times we do this is when moving money to or from point a to point b or urgently responding to an incident. 99% of the time you see security we are just making a presence and not on a task. I am by nature a kind person I dont like being rude and is the reason I went back to talk to the EJ to try to clarify. I also know my job well enough to know that I wouldn't be in any trouble for not stopping to answer his question no matter how pissed off he was at us.
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Hello all, I am looking for a person (people) to play videogames with . In particular Stardew Valley or Borderlands 2 (yes, 2, I know I'm late to the party, but I started with 3 last year, and I am kind of working my way backwards.) That said, I am pretty open to other co-op games if you have some in mind. I'm pretty flexible when it comes to gameplay style. I tend toward support/healer or brawler. I don't know what else to say when it comes to gaming. Questions are encouraged. As for me personally, I generally consider myself well traveled. Since 2004, I've traveled to 38 countries and have lived abroad for 8.5 years. So far, in my experience, best food: Malaysia, best architecture: Turkey, best nature: Iceland, best people: China. I've worked a variety of jobs in my life, everything from janitor, physics teacher, casino cashier, import/export consultant, infantrymen etc. In general, I very much believe variety is the spice of life. I very much enjoy meeting new people. Love to hear new stories and tell a few of my own. I just sold my company so I have some free time on my hands while I figure out what I want to do next. Probably something with computer coding, haven't done something like that yet. I'd like to spend some of that time catching up on video games I have been meaning to play. That's where, hopefully, you dear reader, come in. Talk to you soon, -M
This happened all last night and I honestly can’t even tell you what I was thinking. I’m a cashier and so at the end of the day my register is counted and that’s when my manger told me that it was $212 short. I remember partially what happened and all I can say is that I was finessed. She was an older white lady and she had given me a $100. Then that’s when she asks me if I could do change. I said sure (even though we’re not supposed to I didn’t think of it until we were closed) She kept going back and forth with money and I just was doing everything she said, I was literally handing her my register at that point. And after the fact I spent no time thinking about it after and I moved onto the next customer. She said things like “yeah me and my husband are going to the casino” and extra things like that. I feel extremely stupid and I don’t even know how I could’ve let it happen. I’m heading to work right now, the day after and I guess we’ll see what happens. I’ll keep updated, but the only thing keeping me going is the fact that there are probably other people who fucked up a job way worse than this in the world. My heart? Racing. Who knows if I have a job today. TL;DR I was smooth talked into giving a woman $212 at work without realizing UPDATE: I worked today with no problems they searched and watched the cameras and couldn’t find anything at first. Then after closing I went ahead and looked at the video with my manager and we were able to point her out. SO far all I know is that I’ll still have my job, and this whole thing will be reported to everyone above. They’ll most likely let other store locations know just in case they choose to scam another one of our stores.
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I was recently charged with trespassing a MS casino property because I thought my self-ban was over and went to the cashier counter to get money off of a card. My question is I have never been convicted of a crime, so obviously my first offense. I don’t mind paying what ever fine I have to pay, I am just terrified of getting jail time... I will loose my job! I have been at my place of work for 8 years and finally have the money and credit to buy a house, and have already been approved for the mortgage in the contract process now. What kind of sentence can I expect? Please and thank you for all advice, thanks.
I know I'm making a blanket statement but I think this is justified. The overwhelming majority of Lottery people I encounter are complete selfish fuck wits. Maybe it's just my area, idk. I'm posting here because I hope you guys understand. I don't work in retail per se. I'm the guy who delivers and stocks chips and snacks to gas stations, convenience stores, small grocery stores etc etc. One of the most aggravating things about my job is paperwork. I usually can't begin stocking until my order is gone over and signed by a store employee. Often times there's only one employee working in these places and they're sometimes busy serving people. Fine. I don't mind that. Sometimes things get a bit busy and most of these transactions are for gas, donuts, drinks, cigarettes etc and take 30 seconds. However more often than not, I get held up by one of these fucking idiots who is addicted to the lottery. Now I don't know really how to describe these people without sounding a bit condescending, so whatever. I really don't know how to react sometimes. It's sad seeing an actual addict getting their fix in front of me, but it's also frustrating having to deal with their selfishness. How do they bug me and MANY other people who just want to make a quick transaction at the corner store? Here's how. They refuse to use the self scanner and make the cashier check and print ALL 4326 of their tickets. The machine might glitch. Ya never know right? There's even a fucking App in my province that will check your tickets Scratch ticket fools. Out of all the games, scratch tickets are probably the most addicting but pointless transactions. Do people actually make a profit on those things? Anyways, a lot of people will buy a scratcher and scratch it right there. If they win, they continue to play. I'm sorry, but I'm not allowed to buy a Sprite, drink it right there and decide that I want a skittles. Why them? Also, what the heck is up with checking out scratch tickets before you buy them? THEY'RE. ALL. THE. SAME. Looking at the back of it isn't going to give you ANY clues. I've had people check the back of EACH ticket in the tray. The littering is sickening. Any circle K by me is littered with used scratch tickets all over the floor and shelves. These jackasses can't even be bothered to throw it in the garbage in the parking lot. Also, Why do these people always seem to have several thousand tickets to check? Also, these people tend to be rude as well. They take out their anger and frustration from not getting their fix on the clerks. I've seen a few clerks blamed for them not winning. I've seen clerks get berated for refusing to pay out large amounts from dozens of tickets. Some small stores don't have enough cash in the register, but dammit, these addicts need all the money NOW! I've seen countless people accuse the clerk of scamming them. Yea dumbass, I'm sure they would willingly risk having their lotto license revoked by messing with government revenue. Shut the fuck up. I've had to raise my voice a few times to tell these people to move while I'm bringing product into the store. The Addiction causes them to drown out the rest of the world while scratching and filling in numbers. If you think about it, these are fucking grocery and store clerks having to deal face to face with gambling addicts. Just as dangerous as dealing with some alcoholics in stores. Not only do these people inconvenience me and delay my day, other people get pissed off too. I live in Canada so people don't really vocalize their displauree much, but you can see it in their expression and demeanor. I once had to wait 15 minutes while literally half a dozen of these fools made their transactions in a row. I can't wait for casinos to open back up that way some of tjem can waste their money without holding people up or threatening them.
