My one thing is to call my doctor and get an itemized bill for a recent visit. My insurance isn't covering the visit and the doctor is charging $200 (!) for what was 20 minutes of his time so I think I'm being priced gauged.
Isn't doing something like WOOFing just displacing somebody who would otherwise be getting paid to do that job? I would think it's just as bad as somebody taking an unpaid internship, by doing so you're propping a system that devalues workers.
Obviously the New Yorker. I don't understand what "Barista Standard" means in regards to a KeepCup.
My last haircut was by a drunk guy at a party who kept saying he's never cut a woman's hair before. It's seriously the best haircut I've ever had, the man is the next Vidal Sassoon.
@wrappedupinbooks I thought it was supposed to be a play on "Au" being the periodic table symbol for gold. I was thinking "Dr. Gold...? Because it's ironic that she isn't making a lot of money?"
@Lily Rowan I spent weeks in Reykjavik on a workcation and Iceland Airwaves. Such a great city! So many good hot dogs and burgers
Soooo - when I was a 19 year old barista all my friends got free drinks (but I only had like three friends). I justified it because the policy of the cafe was we as baristas were entitled to free drinks at all times, even off shift so I just took that policy to it's logical extreme.
@Adam F Yeah, I get you. The tone of that movie is complicated
The first word that comes to my mind when I think of Cutie and the Boxer isn't "adorable"....
I'm a tourist in Washington D.C. today so lot's of money!