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Shoppers Drug Mart Recruiting Volunteers to Staff Stores
  • Not the post but the ad has been posted more then once.

  • Shoppers Drug Mart Recruiting Volunteers to Staff Stores
  • This is not the first time this has been posted (the "job" ad) so ether they are looking for free work (and belong in this part of lemmy) or are so incompetent to make the same mistake again (and belong in this part of lemmy).

  • Shoppers Drug Mart Recruiting Volunteers to Staff Stores
  • I remember having the argument 20 years ago about working for free so you can put it on your CV. Not so happy to see it progress past interns and right to general labour.

  • Shoppers Drug Mart Recruiting Volunteers to Staff Stores

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/21284770

    > Role Description > > This is a part-time on-site volunteer role at Shoppers Drug Mart in Toronto, ON. As a volunteer, you will be responsible for assisting with various tasks and providing support to the staff. This may include helping customers find products, restocking shelves, organizing inventory, and maintaining a clean and organized store environment. Your role as a volunteer is crucial in ensuring that our customers have a positive and seamless shopping experience. > > > !

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    Shoppers Drug Mart Recruiting Volunteers to Staff Stores
  • Well, great another cross post to a boring dystopia. Thanks loblaws

  • Obscure screw added so appliance cannot be disassembled
  • Oh, I have that bit. Its not even the weirdest

  • Americans are choking on surging fast-food prices. "I can't justify the expense," one customer says
  • One Jr Bacon cheese burger is now $3.49 where I am, there are no longer 4 for deals......

  • Extra Moons in comically large coats.

    More extras from this weeks challenge

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    [Community Challenge 34] Fashion
  • In the bingilator: "Sailor moon struts her stuff while wearing the largest most fashionable neon coat ever made." (12 tries)

  • more Sailor Moon Poon
  • But I very much do!

    The bingilator hates the cage, closest I can get (using Cameron Poe from con air) is this:

  • After 16 years, Ecobee is shutting down support for the original smart thermostat
  • You know (I hope) that that functionality does not require a cloud based service right? You are describing features for things I was playing around with 20 years ago, what you need is a program or app, not a live service. The appeal of controlling your things from your phone is not new.

  • After 16 years, Ecobee is shutting down support for the original smart thermostat
  • I will never understand the appeal for cloud based home automation.

    All the spying aside, 16 years and your thermostat is no longer supported sounds ok until you think about how if you replace everything with cloud based equivalents you are always going to be having to replace things going out of service. I think its funny that you pay more for a device that lasts for lot less (How many thermostats have people seen fail?). I guess the companies are happy?

  • more Sailor Moon Poon
  • Ok, how did you get Nick Cage as Sailor Moon?

  • Extra Moon Warlords
  • Happy corpse pile.

    This one also had the pile:

  • [Community Challenge 33] Cozy Catastrophy
  • Eh, I get them across lemmy. Pay it no mind, just someone who looks up my account's recent posts and down votes them. (I think?)

  • [Community Challenge 33] Cozy Catastrophy
  • The bingilator gives you no tools, just a prompt line. I like it partly due to this, as it will surprise me.

    Also for some reason I am getting power ranger vibes from your photos of.

  • Extra Moon Warlords
  • And oddly good trigger discipline...

  • [Community Challenge 33] Cozy Catastrophy
  • Oh, how topical.

    Really wish you would share your secrets, I too want to get terrible things as output.

  • Extra Moon Warlords
  • I keep making the Bingilator do these. For some reason I like to see what little things change.

  • Extra Moon Warlords

    Had some extras from this weeks challenge that I wanted to share.

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    [Community Challenge 33] Cozy Catastrophy
  • I had some great fun with this one.

    Prompt in the Bingilator (17 tries): "Sailor moon with a long dress sits on a her throne as the dominant warlord in a post apocalyptic world. Sailor moon is very happy."

  • We can do all three things at once
  • So not only no sources but you are in fact not "done here"?

  • We can do all three things at once
  • Please provide valid sources to back up your comment. Thanks.