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I was fairly certain that I hadn't, and that's when the thought "that something happened to my mom and grandma" popped into my head. They were both out at a casino that day, and now I start worrying that there was an accident, or maybe a carjacking. Then the deputy gets out. I see on his face a very large grin, and that threw me off. I approach my gate, and quiet down my little buddy, who started growling, as he always did whenever someone or something started to come onto the property. He approaches the gate, and I politely greet him. "Hello there, officer. How can I help you?" I say, trying to keep a cool exterior, while internally I am frantically trying to think of a reason as to why he would be here. "Hello there, sir," he said, still grinning. "Do you live here?" "Yes, sir." I answer. "And are you the only person who lives here?" he asked me. I am still very nervous and confused, but I answer him. "Yes, sir?" "We got some calls of complaints about someone at this address." He explains. I was thrown through another loop as I had not been expecting that being the reason. I generally keep to myself, and I don't do things like shoot off fireworks or make a lot of noise, so I couldn't imagine what I could have done to warrant someone calling the cops on me to complain. While this had been confusing enough already, I was sorely unprepared for what the officer had to say next. "Yeah, we got a call from one of your neighbors that someone at this address, matching your description, has been climbing on the roof and firing a microwave gun into their head in order to change their thoughts." "..." I stand there, for what felt like a full thirty seconds, letting what he just said to me sink in. "... What?" I asked after it had sunk in, not comprehending what I had just been told. He was still smiling (and it was now dawning on me that he was actively trying not to laugh, hence the smile) as he calmly repeated what he had said. I then asked him to repeat himself a third time, to which he complied, and my brain finally was able to accept this new piece of information. Several sets of new neighbors had been moving into the area, and one of them was a very... odd man. We'll call him Weirdo. Well, Weirdo had moved into a house at the end of the street with his sister. At first, he had seemed nice, if maybe a little bit too friendly. After creeping me and a bunch of people out with the weird things he would say (usually about his knife collection), he had gone and said some very gross sexual things to my mom, who at the time had been working as a cashier at the general store. She almost tossed him out right then and there. His sister I felt bad for, because she was constantly going around town apologizing for the things he would say and do. Anyways, I just knew that Weirdo had been the one to call and complain about me using an imaginary ray-gun on him, because that seemed in the ballpark of things he would do. Anyways, the officer told me that he was required to ask me if I had a microwave gun anywhere on the property. At that point in time, part of his job was to ask me, if I was in possession of an imaginary ray-gun. In a very calm voice, I said "No, sir. I don't even know what a microwave gun would even look like." "Neither do I," he said, shaking his head, letting slip a chuckle, "but I had to ask. And I have to ask you to please refrain from using one in the future." It was at that point that his composure slipped some more, and he started to laugh outright. While part of me did find it very funny as well (and I still do), a more pragmatic part of me started to worry about Weirdo and his delusions involving me. I know that the vast majority of people with mental illnesses are not going to harm anybody. But this dude was constantly going on about his knives, and now apparently had some kind of fixation on me. So I found it more unnerving than anything. Once the officer had regained his composure, yet was still smiling, he informed me that he could not tell me who it was that had called it in, but that he felt I should be aware of them. I told him that I had a pretty good idea of who it was, and pointed down the street towards Weirdo's house. He stopped me, and said he was going somewhere else on the street, and that I REALLY should pay attention as to where he goes next. I nodded and, after he got back in his vehicle and backed out, I watched and waited for him to go to Weirdo's house. He doesn't. He pulls into the driveway of the house right across the street from mine! I am absolutely dumbfounded as the man who had moved in, I had never spoken two words to or even met before! Out of some weird instinct, I duck down a peek out through the lattice next to my gate, not wanting to be seen. The officer pulled in and got out of his SUV. He walked right up to the front door and knocked. Instantly, just as he pulled his hand away, the door was wrenched open, and out comes the owner, screaming his head off. I couldn't quite understand what he was screaming, just that it was something along the lines of "YOU CAN'T BE HERE!" I was amazed by the composure of the deputy. He remained calm as this lunatic was screaming right in his face, and was trying to calm him down. As soon as the guy was calmed down, he cussed at the officer, then stormed back inside, and slammed the door behind him. I was afraid that he was going to look in my direction, so I had ducked down and his behind my fence. (Which my little buddy took to mean that I wanted to play.) The officer drove off, and I had heard nothing else about any complaints. Well, the next day, after I had told my mom about this, she went and spoke to her friend who was the real-estate agent that sold him the house. (For those who do not already know, my mom pretty much knows everyone in town.) This is how she told me the conversation went. "You know that house you sold across the street from my son?" "Yeah?" "Didja know that you sold it to a lunatic?" "Oh my god! What'd he do now?!" ... I can't help but feel like either I, or my mom (i.e. her friend), should have gotten a phone call or something, just a casual heads up. Apparently, THIS guy had a bit of a reputation in the local real-estate community, at least from what my mom's friend hinted. I mean, I respect other peoples' privacy, but come on! Just a "By the way. Your new neighbor might be slightly mentally ill" or something! Well, not a full week later, I'm in my car, driving home from the grocery store. I'm nearing my street, and I smell some smoke. and my thought process was along the lines of Oh, someone's grilling? I think I'll start thawing and marinating some steaks and throw them on the grill tomorrow. 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I counted three rifles and a handgun and lots of ammo being amongst the pile in his front yard, before the fire department arrived and one of the firefighters, made him stop. I wasn't listening to what they were saying, as I was hiding behind my fence again. I was terrified that this guy was going to jump to the conclusion that the guy with the microwave gun whom he had called the police on, who had simply talked to him and did nothing else, might have had something to do with this. It was later discovered to be an electrical fire caused by faulty wiring. The house burnt down almost completely to the ground. There were some walls and ceiling still kinda standing, but it was completely un-salvageable. The guy moved away, and I didn't hear anything more about him. That was definitely one of the craziest things to happen out here. Definitely in my top ten. TL:DR: Crazy neighbor calls the cops on me for having a made-up ray gun to change his thoughts, then his house burns down. Edit: I would like to say thank you to whoever just gave me my first silver!
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Firstly go to the cashier and withdraw $2500 dollars. If you don't have enough, simply get this from holding up a store or completing a mission etc.
Next make your way over to the closest slot machine and get in a position so that "press '>' to play" is visible in the top left hand corner
Next call Simeon and request a job through the phone
Once the job has come through, you need to open the job message through the phone, hold the start button and as soon as you release the start button, press A / X quickly. This loads the mission in the background whilst on the pause menu
Press B to close the pause menu and QUICKLY spam right on the dpad and A at the same time. This is the trickiest bit and can take some time to get right but if done correctly there should be an animation of your player sitting down at the machine before loading into the Simeon mission.
If done correctly, quit the Simeon mission and you should be back at the Casino in a slightly more zoomed in view of your player. Quickly make your way over to the cashier and press A / X on trade in chips. It should then ask if you are sure and at that moment wait around 10 seconds.
You should now be transported back to the machine with a glitched cashier menu.
At this point press Y / Triangle to initiate the max bet on the machine and press A / X. You should see the machine spin and your chips get deposited back into your account.
If you lose, you just simply need to withdraw another 2500, go to deposit it back and wait on the are you sure message again and press right on the d-pad to sit back down and press Y / Triangle and A / X to spin again.
If you win, you need to press the right stick in to bring up the rules and then press Y / Triangle and A / X to then bank your winnings.
