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Meanwhile in Florida…


Meanwhile in Florida…


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  1. This might seem cute and funny, but when bosses do shit like this, their employees are putting themselves at risk by staying to work.

    My boss tried that with a Hurricane Michael after the mandatory evacuation was given. After a mandatory evacuation, EMS services are suspended/extremely limited. Bridges are closed (this was my biggest concern as there is water on 3 sides of where I live and bridges are the only way off, unless I drive an hour in a different direction). It’s not a fun situation. I’m already freaked out by bad weather as it is.

    I got a call saying I was expected to be at work. Politely told them that I wouldn’t be coming in. I didn’t expect that phone call at all. I was already hours away. There were cops in our parking lot turning people away, telling them all the businesses in our complex were closed. The parking lot itself was already flooded. 0% chance we would have done any business anyhow.

    Unless the owner was the only one working at the establishment in this picture, then I absolutely do not respect the move to stay open. If he forced employees to stay and not get to safety, he’s garbage, in my opinion.

  2. Just using this opportunity to spread the gospel about the [Waffle House Index](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waffle_House_Index#targetText=The%20Waffle%20House%20Index%20is,assistance%20required%20for%20disaster%20recovery.) by FEMA’s former Director Craig Fugate:

    > The index has three levels, based on the extent of operations and service at the restaurant following a storm:
    > GREEN: full menu – restaurant has power and damage is limited or no damage at all.
    > YELLOW: limited menu – no power or only power from a generator, or food supplies may be low.
    > RED: the restaurant is closed – indicating severe damage or severe flooding

  3. *Barking dog*

    What’s that, ol’ yeller? Florida is getting hit with another hurricane?

    *Arf arf*

    There’s another mandatory evacuation and thousands refuse to leave again, you say?

    *Arf! Arf, arf!*

    You are telling me that the death toll is once again going to be somewhere between entirely avoidable and depressingly unnecessary?

    *Arf, whine*

    It really is sad, yeah. Takes all sorts I suppose.

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