Customer: "why are you guys working?"
Us: "BC U HERE!!!"
@speedway guy, so accurate
@speedway guy, all day, every day, and every customer!
@speedway guy, they don’t give af that we’re there. They care that those checks cash every other week
Me, a filthy non essential, bowing down to the Lord's keeping our society together, thank you kind sirs and madames
@Sivls, no worries mate
@Sivls, crack head delivery drivers are essential. And you're not?
@dj evolve fan club, nah, clothing retail isn't essential, so my work has been closed. Still getting paid tho, so I'm thankful for that
@dj evolve fan club, i gotta try to do my best to not 'drunk message' on here anymore
Sorry bout dat
@Sivls, you're welcome. ;)
My factory is trying to get us labelled key workers so we can go back to work. I make home chargers for electric cars. When our supervisor told the ceo she is worried about catching corona and dying he laughed at her. From his home. Where he is staying safe
@volence, just in case you thought they cared for you. They want money. And if I was ceo I’d do the same thing
The real irony here is that job automation is ramping up, and guess who's fields of practice will be replaced first? ESSENTIAL jobs.
Why? Because they are:
@) Most expensive
8) Most difficult to replace quickly
¢) Highly procedural/rigorously documented
D) Most boring, if you remove the human interaction.
Plebs we are, but we are irreplaceable plebs.
It took 3 weeks of complaining and a threat from my entire crew to get my supervisors to allow is to work from home. I don't want to go outside, I swear.
My town sent out a mass notification that there are too .any vehicles on the road and reminded that all non-essential travel should be ceased.
As a driver who's delivering medical supplies into one of the worst hit areas I feel this on a spiritual level
I'm essential. Apparently making sandwiches holds together the fabric of society.
According to my company I am an essential security worker, but it sure doesn't feel like it as I aimlessly wander around an empty hotel/resort in Nashville.
Me an essential worker whose literal job is to travel all around the city interacting with people the entire time. Unless they don't let me in.