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Atlantic City Blackjack
3 Card Poker
Double Exposure Blackjack
Vegas Downtown Blackjack
Multi Wheel Roulette
Super Fun 21
Vegas Strip Blackjack
Triple Pocket Hold’em Poker
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The next section we checked out was Spin Casino’s video poker games. Here are the games we found during our review.
Aces & Eights Poker
Aces and Faces
All Aces Poker
Deuces Wild Poker
Deuces Wild Bonus Poker
Double Double Bonus Poker
Jacks or Better Poker
Deuces & Joker Poker
Louisiana Double Poker
Tens or Better Poker
This is an okay selection. On top of this, you’ll find “power,” “multi-hand,” and “Gold Series” variants that you can also choose from. We counted nearly 25 poker games in their main casino. There are video poker machines in the Vegas section too, but we didn’t find anything different than what’s listed above. Testing Their Games, Graphics, and Stakes We tested a couple of their poker games during our review. The games we played had average graphics, but that’s to be expected with video poker machines. They’re not meant to be fancy. They worked great, though. We experienced no lagging or bugs. Some of them had neat features, too. For example, the machines we played offered the chance to double your winnings. When you make a winning hand, you can click the “double” button to play a mini-game to see if you can double up. Keep in mind that if you lose this game, you lose everything. The best feature, though, had to be the automatic hold. Many video poker machines will tell you when you made a winning hand so that you don’t forget to hold those cards. However, one of the machines we played automatically held the best cards according to the common video poker strategy. Now, we don’t know what strategy these machines are using or how optimal that strategy is. However, they did hold the cards we would have had this feature not existed. This is a neat option if you’re new to video poker and aren’t sure how to play optimally. As far as stakes go, we found machines that let us play for as little as $0.25 per coin to as much as $50 per round. We recommend you bet the max number of coins, though, which means your minimum bet will be $1.25. This will vary from machine to machine, though. Overall, we liked Spin Casino’s video poker section. We’d like to see more unique titles to choose from, but our opinion is that this lineup will work for most people reading this.
Next up is Spin Casino’s slot selection. They have far too many slot machines to list here, but here is a small sample to give you an idea of what you’ll be able to play.
5 Reel Drive
Snow & Sable
Book of Oz
Cash of Kingdoms
Fruit vs Candy
Girls with Guns
Game of Thrones
Lady in Red
Kings of Cash
Oink Country Love
Robin of Sherwood
So Much Sushi
The Great Albini
The Phantom of the Opera
Win Sum Dim Sum
Fat Lady Sings
Jekyll & Hyde
The Legend of Olympus
Throne of Egypt
Steam Punk Heroes
Untamed Bengal Tiger
Old King Cole
You’ll find all these slots in the main casino. There are plenty more where this comes from too. You’ll also find more slots — including unique titles not found in the main casino — inside the Vegas section. That said, their selection of slots is much smaller than we expected considering that they work with Microgaming. We still can’t complain, though, especially after seeing some of the titles that you can play here. For example, the slots that stood out to us are the licensed/branded slots. Licensed slots are machines that revolve around IP that other companies own. This includes movies (Jurassic Park), video games (Hitman), TV shows (Game of Thrones), and more. These are fun to play because it’s highly likely that you’re going to be a fan of whatever the slot machine is about. For example, we like Jurassic Park. This means we get to kill two birds with one stone — play slots about a theme we really like. Not only that, but you can play many of these slot machines in brick-and-mortar casinos. We’ve played Game of Thrones countless times during our trips to Las Vegas. And this is just the licensed slots. You still have all the other slots that Spin Casino has to offer. This includes slots with bonus rounds, 3 and 5 reels, progressive jackpots, and features such as free spins, wilds, scatters, and more. As for stakes, they vary so much that it’s hard to give concrete numbers. That said, we found machines that allowed us to play for as little as $0.10/spin to as much as $200. Most of the machines we looked at maxed out at $30 or less, though. This means that you might have to do some digging to find the machines with higher limits. Overall, while Spin Casino’s slot section can definitely be bigger given that they’re powered by Microgaming, what they do have will be more than enough for most people. >>Claim Free Spins Now<<
Live Dealer Games
Last up is Spin Casino’s live dealer section. Here are the games we found during our review.
Shangri La Roulette
Ultimate Texas Hold’em
Baccarat Super 6
Evolution Party Table
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Sports, Market, and Betting Options
Spin Sports has an excellent selection of sports that you can bet on. Here’s what we found during our review.
Snooker and Pool
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Many of these options have dropdown menus, too. For example, click on the soccer option, and a dropdown menu containing options such as England, Europe, Spain, Italy, and Germany will appear. This goes for many of the other options, too — you’ll find countries as subcategories. You’ll need to click on these to find the different leagues that play in those countries. Your betting options will obviously depend on the sport you bet on. We found plenty of choices, though. For example, you can bet outrights or money lines for Europa basketball. You’ll find spread betting, more money lines, oveunder, and outrights for NBA games. Click on a match, and you’ll find additional markets. For example, we checked out an NBA game and found options to bet on different quarters, total points, team points per quarter or half, overtime, and more. There are plenty of betting options here, which was a surprise, honestly, considering who’s running this sportsbook.
Spin Sports also offers live sports betting. When we were there, you could bet on soccer, basketball, tennis, ice hockey, and cricket. We wouldn’t be surprised if they covered more matches than this (when those games are available). In fact, we know that’s the case since we looked at their Event View and Live Schedule tabs. This is where you’ll see all the sports you can bet on, all the matches, and the number of betting opportunities available for each one. And that’s about it for their live sportsbook. The one thing we’d really like to see added in the future is the option to watch live streams. It’d make sense to add a racebook too. Here’s hoping that Spin Sports has both items on their to-do list. >>Claim Free Spins Now<<
Spin Sports is a much better sportsbook than we expected. It’s hard to expect something this impressive from a company that has been running only casinos for more than a decade. We’re fans, though. There are plenty of sports and markets to bet on. You also have your standard options for betting in American, fractional, or decimal odds, as well as using the sportsbook in different languages. That said, there is room for improvement. They could add a racebook, live streaming, and additional features and build out their esports section. But we think they’ve done a good job so far, and it’ll be more than enough for your typical casino player or recreational bettor.