  • Possible snipers seen at OSU. Administration says they're not snipers but should be treated like they are.

    cross-posted from: https://midwest.social/post/11490010

    > Update, yes there are snipers: > > > > !

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    www.thepublica.com High Court In India Rules That Viewing, Downloading Child Porn Is Not A Crime - The Publica

    The Supreme Court of India is hearing arguments from child protection organizations after the Madras High Court ruled that downloading and watching child pornography is not a criminal offense. In January, the High Court dismissed charges against 28-year-old S. Harish, who was caught in possession of...

    High Court In India Rules That Viewing, Downloading Child Porn Is Not A Crime - The Publica
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    www.thepublica.com High Court In India Rules That Viewing, Downloading Child Porn Is Not A Crime - The Publica

    The Supreme Court of India is hearing arguments from child protection organizations after the Madras High Court ruled that downloading and watching child pornography is not a criminal offense. In January, the High Court dismissed charges against 28-year-old S. Harish, who was caught in possession of...

    High Court In India Rules That Viewing, Downloading Child Porn Is Not A Crime - The Publica
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    www.nola.com Louisiana lawmakers vote to remove lunch breaks for child workers, cut unemployment benefits

    A Louisiana House committee voted Thursday to repeal a law requiring employers to give child workers lunch breaks and to cut unemployment benefits — part of a push by Republicans

    Louisiana lawmakers vote to remove lunch breaks for child workers, cut unemployment benefits

    Yay.... more bad news from the land of the free.

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    They really want people to RTO

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/14342827

    > Source- but beware, the site is cancer.

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    apnews.com Can homeless people be fined for sleeping outside? A rural Oregon city asks the US Supreme Court

    The rural city of Grants Pass in southern Oregon has become the unlikely face of the nation’s homelessness crisis as its case over anti-camping laws goes to the U.S.

    Can homeless people be fined for sleeping outside? A rural Oregon city asks the US Supreme Court

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/19341435

    > The scenes were emblematic of the crisis gripping the small, Oregon mountain town of Grants Pass, where a fierce fight over park space has become a battleground for a much larger, national debate on homelessness that has reached the U.S. Supreme Court. > > The town’s case, set to be heard April 22, has broad implications for how not only Grants Pass, but communities nationwide address homelessness, including whether they can fine or jail people for camping in public. It has made the town of 40,000 the unlikely face of the nation’s homelessness crisis, and further fueled the debate over how to deal with it. > > “I certainly wish this wasn’t what my town was known for,” Mayor Sara Bristol told The Associated Press last month. “It’s not the reason why I became mayor. And yet it has dominated every single thing that I’ve done for the last 3 1/2 years.” > > Officials across the political spectrum — from Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom in California, which has nearly 30% of the nation’s homeless population, to a group of 22 conservative-led states — have filed briefs in the case, saying lower court rulings have hamstrung their ability to deal with encampments.

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    www.sun-sentinel.com DeSantis signs controversial bill banning civilian boards from investigating police misconduct

    Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a controversial bill Friday stripping citizen oversight boards of their power to investigate police misconduct.

    DeSantis signs controversial bill banning civilian boards from investigating police misconduct

    I keep seeing more and more news that fits here.....

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    Police in Japan have arrested a 36-year-old man on suspicion of selling illegally modified Pokémon save data to customers online
    www.ign.com Japanese Police Arrest 36-Year-Old Man on Suspicion of Tampering With Pokémon Violet Save Data - IGN

    Police in Japan have arrested a 36-year-old man on suspicion of selling illegally modified Pokémon save data to customers online — a practice which is banned under the country’s 2019 Unfair Competition Prevention Act.

    Japanese Police Arrest 36-Year-Old Man on Suspicion of Tampering With Pokémon Violet Save Data - IGN

    Well today has been rich in boring dystopic news.....

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    Dang it, why are they not working more jobs?!

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    Gourmet Rule

    cross-posted from: https://slrpnk.net/post/8485106

    > Definitely has nothing to do with sky-rocketing food prices in our capitalist hellscape.

