Friday, February 11, 2011 1:51:09 PM
And then there are those who say her resignation is admission of fault. HELL NO! I would have done the same thing. I would have responded with, "If resigning or suspension are my only 2 options, then I quit. I don't want to work under unreasonable high-and-mighty bastards, and you`ll be hearing from my lawyer for this injustice."
Sorry for the double-post, but this sort of abuse just ROYALLY pisses me off.
Friday, February 11, 2011 1:42:01 PM
I can't believe some of the morons who commented on that article. "Oh, she was stupid for having a FB account in the first place. You should never ever give out truthful information about yourself on the internet ever."
I`m sorry, are you drating kidding me? Are these the same people who give out false information when they decide purchase anything online too? I bet they personally deliver all of their utility bills too. Bullpoo. Faulting her under that kind of logic is COMPLETELY RIDICULOUS.
As she said, she had her privacy settings on (which should narrow down who it was that "turned her in"), she was being responsible about it. You should not have your job threatened for anything you do that`s LEGAL.
What`s next? Teachers can`t get pregnant because it promotes teen pregnancy? Nah, I think that would make a stronger case.