Something we noticed during our review is that there’s the option to deposit inside both the casino and the sportsbook. As far as we can tell, it looks like you’ll want to deposit to the section you plan to spend your time in. In other words, if you want to bet sports, you’ll want to deposit to your sportsbook account. If you want to play blackjack or slots, you’ll want to make your deposit to the casino. The good news is that it looks like the same banking options are accepted in both sections. Find an option that works for you, and you can use it in both places. When we reviewed Spin Casino, we didn’t find any evidence that suggests they charge fees on their deposits. This is great news. However, it’s not clear whether they charge fees on withdrawals. As for limits, you can cash out as much as €4,000 per week if the amount you’re trying to cash out is more than 5x the amount that you’ve deposited over the life of your account. Otherwise, it looks like you can cash out as much as £10,000 in a 24-hour period. This will depend on the banking option you use, of course. Progressive jackpots are exempt from these rules, which is great to see. It’s no surprise, though, considering that they work with Microgaming. That wraps up their banking details. The following two sections will list the banking methods you can use to fund and cash out your account.
You can claim a few promotions as a customer of Spin Casino and Spin Sports. The following sections summarize the offers you can claim and the terms you need to fulfill if you do.
Spin Casino Promotions
The following are offers that you’ll find under the promotions tab on the casino side of things.
New Player Bonus
This is an offer available to first-time customers. Spin Casino is offering a 100% match bonus of up to $1,000. It’s spread out over your first three deposits like this.
First Deposit – 100% match up to $400
Second Deposit – 100% match up to $300
Third Deposit – 100% match up to $300
This is a nice offer because you have multiple opportunities to claim as much as you can. It’s especially helpful for players on a budget who can’t deposit $1,000 in one shot. You will need to roll over this bonus 50x, though the playthrough will depend on the casino game you play. We recommend reading their terms if you plan to play a game other than slots. The downside to this offer is that if you do happen to complete the playthrough with money to spare, and you want to withdraw it, cash-outs will be limited to 100 casino credits. You’ll forfeit the rest of the bonus. That being the case, it might make more sense to play the bonus (and lose money) until you only have 100 credits left. Then make a withdrawal if you want. That way, you can enjoy the bonus money/winnings for as long as possible. And that’s all they have for bonus offers. Spin Casino does say that they offer bonuses on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. We have no idea what those offers look like, though. While we were there, we did notice that they have a “bonus wheel.” You spin the wheel, and you can earn prizes, such as bonuses to claim. It looks like you can spin the wheel once every couple of hours. This is pretty neat.
Spin Casino also offers a loyalty club. This is a multi-tier program that awards more perks the higher your status. This program has six levels.
As you ascend, you’ll receive additional perks such as bonus points, more entry points, exclusive tournaments, VIP support, phone support, and exclusive gifts and bonuses. You can receive monthly bonuses too. Climb the ladder to the very top of their VIP program, and you can receive more than $10,000 every month in bonuses. Getting to each tier is straightforward — you need to earn so many points to reach a specific status, and then so many points to maintain that status each month. You’ll earn 1 point for every $10 you spend in the casino. We recommend you read their promotions page to determine for sure if this program will be a good fit for you. But if we understand their points setup and minimum point requirements correctly, then this looks like a good program to use — even for low-stakes players!
Spin Sports Promotions
You’ll need to be in the sportsbook section in order to find their sports betting promotions. The following are the promotions we found during our review, including what you can get and the terms you need to fulfill. Free Bet – First-time sports bettors will be able to claim a free bet bonus. This is a 100% match up to $200. To claim the offer, deposit at least $10. This offer has a 5x rollover ($1,000 if you claim the entire $200) before you can withdraw any winnings. We recommend you read their terms and conditions for their other rules, as you’ll need to abide by odd minimums/maximums when you make your bets. And that’s the only offer we found for sports bettors during our review. This isn’t a bad offer by any means. That said, it would be great if they had a few other promotions running. It’d be nice to see some kind of cashback or rebate offer or additional bonuses. But as the saying goes, something is better than nothing.
Both Spin Casino and Spin Sports are mobile-friendly. You don’t need to download any apps. All you need to do is go to the casino or sportsbook from your phone or tablet and log in. You’ll be able to play all games and make bets from your browser. It looks like you’ll have the full sportsbook at your disposal. And considering that they work with Microgaming and Evolution Gaming, we wouldn’t be surprised if most or even all of their casino games are available. >>Claim Free Spins Now<<
You can use the following options to contact Spin Casino.
The email address above is addressed to the parent company of Spin Casino. The issue with that is they manage several other casinos. For that reason, we recommend that you make it clear that you’re a Spin Casino customer when you contact them. That way, you eliminate any confusion and reduce the chances of any unnecessary back and forth. We were disappointed to see that they don’t offer phone support despite saying they do in multiple places throughout their website. That said, phone support still isn’t a standard communication method offered by online gambling sites. It wouldn’t be fair if we held the lack of phone support against Spin Casino. Besides, you can contact them 24/7 using the methods above. We sent Spin Casino an email, and we were surprised to receive a response less than two hours later. They answered our questions, too. That’s better than the average casino for sure. For that reason, we give Spin Casino’s support two virtual thumbs up.
I may have already failed my job interview tomorrow
So I (28 F) got a tattoo of my favorite manga series, Black Butler, on my right hand. Its the contract symbol to be more specific. I got this when I was 20 and so far I've had jobs as a caregiver where I have always had to wear latex gloves. Unfortunately because of covid the people I worked with through ihss decided to have a live in family member take care of them instead so they let me go. Now I have a job interview tomorrow morning for a café cashier position at a casino and just realized that I'll have to go in there and either explain it away or conceal it with makeup. On one hand if I use makeup and I get the job I won't be able to conceal the tattoo because of constant hand washing I'll most likely be found out. On the other hand I could go in and do the interview anyway, maybe they'll hear me out, but I still won't get the job. I'm so mad at younger me right now. I really need a job and I'm sure this won't be the only job interview I get but I'll still have this to deal with. Anyway, I'm pretty sure I know the answer to this, but some/any advice really helps. What do I do?!?
