Lifegaurd Fired for Saving a Man's Life

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+3 1. ringmaster commented 334 days ago

The employer is a jerk, hope he chokes on the sand or some water! An other clear message to you, it's not your beach, the beach belongs to the life guards <3
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+7 2. MicoMaco commented 334 days ago

This is so USA.
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+3 3. snotraddict commented 334 days ago

Nothing personal, it's just business. >:)
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+3 4. nomaddaf commented 333 days ago

#2 I love the US and still think it is in the top 3 or 4 places to live, but on this you are sadly right. Only in the US could liability issues cause this to be the policy. But the owner of this privet firm doesn't want to lose all he has worked for over a stupid law suit. As Shakespeare said ..."kill all the lawyers".
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+3 5. buckleg08 commented 333 days ago

whoever made the law should be the person drowning and the lifeguard could not help because of "liability issues"...>:)
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+2 6. Alaric commented 333 days ago

#4 "Privet" meaning: A Russian greeting equivalent to "hello" in English and "hola" in Spanish
"Hey man, privet!"
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+1 7. Judge-Jake commented 333 days ago

QUOTATION: “If the law supposes that,” said Mr. Bumble,… “the law is a ass......
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+1 8. cochise commented 333 days ago

Could the need to set and follow harsh ( Keep your job) rules be human and the ability to be separate from those rules a wonderful American trait? After all these millennial knew beforehand they would do the right thing. Doing so liberated themselves from such draconian (note Draco ) policies.