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Lilith666

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About Lilith666

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    Infidel
  • Birthday 04/04/1995

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    Female
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    The Upside Down
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    I have two main hobbies: I love music and love to read. I also like art galleries, drama, and playing with my iPod. Of course, theology and philosophy are big ones, since I'm on here.
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    I quit Christianity on November 22, sometime in the afternoon, when I was 14 years old. I had been having guiltily suppressed doubts for a couple years, but then I read a chapter of the missionary Jack Popjes' book A Kick in the Pants, in which he said Jesus had been sent to save the world
    mainly for God's glory, to make people want to worship him. (If you read
    the Old Testament, particularly Exodus and Job, it gets into God glorifying
    himself quite a bit.) Well, a seasoned Christian like Popjes saying that
    broke my faith in the point of Christianity. Why should I trust Jesus if
    salvation is really about polishing God's pedestal? If you want to read
    about other things that are wrong with it, like the Bible's sexist double
    standards and winking at rapists, comment on my profile. Best wishes to all other infidels. 

    P.S. I should probably clarify that I am not a Satanist. I know Satanists like the number 666, but I think they misuse it. To me, it is a symbol of secularism, of my non-Xian values, because Xians consider that number to be evil. So I like it. I hate killing, I don't want to go to hell, and I enjoy being happy. 

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
    Truth and peace.

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  1. Is it legal for an employer to penalize a worker for leaving early due to illness, even after the worker provides requested documentation?

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    2. TrueFreedom

      TrueFreedom

      I have the impression that it's legal to fire someone for being sick too often or for any reason whatsoever in a right to work state.

    3. Lilith666

      Lilith666

      I wasn't talking about someone being sick too often, but providing documentation and still being penalized. What happened was a coworker said she had miscarried at work, went home, and brought a doctor's note as the handbook instructs and still received a point on her record. Which if she had had enough points (the discipline system is ridiculous there to begin with) could have gotten her fired.

      I found out this girl is moving to another department, and she showed little interest in pursuing the issue, so I won't spend my time on that even though I think it would be worthwhile to call out the employer for other workers' sakes. Thanks anyway.

    4. TrueFreedom

      TrueFreedom

      A good HR person/department can be priceless in a situation like that. A bad one, however...

       

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