I (29F) was dating this guy (30M) for about 3 months. I met him through a friend. We communicated every day, we texted, we talked on the phone, and we hung out once or twice a week. He was very attentive, affectionate, and sweet to me. We had “so much in common” and I felt like I met my person. He told me I was “the one” and “his teammate”. We talked about our values and he mentioned wanting to get married and have kids one day, we even talked about kids names. I felt so comfortable with him and opened up to him about a lot of things that had happened in my past. He opened up to me about his family and stuff he went through as a kid which I felt brought us closer because I thought we were both being vulnerable. We eventually went on a weekend trip to Vegas together where he had me meet his parents, which he kind of threw meeting them on me, and then a month later I spent a week with him at his parents house, in Vegas (too soon, I know). During that week at his parents house something changed. He became distant, seemed annoyed with me, and started to withhold affection from me. He had this attitude of entitlement. He would make jokes and comments towards me and I would kind of respond back or react and he kept telling me, “you’re overthinking” or “you’re taking it so personally, I’m just kidding” “you seem so sensitive” and then I would say sorry. He made me feel like I was being too needy or acting crazy. One night we went out and drank and he got pretty drunk and started a fight with me for no reason. He was being so mean to me out of nowhere and I was just trying to stay calm. I didn’t understand what was happening. He was a whole new person and I felt like I had done something to trigger this. The next morning he didn’t even apologize, just laughed about it and was acting almost arrogant. Before I left his parents I ended up apologizing to him for being overly sensitive. He said it was okay and that he felt like he had been in a weird mood because of work and other stuff, so I let it go thinking it was just that. After I got back from his parents (he stayed another week) he stopped initiating contact with me. I thought he just needed space so I waited a couple of days to reach out. I started thinking maybe my “neediness” pushed him away so I just wanted to step back. I was thinking of all of the things I did that could have irritated him & was literally driving myself crazy. One morning I got a call from his mom freaking out because he didn’t come home. She said he had gone out the night before with this guy we met when he was at the casino and he had her car and she needed it to go to work. His phone was off. She was freaking out and I didn’t know what to do. She called the cops, the hospital, she was literally crying to me. Finally she got a hold of him and she told me he was okay. I thought maybe he would reach out to apologize to me, but I never heard from him. I waited a couple of days and finally texted him asking how he was doing. He responded but didn’t seem super excited to talk to me and his responses were boring and short. He apologized about his mom calling me & said “she’s old and freaks out randomly” and then he said that night he ended up having a long night of gambling. I then didn’t hear from him again for 5 days. I tried reaching out again and kept it super casual but he ignored me. I then waited another week and tried calling him. He didn’t answer his phone so I left it at that. I didn’t try texting again or leaving a voicemail. I was so confused and so hurt at how he went completely silent on me and cold. I was devastated, wondering what I did to get ghosted, wondering if he was just going through something, wondering what suddenly changed. It’s now been a month and I’m starting to see things that I was in denial about before and I’m wondering, is this guy a narcissist? My best friend’s boyfriend was hanging out with him a couple of weeks ago and called him out for ghosting me. He said it was messed up what he did to me and childish. His response was that I threatened him to hang out with another guy and that it turned him away. This never happened and I was shocked. He shifted blame onto me to justify his actions to one of our friends, which to me is manipulation. I’ve not contacted him since I tried to call him a month ago and I don’t plan to. I deleted his number and texts. We still follow each other on social media but I muted him so I can’t see anything he does. He still watches all of my stories and follows me on everything else which I thought was strange if he’s trying to ghost me. Here are some things that came up that I didn’t pay attention to that have led me to think he might be a narcissist:
He lied a couple of times about small things that we talked about when we were first getting to know each other but he played it off like I misheard him and in the moment I felt like I must have. These little lies were things that made him look better to me or things that mirrored what I liked.
He talked about how he was the best at his job (in sales), better than all of his coworkers who he talked shit about (I found out later from a friend who works with him that he is terrible at work, shows up to meetings late, bragged about lying on his resume to her and got in trouble for it once they did a background check on him)
He started showing this entitled side of him that week he became distant. He’s an only child and his mom spoils him. He would find ways to get stuff out of her. He seemed arrogant and completely different from before
In the beginning he would say things that kind of showed he was insecure. The first few times we hung out he would say things along the lines of thinking I’m too busy for him and not wanting to hang out with him again. I always reassured him that I wanted to hang out with him more. The first time we had sex he asked “so are you never going to talk to me again?” which I thought was strange but I thought he just really liked me and was scared
We talked about bad dates we went on and he said he went on one earlier this year that was awful because the girl had too many opinions. Another time he mentioned one of our girl friends having too many opinions as well
He had something bad about all of his friends and random people who he seemed threatened by. He even has a burner twitter where he just talks shit to people
He fished for compliments from me in the initial stages. For example, I sent him a picture of my friend’s dog and he responded with “who’s cuter? Me or him?” He would also ask me what I liked most about him
He gambled like crazy when we were in Vegas both times. Kept going to the ATM to get more money & would lose it. He told me I was the first girl he left a table he was playing at for and that he used to have his past exes go home alone while he gambled all night
He said he never cries. His dad told me he shuts down and will ignore them for weeks when he’s in one of his phases
He got very angry easily if someone offended him in public. One time we were at the grocery store and the cashier was confused about if he was buying something that was in his hand or not and he got so angry and snapped at the cashier. When we were walking out he was like “next time someone does something like that to me I’m just going to beat their ass.” I laughed it off but I saw him react similarly multiple times in public when someone seemed to “wrong” him
He ALWAYS tickled and wrestled me. Sometimes he would have his arms or legs around my neck, almost like I was being choked. At first I thought it was playful, but now that I look back, the look on his face showed more of “I’m in control”. He wasn’t laughing or smiling, he looked serious and would just stare at me. I’m ridiculously ticklish and he knew that and I would say no and beg him to stop but I would be laughing so I didn’t think anything of it. This happened almost every single time we hung out if we were watching tv or a movie.
He was terrible with money. Always wanted to buy nice material objects and would brag about them. His mom straight up told me he needed to save money multiple times when I was there and in a conversation in front of me he told his mom I would take care of him. I thought he was joking but he had this sarcastic, entitled tone in his voice.
He bragged about how much better he looked than other men
When he started acting distant I would be talking to him and he would just start looking at his phone or watch tv without really listening. Almost like he was annoyed or that I didn’t matter
We both said we deleted our dating apps early on. One night when I was with him that week at his parents he had a tinder notification go off on his phone while he was showing me something. I was like okay... & kinda shocked but basically said whatever, I can’t get mad because you’re not my boyfriend. He then deleted the app in front of me and kept saying “I didn’t know I still had this app on here, I swear. You trust me right?” “Don’t you trust me?” which I now feel like was a little weird to keep asking that
We were watching the Jeffrey Epstein documentary one night & I mentioned that he was a narcissist and he responded with “well everyone is kind of a narcissist” and made it seem like it’s completely normal
We had a disagreement on a topic we were discussing and I felt very strong in my stance and he somehow made it end with us agreeing. He even said “see, we basically think the same. You’re not really disagreeing.”
During that week he became distant, I showed him a picture of me somewhere from 5 years ago and he goes “you looked SO different back then...” in a condescending tone like I was ugly or something, and I was like “okay?.. I don’t think I look that different” And he responded with “I didn’t mean it like that. You’re taking everything I say the wrong way.”
He was also in a 5 year relationship that ended 2 years ago. When I asked him about her all he said was that he should have paid attention to red flags in the beginning. He said she would do shady things and hang out with other guys when she was with her friends but never went into detail about what happened. His dad told me he had a really rough year after she left him and apparently she blocked him and his entire family on everything when they broke up. His dad didn’t even know what happened. He also had multiple relationships before this and dated one other person after her that he said was a “rebound” and that I was the most serious since his 5 year relationship. Does this guy seem like a narcissist? If he is, what can I expect, especially once I see him again? We have mutual friends so I’m almost certain I’ll eventually see him again in person, which is why I want to know what I could possibly be dealing with if he is one. I’ve been a little freaked out about that day coming and I get anxious when my friends invite me to things because I’m scared I’ll run into him. He’s one of my guy friends’ roommates (he just moved here this year) which is how I met him. None of them have seen this side of him except me.
