Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Throwback Blog: Respect The Minimum Wage Workers

Blogger’s Note: Throwback blogs are blogs from my past. I start posting past blogs reflecting what I wrote. It's like my "A Second Look" blogs for which I give myself feedback.

Today's throwback blog is titled Respect The Minimum Wage Workers in Feb 2006. The blog is true today. Some people struggle financially in 2006. More people struggle financially today. Everyone is human. Let's treat everyone with dignity no matter the occupation. We're doing our best.

Yes. Respect them. These people are the fast food workers, grocery clerks, waiters and waitresses, busboys, bell hops, customer service representatives, and anyone else working minimal wage. What do these minimum wage workers, blue collar workers, and white collar workers have in common? We are human. Yes, the answer is close. The correct answer is dignity.

Everyone must work to make a living. They include doctors, lawyers, brokers, police officers, maids, grocery clerks, computer analyst, wedding planner, etc. Some of us like our jobs and some of us hate our jobs. No matter the job occupation, we are humans with dignity trying to make a living. We have homes and apartments, likes and dislikes, and other interests outside work. Many of us have families to take care, and many families struggle paycheck to paycheck. The only difference is some of us earn more money. That’s it. There is no other difference. Again, minimum wage workers are humans with dignity just like you and me.

White collar families, the next time you take your kids to McDonalds or Burger King, make sure you smile and say thank you. Don’t give the fast food workers hell. While you take your kids to the all-you-can-drink soda fountain, the disgruntled worker that heard your useless yelling and criticizing is going to spit at your combo meal :-P

For people who need to call customer service, try to solve the problem yourself. Take extra time and use the brain we have to think about the problem and think about the solution. A little extra time doing it yourself goes a long way instead of waiting a long time for the next available customer service representative who may be in a bad mood from the last caller :-( If you solve it, you save yourself and the customer service representative time and possible grief ^_^

Don’t treat or think of minimum wage workers differently that other service workers. Many people are struggling in today’s tough times. It’s anyone guess what’s going to happen.

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Sunday, May 29, 2016

I’m Caught Up

Blogger’s Note: May is pic month. I’m caught up posting pics from my smart phone. Enjoy!

I’m still getting used to my new Samsung Galaxy S7. I admit difficult taking pics with one hand. My phone is enclosed in a protective case. These ten pics are informative in wages, consumer intelligence, Linux commands, and Steph Curry is an MVP basketball player. I’m happy my gym is getting new equipment. I’m sad a ma and pa retail store is closing. And take a look at a collector’s Japanese MahJong set.

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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Welcome My New Phone Samsung Galaxy S7

Blogger’s Note: May is pic month. I’m catching up posting pics from my smart phone. Enjoy!

I got a new phone. I’m getting used to the new camera. Common sense says press the shoot button. There are more options on the S7 than my older phone HTC One M7. Please enjoy the tips, opinions, celebrations, life lessons, and a new law. I win one of the big hands playing Mahjong (Riichi) one of these days.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Goodbye HTC One M7 Phone

Blogger’s Note: May is pic month. I’m catching up posting pics from my smart phone. Enjoy!

The final pics from my HTC One from Aug 2013 to Mar 2016. It was a good phone. The camera was terrible. I hope my readers look forward to my next pics from my new phone.

Eat sushi at a restaurant with good service and high tier American standards to cheer yourself up from a dead car battery. Bad luck is everywhere including the retail industry, expired shaving cream which I believe shouldn’t expire, and professional baseball players. Start practicing your “thinking as an artist” looking at paintings.

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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Advice Pics From Me Or Someone Else

Blogger’s Note: May is pic month. I’m catching up posting pics from my smart phone. Enjoy!

Don’t eat sugary cereals. Car advice for manual transmission and listening to U2 The Joshua Tree music driving to Safeway to play Monopoly. Car maintenance to prevent engine overheating and bright headlights at night. Make a good choice cooking with good BBQ sauce and no whole wheat hot dog buns for Super Bowl.

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Saturday, May 07, 2016

Finishing Year 2015 Pictures Shopping

Blogger’s Note: May is pic month. I’m catching up posting pics from my smart phone. Enjoy!

The last pics for 2015. Shopping at Costco drinking PG-13 Coke, Staples for mailer tubes and desk fans, Safeway for cheese, Home Depot for carpet tape, Orchard Supply Hardware for silicone tape, and Toys R Us liquidation sale. The recycling store closed. Read Jobs’s wisdom being an artist.

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