    Looking for the original link still.....

    Edit, found it:

    https://www.businessinsider.com/millennials-gen-z-splurge-groceries-spending-inflation-gen-z-boomers-2024-4

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    Millennials are exhausted by working more for less.
    www.theguardian.com Millennials are exhausted by working more for less | Letters

    Letters: Readers respond to an article about quitting the rat race, with some saying their generation was handed an untenable position and others saying the struggle is nothing new

    Millennials are exhausted by working more for less | Letters

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/13942559

    > (water is wet and fire is hot).

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    Multigenerational housing is coming back in a big way. Americans used to live in multigenerational homes. We’re starting to, again
    www.vox.com Multigenerational housing is coming back in a big way

    Americans used to live in multigenerational homes. We’re starting to, again.

    Multigenerational housing is coming back in a big way

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/13793832

    > Layla Ahmed is, by any measure, a responsible adult. She works at a nonprofit in Nashville helping refugees. Makes 50k a year. Saves money. Pays her bills on time. > > But there’s another measure of adulthood that has so far eluded her. Ahmed, 23, moved back in with her parents after graduating college in 2022.  > > “There is a perception that those who live with their parents into their 20s are either bums or people who are not hard-working,” she told the Today, Explained podcast. > > Being neither of those things, Ahmed and her situation actually point to a growing trend in America right now: More adults, especially younger adults, are either moving back in with family or never leaving at all.  > > According to the Pew Research Center, a quarter of all adults ages 25 to 34 now live in a multigenerational living situation (which it defines as a household with two or more adult generations).  > > It’s a number that’s been creeping upward since the early ‘70s but has swung up precipitously in the last 15 years. The decennial US Census measures multigenerational living slightly differently (three or more generations living together), but the trend still checks out. From 2010 to 2020, there was a nearly 18 percent increase in the number of multigenerational households.

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    www.nbcnews.com Kids as young as 14 were found working at a Tennessee factory that makes lawn mower parts

    The company, Tuff Torq, was fined nearly $300,000 for hiring 10 children. It must also set aside $1.5 million to help the immigrant minors who were illegally employed.

    Kids as young as 14 were found working at a Tennessee factory that makes lawn mower parts

    cross-posted from: https://mander.xyz/post/11235723

    > cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/13576449 > > > The company, Tuff Torq, was fined nearly $300,000 for hiring 10 children. It must also set aside $1.5 million to help the immigrant minors who were illegally employed. > > > > Immigrant children as young as 14 were found working illegally amid dangerous heavy equipment at a Tennessee firm that makes parts for lawn mowers sold by John Deere and other companies, according to Labor Department officials. > > > > The company, Tuff Torq, was fined nearly $300,000 for hiring 10 children. As part of a consent agreement with the federal government, the company is also required to set aside $1.5 million to help the children who were illegally employed. Ryan Pott, general counsel for Tuff Torq’s majority owner, the Japanese firm Yanmar, acknowledged the violations to NBC News.

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    www.nbcnews.com Kids as young as 14 were found working at a Tennessee factory that makes lawn mower parts

    The company, Tuff Torq, was fined nearly $300,000 for hiring 10 children. It must also set aside $1.5 million to help the immigrant minors who were illegally employed.

    Kids as young as 14 were found working at a Tennessee factory that makes lawn mower parts

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/13576449

    > The company, Tuff Torq, was fined nearly $300,000 for hiring 10 children. It must also set aside $1.5 million to help the immigrant minors who were illegally employed. > > Immigrant children as young as 14 were found working illegally amid dangerous heavy equipment at a Tennessee firm that makes parts for lawn mowers sold by John Deere and other companies, according to Labor Department officials. > > The company, Tuff Torq, was fined nearly $300,000 for hiring 10 children. As part of a consent agreement with the federal government, the company is also required to set aside $1.5 million to help the children who were illegally employed. Ryan Pott, general counsel for Tuff Torq’s majority owner, the Japanese firm Yanmar, acknowledged the violations to NBC News.

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