CMA - Told my former coworkers the real reason I was fired?
Extremely long, please forgive me. TL;DR — CMA for telling my coworkers I was fired because of my mental health? So I used to work as a cocktail server for a casino in my area. Due to my state's regulations regarding reopening nonessential businesses during COVID-19, the casino was only able to reopen for business if it followed very strict criteria; for example, cocktail servers like me cannot run drinks out to patrons on the floor right now, and are instead stuck manning the self-serve soda machines to reduce the risk of customers spreading germs to each other. There are a slough of other extremely important protocols and changes in place, and the tension is especially high among the bar staff - we're only able to serve alcohol at all by exploiting a loophole that says alcohol may only be served alongside a food item, and if we heck any part of that up, all bar staff go back on furlough. That we had already lost all but one senior cocktail (me) and three of our five bartenders wasn't helping, as we were all stuck pulling double and triple shifts to cover the gaps. On top of this, the casino rolled out a few new changes NOT related to COVID-19 - namely, new uniforms: Long sleeved black dress shirts, long black slacks, and a clip on bowtie that necessitated the shirt collars being buttoned all the way up. No variations are allowed - not even neatly rolling up the sleeves in hot weather. It is currently summer where I work, and we've already had several weeks of temperatures in the 90-100 range (Fahrenheit). All black clothes in starchy fabric, with long sleeves and fully buttoned necks, on a job where even the drink station workers move around A LOT. To add to this, anybody in security or food/beverage can and will at some point have to step outside into the full sun to run patrols or grab supplies from the outdoor containers, and the people in the cashier cage are working with zero air conditioning. To further add to the work stress, management has repeatedly caught wind of employees stretching the rules to make their lives easier - cocktail servers having soda or tea behind the counter, or cashier cage ladies bringing in little battery powered fans - and shot every single one of them down. Remember how I said we can't roll our sleeves up? That's another example. We WERE until management decided it looked unprofessional, even when the sleeves were neatly cuffed. TO ADD TO ALL OF THIS, over the last month I have had my six year old cat Izzy diagnosed with terminal lymphoma (and am nursing him through his last few months at home, which includes occasionally giving him an IV electrolyte push for dehydration); have received news that my mother is considering leaving my father due to his alcoholism (he is NEVER abusive, but she can't watch him drink himself to death anymore); and am faced with roughly $2000 in bills and loans that I need to pay off on what was an income of maybe $700 a week. On a good week. I struggle with clinical depression, anxiety, and what we believe may be high-functioning autism. I do have a history of self harm, especially in the last two years. I made the casino very clearly aware of both of these things upon being offered a job. On Sunday (July 5), due to ALL OF THE ABOVE, I suffered a massive depressive episode while in the employees' restroom at the casino, on the clock during a fifteen minute break. During this episode, I noticed there were two extremely sharp exposed screw points sticking a little bit out of the wall in one corner of the stall I was in. I was able to remove myself from the restroom WITHOUT injuring myself, but not before I had to spend five minutes seriously talking myself down from opening my arm on those screw points and another five in a ball on the floor pulling myself back together. I went immediately to the security office and told them what had happened; then (because I am used to these episodes, and because I am significantly harder on myself than I have any right or reason to be) I went back out to continue serving drinks at the self serve. I was shaky, but no longer in a place where I actively wanted to hurt myself. A few minutes into this, my supervisor comes to talk to me. He takes one look at my face and at my hands (which I had balled tightly in front of me, and which were still shaking anyway) and tells me to go home - "Don't worry about the casino, go home, take care of yourself." On my way to the employee locker room - in a hallway only employees are allowed access to - I had a panic attack and went down to my knees again. I was not able to recover sufficiently to prevent EMS from being called, and spent the night in suicide watch. When I was discharged, the doctors ordered me not to return to work until Thursday (July 9). On Wednesday (July 8), I received a text from one of my managers asking me to please call the head of HR. There was no warning and no explanation as to why (I later learned she had no idea why, either). As it turns out, I was asked to call HR so that they could fire me. They had my phone number on file; there was no reason they could not have called me themselves, instead of essentially setting up an ambush. I have had no history of behavioral or work complaints, barring one customer who got mad because I wouldn't give him drinks five minutes after the casino had shut down for the night. I have never been called in to discuss my work ethic or habits, and I have never been spoken to about my behavior or demeanor. Just the opposite: Even up to the day I went on suicide watch, my managers and supervisor raved about how much of a help I was and how grateful they were to have me on board. HR officially listed my termination as "at will" - basically the common label for terminating a part-time employee who just doesn't quite fit in with the rest of the crew. However, not only was I full-time and off probation - something the casino's own handbook says PROTECTS AN EMPLOYEE from at will termination - but the timing and lack of corrective history prior to my termination make it very clear that I was fired due to my mental health. I was not spoken to prior to the termination. In the state where I live, mental health is considered a disability, for which employers are not legally allowed to terminate employment if they have prior knowledge - which, again, I made sure the casino did. Beyond that, mine is only the most recent termination since we came back from furlough that could only be called "shifty" at BEST. We have lost ten other employees before me under questionable circumstances - in one case, my previous supervisor was terminated two weeks ago and nobody seems to be able to tell us WHY. I had already been considering reporting the casino for shady and downright unhealthy practices, though I hadn't told anyone. After I had turned my stuff in, I went around to all my coworkers around the employee area exactly WHY I had been terminated. I did this knowing and fully hoping that it would encourage more of my coworkers to walk out. I still plan to report the casino for shady business practices, and am considering filing a lawsuit against them. CMA, reddit?
