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    was that wrong?..........




    http://nypost.com/2017/08/10/wolf-of...chy-firm-suit/


    The papers said the Tinton Falls office was “so sexually aggressive, morally repulsive, and unlawfully hostile that it is rivaled only by the businesses portrayed in the films ‘Boiler Room’ and ‘The Wolf of Wall Street.’”

    In one raunchy example of the alleged debauchery, owner Mark Mancino and manager Michael Hamill were described as regularly summoning a female sales representative to a private office by shouting out, “Wendy — get your t-ts in here.”

    Once she was inside the office, Hamill and Mancino could be heard taking turns “motorboating” her breasts, the Middlesex County lawsuit said.

    In a footnote, the court papers describe the lewd act as “placing one’s face in the area between a woman’s breasts and blowing onto her skin while rapidly shaking one’s head, thereby creating a sound similar to that of an outboard boat motor.”
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    If you don't like the working conditions, quit and find another job.
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    Originally Posted by Stinger_1066 View Post
    If you don't like the working conditions, quit and find another job.
    If you see everything in black and white, look for the nuances that make your declarative statements look moronic to everyone but the peabrains you gather to your side with such myopia.
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    Originally Posted by Snickerfritz View Post
    If you see everything in black and white, look for the nuances that make your declarative statements look moronic to everyone but the peabrains you gather to your side with such myopia.
    so lots of women accept money to take their clothes off on stage in front of lots of desperate men......and it's ok...
    if a woman wants to work for $60k/year wearing a short skirt around the office .....bending over to pick up her pen to entertain her boss and partake in motorboating......how is that different?

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    Originally Posted by Snickerfritz View Post
    If you see everything in black and white, look for the nuances that make your declarative statements look moronic to everyone but the peabrains you gather to your side with such myopia.
    I don't see everything in black and white. I see everything in Technicolor.

    People don't have a right to a specific job. They are privileged to have any job that anyone is willing to grant them.

    When the supply of workers exceeds the demand for workers then you have to differentiate yourself in order to have a leg up on your competition.

    If you aren't willing to differentiate yourself then you must not need the job that badly.

    Become a free agent and see what else you can get that is more to your liking.

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    I just checked our company handbook and didn't see anything at all to prohibit motorboating. Hmmm. May need to ask that girl in accounts payable to come in here for a minute.
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    Originally Posted by Stinger_1066 View Post
    I don't see everything in black and white. I see everything in Technicolor.

    People don't have a right to a specific job. They are privileged to have any job that anyone is willing to grant them.

    When the supply of workers exceeds the demand for workers then you have to differentiate yourself in order to have a leg up on your competition.

    If you aren't willing to differentiate yourself then you must not need the job that badly.

    Become a free agent and see what else you can get that is more to your liking.
    Based on your age, I think you meant to say Kodachrome.
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    Originally Posted by SportyJames View Post
    Based on your age, I think you meant to say Kodachrome.
    Platinum Photography is more like it...

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    Originally Posted by SportyJames View Post
    Based on your age, I think you meant to say Kodachrome.
    Shows how much you know.

    Technicolor was invented 19 years before Kodachrome.

    Originally Posted by Caitlyn View Post
    Platinum Photography is more like it...

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    Originally Posted by Stinger_1066 View Post
    Shows how much you know.

    Technicolor was invented 19 years before Kodachrome.
    I am not as old and wise as you are....but, there is no "Technicolor" song is there...
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    I'm just glad I finally know what motorboating is.
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    That motorboating son of a ****.
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    Originally Posted by SportyJames View Post
    I am not as old and wise as you are....but, there is no "Technicolor" song is there...
    Wrong again holmes. This guy is a fun show. And I'm even older and wiser than stingray.

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    Originally Posted by Slytherin View Post
    Wrong again holmes. This guy is a fun show. And I'm even older and wiser than stingray.


    lol.....you claim you have me on ignore....but you click on my threads....

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    Oh yeah, well I bet theres not three songs about Technicolor.

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    Originally Posted by Snickerfritz View Post
    If you see everything in black and white, look for the nuances that make your declarative statements look moronic to everyone but the peabrains you gather to your side with such myopia.
    The only real question is if motor boating was in the job description BEFORE she was hired. If not, I'd love to be her lawyer.

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    Originally Posted by TexasSucks View Post
    The only real question is if motor boating was in the job description BEFORE she was hired. If not, I'd love to be her lawyer.
    i think you're confused.....
    the one partaking in the motorboating is NOT the one suing....she likes it.....she was banging her boss....

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    Originally Posted by TexasSucks View Post
    The only real question is if motor boating was in the job description BEFORE she was hired. If not, I'd love to be her lawyer.
    Apparently they did warn people when they came in for their job interviews. This quote was towards the end of the article:

    Male managers would often bring inflatable sex dolls with exposed breasts into interviews with the prospects, the suit said.

    “This is how we do business here,” the potential hires allegedly were told. “Have you ever been to an interview with a sex doll?”

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