As an American, I really wish our newscasters were like the ones in Australia, they feel so much more human and enjoyable to listen to. Ours are stick up the ass robots that can’t be disturbed or make a mistake and I hate that we let it become our standard.
@TriangleTesticles, As an Australian I have to say that our presenters are robots that are sometimes allowed to laugh
@TriangleTesticles, American, pls tell me this. How is American employment law? I keep seeing Americans getting fired for the most stupidiest crap. Like you're with a company and you accidentally took home a company pen.... You're fired.
In Australia depending on your tenure and position, it's quite hard to be fired unless you do something illegal.
@hasher2288, we have "at will employment". Meaning you are employed at the will of your employer and they can fire you again, at their will. You can also quit at your own will. It can lead to some issues, but for the most part IME it's pretty much fine. Don't be a crappy employee and you'll keep your job. It has helped some of my employees before though. No red tape to fire someone they reasonably thought was on drugs and stealing from the company.
@mas2de, we have that in Australia. Called casual employment. They can fire you for whatever reason and you can leave without notice.
Is at will employment popular or common there?
@hasher2288, country wide afaik
@Harlett O Scara, I can’t argue with your logic
Go take a selfie with your fish sandwich
Holy shït the real life Thugnifficent ain’t black
Please don't record your tv screen.
Thank you for correctly using GenZ instead of Millennials.
Oh my god that man is my local reporter!