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Summer job that led to the closure of 4 restaurants
My redditor friend thinks this story would fit here. TL;DR at the bottom. I (22F) got my first job when I was 16 at a specialty restaurant with 5 locations. I worked at the busiest location. It was summer at the time so I was working 5 days a week from 12nn-10pm. The restaurant is set up like Panda Express/Manchu Wok or those other Asian restaurants in food courts where the food is laid out and you pick what you want from the selection, except its not in a food court and has its own seating, so more like a cafeteria/ikea setup. My job is to give/serve people their food, cashier, and some minor prep. By 1pm, all the cooks have left. I am left with a dishwashebusboy until closing. 3 weeks have passed and I haven't gotten paid anything. Turns out, the owner, whom I've met a couple of times, is spending all her revenue in the casino and a lot of staff aren't getting paid. Some employees have worked here for years and have over $5,000 of unpaid work. I talked to the owner and she said I can take my daily income from the cash register (cash, no tax) after I do all my closing as long as I write everything down. I didn't care at this time as long as I was getting paid. I didn't know much about the law either since it was my first job. But I did provide them my SIN/SSN, so I was hired legally to my knowledge. The manager that hired me never mentioned cash payments when she hired me. I was getting my pay from the till for about a week until one of my coworkers found out. Obviously she got jealous and told everyone. Since these people have thousands of unpaid work, they felt like it was unfair that I was getting paid and they weren't. At this time, the owner was out of country, so I stopped taking my pay from the till to avoid getting in conflict with my coworkers. I mean, the owner will pay me eventually, right? (I was young, naive, and did not know better). During one of my shifts, a delivery came in and they wanted to get paid on the spot. I did not have cash on the till, and I couldn't get a hold of my coworkers to deal with the situation, so the delivery guy eventually left with all the products. That night, the owner's husband gave me a call and he was furious that we did not get the delivery since we needed it for tomorrow because we're low on products. He dropped by to leave cash for the delivery and made me wait until 12 midnight for the delivery to come, unpaid. I was left by myself in the restaurant, and I was crying. It was a very stressful situation for me, and working here led me to smoke cigarettes (I don't smoke anymore). This was my breaking point. I wanted to quit but I was afraid that I wouldn't get all my hard earned money. The job is easy but all the coworker drama and the shitty treatment of the owners got to me. I kept working in this location until the end of summer, with over $3,000 of unpaid work, not adjusted with overtime and holiday pay. I did eventually get to talk to the owner on the phone and all I got was "it is what it is". I did not show up for work on the last day of summer. After I didn't show up, I filed a claim with the Department of LabouMinistry of Labour. When school started, the manager from their other location asked me to come work for her on weekends. Of course I said no, but eventually agreed when she said that I will be paid after my shift with cash. The owner never came here to take the revenue for her gambling, and she's still out of the country so I did get paid after my shift. Everyone that worked here was a lot nicer too, since everyone was getting paid. I asked my unemployed friends to drop off their resumes. The owner did not know that I was friends with these people, and she eventually hired one of my friend as a dishwashebusboy to work with me. The manager leaves early on weekends, and its just me and my friend in the restaurant so I would give out food to my friends, customers that I know, and family, FOR FREE. Not my food cost, so I did not give a fuck. I know its an asshole move but keep in mind the $3,000 that they still owe me. Everyone that worked here knows all the bullshit that's happening. Business has always been doing great, to the point that the owner was able to have 5 locations. Everyone was getting paid on time and were given bonuses during the first few years of the business, until the owner started going to the casino. Her attitude changed, and stopped taking care of the business. She would even get mad at the employees for paying the bills, instead of keeping the cash for her gambling, we've had times that our electricity got cut off and couldn't operate as a restaurant. Producers/Suppliers are also refusing to deliver products unless we paid right away (they aren't getting paid on time as well). The owner mainly ever goes to the restaurant locations to take cash. Her husband does most of the work, and even takes cash out of his pocket to pay for the restaurant expenses. From what I've heard, their marriage went down the sewage since the wife started gambling, and coming home from the casino without her car. There were also rumors that the husband cheated that led to the wife's gambling problems. I believed all the rumors since it all made sense at the time, but no confirmation until now. I also found out that one of their locations had to close down because they did not pay the lease, they're now left with 4. We're the only location (2nd location I'm working at) where the staff gets paid on time. Except for the manager who also have unpaid wages from years before, and my $3,000 from summer. Everyone else here is new and are getting paid on time. 2 weeks have passed since I worked part-time at the other location. I started getting calls from the labour dept. about my claim. I told them everything. Staff not getting paid or the owner is paying cash. Plus all the shitty treatment that I did not mention above. Of course the government doesn't like it when we don't pay our taxes. I kept a record of my hours in my notebook, I also had text messages from my coworkers about the working conditions of this place. I kept working here while my claim was being processed, and while the owner is out of the country. Eventually they got the letter a couple of days after the owner came back and she was enraged. "How do you have the audacity to work here after you file a claim against us?!". She wasn't aware that I didn't show up for my shift when I was working at the first location, and was hired by the manager in the current location. So I got fired. I went on with school, and eventually got paid $5000+ for my unpaid hours, and the trouble. The Labour dept. gave them shit as well for not paying a minor. It seemed like they were taking advantage. That was basically my first pay check. Quite a lot of money for a 16yr old. I started working at a food court elsewhere - totally legal, its a franchise. One day I was approached by one of the cook at the first location who recognized me. They all knew what I did and that I got paid, and he wanted to know how to file a claim. I told him everything, what he needs to do, and all the proof/evidence that he can provide. I also told him that whoever files a claim will get paid, and I encouraged him to tell everyone. Two months later, my friends that knew about the situation started tagging me on an article posted on facebook about the restaurant. Over 4 people have filed for a claim, and the owner is forced to pay over $50,000+ for unpaid wages, overtime and interest, plus $2,500+ administrative fees. I later on found out that they got audited, and more people started filing for claims. A lot of people that worked there before and is still owed their wages also filed for a claim. A food inspection in one of the other locations uncovered several serious health and sanitation infractions. All 4 of their locations eventually shut down. I know its not an intentional revenge. And the restaurant could've closed down anytime due to their debts. Although my friends still joke about it to this day that I added fuel/spark to the fire/kindle that led to the closure of all their remaining locations. I'm just glad I got my hard earned money. tl;dr - Didn't get paid working a summer job ($3,000+). Filed a claim and got paid ($5,000+). Other employees also filed a claim after I did ($50,000+). All remaining restaurants (4 locations) closed down due to their debts
When HR try hard to find dirt, but you have the last laugh.
