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User avatar #28 - thegamerslife (07/06/2013) [-]
They can't take your right to open a competing business away. and searches of personal property...these people are ******* retarded and full of themselves.
User avatar #117 to #28 - ilovetocuddle (07/06/2013) [-]
I've worked t toysRus and Ocean state job lots, and they both have bag inspection at end of shift. Basically you just open your purse they glance you leave. not so bad.
User avatar #189 to #117 - zaxzwim (07/06/2013) [-]
that's understandable though because you can steel crap from there but what are you going to take from the kitchen. a cucumber?
User avatar #211 to #189 - ilovetocuddle (07/07/2013) [-]
A girl needs her cucumbers...
User avatar #212 to #211 - zaxzwim (07/07/2013) [-]
first day i was working in the kitchen the head chef was showing me around and he says "have a look at the size of this carrot" so i say "it's like a foot long" and he said "we have carrots here that could keep a lonely house maid happy for a week" it was the funniest **** ever
User avatar #213 to #212 - zaxzwim (07/07/2013) [-]
he left though about 2 months ago
User avatar #214 to #213 - ilovetocuddle (07/07/2013) [-]
My boss's have no personality sadly.
User avatar #215 to #214 - zaxzwim (07/07/2013) [-]
damn that's gotta suck
User avatar #196 to #189 - dyllygaf (07/07/2013) [-]
Kitchens usually have a lot of expensive equipment, if an employee stole a few special knives or something like that it could potentially cost hundreds of dollars
User avatar #199 to #196 - zaxzwim (07/07/2013) [-]
oh i can't 'cause the chefs take all the stuff with them everynight before i leave
User avatar #200 to #199 - dyllygaf (07/07/2013) [-]
lol probably a good idea with people like you around

"Hmm, maybe I SHOULD steal **** from work"
User avatar #201 to #200 - zaxzwim (07/07/2013) [-]
it's worth a try. those knives are good quality and i never done it before so it would be worth a shot... no one would expect me
User avatar #202 to #201 - dyllygaf (07/07/2013) [-]
Well I guess I can't stop you, so if you see any CutCo brand knives, go for those first, they're the most expensive
User avatar #203 to #202 - zaxzwim (07/07/2013) [-]
theres a few of those! and we just hired a new person aswell
User avatar #205 to #203 - dyllygaf (07/07/2013) [-]
Oh boy lol well have fun and good luck
User avatar #208 to #205 - zaxzwim (07/07/2013) [-]
i also have a week off work so i'll let you know in a week or so
User avatar #209 to #208 - dyllygaf (07/07/2013) [-]
Haha sounds good
User avatar #207 to #205 - zaxzwim (07/07/2013) [-]
i'll let you know how it goes
User avatar #197 to #196 - zaxzwim (07/07/2013) [-]
i never thought of steeling knives... i should try that
User avatar #105 to #28 - Blarge **User deleted account** (07/06/2013) [-]
yes you have the right to search anything that goes on or off your property in the USA
User avatar #94 to #28 - kinda (07/06/2013) [-]
Actually, if it is your private property, you have the right to search any one and anything. If they do not want to be searched, they have the right to leave immediately.

At least that's how it is in Washington, USA
User avatar #223 to #94 - thegamerslife (07/07/2013) [-]
I love living in WA, but you are still wrong about the bag searching. I can't search my friends backpack after he stays the night cause I just want to make sure he didn't steal anything. you have to have reasonable suspicion then call an officer out to handle the search.
also I could just see the argument "no you can't do a cavity search"
"hey, you came over to MY house, I get to search anything I want"
"fine..." just a bit of humor
User avatar #146 to #94 - crazyhindu (07/06/2013) [-]
really? I don't think anyone can just search you, if you're on their property I mean if they claim they can because they own what you're standing i would claim they can't because you own what you're holding.
User avatar #232 to #146 - kinda (07/07/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure they can if you're on their property..
If they don't want to be searched, leave.
Like at ball games, stadiums, museums, movie theaters, etc. They search your bag for outside food, weapons, etc. I don't think they're special just because they're a largely populated private space.

I hope that makes sense..
User avatar #235 to #232 - crazyhindu (07/07/2013) [-]
ah yes that does make sense. but are you allowed to search employee's? especially if they are suspected of nothing?
User avatar #236 to #235 - kinda (07/07/2013) [-]
They do it all the time. When my older brother worked at a Jewelry and Pawn Shop they searched each employee before they left. They got a pat down in a stall and looking in their bags.

For the suspicion thing, is everyone at a movie theater suspected of sneaking in snacks? Or does everyone at a concert have a gun? I think it's allowed if it;s precautionary, or if they just want to.
User avatar #238 to #236 - thegamerslife (07/07/2013) [-]
Precautionary does not override the 4th amendment In such a way. you are right in the case of ENTERING! when entering a movie theater for instance they can ask that I not bring in my bag, and wave a wand over me to search for my gun(they are not allowed to touch you, or physically search you). I have the right to say no you may not which would then lead to not being allowed entry. Once you have been allowed onto a property it is not there place to stop you and try to search you, that is the security or cops job (also noting a security guard can only detain you until the cop gets there who can actually initiate a pat down, or search with probable cause)

So when someone wants to enter my private property a search can be asked, but not afterwards. immediately leaving is one option when the person claims without search you are not welcome, to which staying would be trespassing.

P.S. I hate the thought police. well because we think you might do this, we need to do this to you in return.
User avatar #237 to #236 - crazyhindu (07/07/2013) [-]
huh, well thank you for being kind or should i say kinda nice, and not an asstwat, have a nice day.
#64 to #28 - brutallyhonest (07/06/2013) [-]
Is that subjective to context? My mom sued my dad years ago, and because he could afford better lawyers, we lost our pizza place; and she can't open another one under her name on the island.
User avatar #224 to #64 - thegamerslife (07/07/2013) [-]
Yes it is. she lost a lawsuit pertaining to the ownership of a pizza restaurant. I imagine it is do to that lawsuit. someone just being terminated from working at a restaurant doesn't not limit that person from starting there own. My employer a few years back has a mobile windows screen business and had everyone sign a similar contract and I told him I know that doesn't hold weight in court and he admit he knows but asked that I not mention that to other employees (one of them (scott) could have easily opened his own and crushed my employers business within a year (better business model)
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