Bit of a significant background, but necessary I think. My previous job I was a cashier working at a casino in my home town. It was an international organisation that had several casinos in two countries. I quite enjoyed my job and became quite proficient in the workings of the casino as I'm one of those people who like knowing how different things work and fit together for the whole picture. My boss was hard, but fair. More importantly was he provided an environment where we could grow and professionally develop if you had the incentive. Needless to say, I participated a lot - high roller transactions, government reporting and compliance, in addition to being part of a team that implemented new management software and new equipment for the casino. I was a relief shift manager in addition to my regular duties, and was briefly promoted to shift manager before I decided to decline the promotion (during the probation period) knowing full well I may have hurt further progression. Whilst my boss was good, upper management were garbage and had been for years - fostering an environment where lower management were fighting among themselves. They wanted to fire my boss but couldn't, so they instead put huge pressure on him to leave. He didn't leave. They then hired 2 shift managers and gave them free reign to implement changes and got the senior cashiers who did relief work (myself included) to train them up. Suffice to say, they resented this but did not ask themselves why not one of us wanted to apply for the promotion. With free reign to implement changes and reporting directly to my boss's boss (who wanted him gone), my boss was effectively sidelined. The new managers started trying to change things without understanding what they were doing or what effect it would have on multiple departments, which pissed off a lot of my co-workers who eventually stopped trying to help and train them because they couldn't accept that we knew more about their job than they did. One day one of them approached me because a spreadsheet wasn't working properly, and being the person who updated this sheet I immediately saw that someone had been messing around with the sheet changing cell sizing, layouts which resulted in several formula breaking. I said I was reverting it back because someone had been messing with it, to which I was told it was the other shift manager and if I didn't like change I should have applied for the position. Then and there I decided I had enough, told her I was reverting it because almost all of our spreadsheets was linked to other files in finance, and they could have fucked up a lot of stuff because of "change". If you were going to change something fine, but at least know wtf you are doing first. I left her to stew on that in silence. I was the last person who was helping them at that point, and that had just stopped. A couple of months later both resigned because they couldn't cope with the work, nor cope with the fact that every single employee in our department no longer liked them. I later found out that in their exit interviews, both of them complained very loudly against most of the senior cashiers who were supposed to be training them, myself included. Fast forward a month, I was entering the next few weeks schedule into our roster system during a relief shift. As I do with some mundane tasks, I might poke around to see what functions the software has that can help me do my task more efficiently. I was looking into a template option and and trying to copy a previous month when I discovered staff costs on the side - effectively wages. Since I work with numbers (being a cashier) it was really easy to see that one of the previous managers was paid at entry manager rate however the other was paid an absurdly high figure. I reported the fact that I accidentally stumbled across staff cost information to the other shift manager who had been there for years. She asked me to show her so I did and I heard nothing further of it. Being good with numbers, she also noticed the 2 previous shift managers salary - especially the one being paid a large amount. A couple of months later a 2IC was for the department was transferred from another casino within the company and some months after that my boss negotiated a nice severance package. Immediately there was certain restrictive changes implemented which hurt morale further. Later, one of my colleagues accepted a promotion to shift manager and asked me if his salary offer was fair, since he had no reference point to go by as part of management's control was to keep people in the dark and competing against each other. I told him what my offer had been and spoke a bit on how they decided on their offers based on my own experience, adding that at the end I thought it was reasonable. The next day I mentioned the conversation to the older shift manager who freaked out a little, thinking that I had discussed her salary with my colleague but also asked if I still had access to the wage info to which I replied that it was probably still there. A day after that I was notified that I was being called into HR for a meeting due to a breach of confidentiality issue. As this fell on my day off, as I left my shift I emailed that I was not able to attend the meeting and detailed the conversation I had with my colleague. A few hours later they sent me an email stating I was being stood down immediately with pay and would notify me of the next meeting. At this point I started getting distressed as I realized that now that my previous boss was gone, they were systematically looking for an excuse to get rid of specific people across all departments. Everyone in my department was systematically interviewed, and they tried to dig up any dirt they could find on me. They had nothing and kept looking and looking. A week turned into two. Two turned into three. At the end of the third week I was asked to come in for a meeting on the Monday (beginning of the 4th week). I came in with a friend as a support person and sat down with my boss and the HR rep. Their entire focus was on the conversation 10 months prior when I raised the issue of me discovering wage information with my supervisor. This conversation wasn't recorded, and all they had was my written statement about the conversations I had and what the older shift supervisor said. They decided that was sufficient to issue me with a first and final warning, but also stand me down from relief work and revoke access to the scheduler software. I calmly told them fine, I disagree with their decision as it was unreasonable being based of an 10 month old conversation with no formal record; and that I was looking for another job. They asked what kind of job I was looking for, to which I responded that it was none of their business. They had the nerve to expect me to work that day. I simply told them that after 3 weeks of uncertainty I was stressed and not able to return for another week and would bring them a medical certificate. I took the outcome to my union who attempted to negotiate a better outcome but nothing changed. When I returned to work I discovered that they had revoked much more than what was agreed on. I no longer was on certain email distribution lists which meant I was in the dark for the majority of things going on. I was somehow expected to do certain tasks but without the necessary access. I decided right there and then that I was doing the bare minimum and if I didn't have the required access I would not do any related tasks. They opted to go with the petty route I laid down my groundwork. I became uncooperative with instructions sent via email because I didn't actually receive the email (not on the mailing list). They issued me with a written warning for not following instructions so I started using up my sick leave for stress (I had lots saved up from 6 years) before handing in my 4 weeks notice. They opted to pay me out instead of having me return, probably thinking that I would try and do something malicious if I returned. Jokes on them. Most staff in my department had a personal folder in the department's network drive where they kept stuff like training notes, resumes etc; which was publicly accessible but also a private network drive linked to your login. Most didn't use the private drive as we couldn't access it on the main network that the user terminals were on, but the department's network drive was. After the crap they took me through previously, I had cleared out my 6 years worth of notes and personal documentation from our public access folders and moved them into my personal employee drive on the network (which is where they should of been kept in the first place). This included configuration settings and options for various machines and software that we used. No one else, not even IT, had as comprehensive documentation as mine, or spent the time I did coherently learning how the various systems worked together in detail. Once IT processed my employee withdrawal, that stuff was gone. I heard down the grapevine that a few months later they were frantically trying to find my notes to fix a serious issue. Not to mention smaller time consuming issues that occur on occasion. Haven't looked back since. TLDR: Boss forced out, new boss crack down, written up for something unreasonable. Made sure my notes would be destroyed when I left. Edit: The only documents I moved were my own personal notes and references. Training materials were not touched. Same with vendor reference documentation. If other people don't want to learn the nuances of their systems and how they interact then that is on them. I moved my notes as an afterthought as I didn't want people going through my stuff. Edit 2: I realize this is only one side of the story and you may disagree with my actions, which is fair. Upper management were attempting to create as meek a workforce as they possibly could as they were wanting to look good to investors. Dozens of staff across multiple departments were pressured to resign or literally side-lined by new hires. The casino was sold around 8 months after I left.
hi guys, so this might be a little long so im just gonna get right into it. ever since i was in the workforce, i have always held down two jobs. i would have one main full time job and then another part time job waiting tables, cashiering, worked at a casino for a bit, or sometimes just mowing lawns. ive always had a good work ethic and having two jobs has just always been my ideal situation. i have a really good sense of community and ive always loved working retail because of the customer and general public interaction it gives me. given being a cashier is not what i want to ultimately do with my life (of course), but it did bring me a good sense of balance whenever i worked a production position being confined to one space for 8 hours a day. im currently in DEP right now, and ship off july 14th. after a school and whenever im not on a ship for months at a time, would getting a part time, low effort job be possible while still continuing my service not at sea? i realize that my loyalties will always lie with the military, and if it ever came down to it i would absolutely give up this said job if my navy MOS required me to do so, but it was just a thought on if i would be able to do something like this. thank you for any advice in advance :)
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