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Old 02-23-2013, 03:27 PM   #1
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Default When Roseanne decided to quit her job at the factory it was because she

could afford to because she had a husband who worked. Why the hell did Jackie quit?
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could afford to because she had a husband who worked. Why the hell did Jackie quit?
Jakcie quit (Along with Crystal and Their other friends) in support of Roseanne.
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Jackie was all on her own with no working husband. Crystal didn't have a working husband either and she had a young son to support which puts her in a tougher position than Jackie. I think Crystal had it the toughest out of all of them. Vonda's husband worked, too. So Roseanne and Vonda didn't have too much to worry about.
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Jakcie quit (Along with Crystal and Their other friends) in support of Roseanne.

I know but your situation has to allow it-LOL Like back in 2005 I wanted to quit so bad but knew I could not because I still had to pay rent and had no one helping me
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Jackie was all on her own with no working husband. Crystal didn't have a working husband either and she had a young son to support which puts her in a tougher position than Jackie. I think Crystal had it the toughest out of all of them. Vonda's husband worked, too. So Roseanne and Vonda didn't have too much to worry about.

Yeah I forgot all about Crystal. lol
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I think it was because the new guy in charge was a jerk and lets face it, Roseanne goes, how great would it be for Jackie and Company to stay there? He would treat them as bad as he treated Roseanne.
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I think it was because the new guy in charge was a jerk and lets face it, Roseanne goes, how great would it be for Jackie and Company to stay there? He would treat them as bad as he treated Roseanne.


All Roseanne had to do was change her attitude. She was the main reason for how the boss was acting. I have never been disrespectful to a boss in my life.
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I agree - she just didn't want to modify her crappy behavior and I feel she quit because she couldn't get away with goofing off as she did at that restaurant in the mall. Speaking as a supervisor, I would have NEVER put up with her garbage and would have gotten rid of her. Back then it was easier to get rid of lazy workers when now you have to go through all kinds of crap because the law seems to be on the side of lazy and self-entitled moochers. Sad but very true!
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I agree - she just didn't want to modify her crappy behavior and I feel she quit because she couldn't get away with goofing off as she did at that restaurant in the mall. Speaking as a supervisor, I would have NEVER put up with her garbage and would have gotten rid of her. Back then it was easier to get rid of lazy workers when now you have to go through all kinds of crap because the law seems to be on the side of lazy and self-entitled moochers. Sad but very true!
Roseanne was a very lazy, disrespectful employee. If she just would have lost her crappy attitude when she was working at Wellman's, that supervisor Mr. Faber would have lightened up. He was the boss, so Roseanne should have been much more respectful to him. It seemed like she was looking for any excuse to quit.
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Roseanne was a very lazy, disrespectful employee. If she just would have lost her crappy attitude when she was working at Wellman's, that supervisor Mr. Faber would have lightened up. He was the boss, so Roseanne should have been much more respectful to him. It seemed like she was looking for any excuse to quit.

And she was almost 40 with 3 kids acting like that
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And she was almost 40 with 3 kids acting like that
Really! Her behavior was more like a rebellious teenager.
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Don't forget - the older lady quit with them also.
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Don't forget - the older lady quit with them also.

I would have stayed since I have bills That was some stupid sh*T to just walk out of a job and not have another and would not be able to get unemployment

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I would have stayed since I have bills That was some stupid sh*T to just walk out of a job and not have another and would not be able to get unemployment

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I don't think that I would have been able to stay. Knowing that things were only going to get worse and knowing that your boss is just picking on you just to piss you off. There is only so much a person can take before they snap and for my sanity and those who are living around me I would have quit as well.
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I don't think that I would have been able to stay. Knowing that things were only going to get worse and knowing that your boss is just picking on you just to piss you off. There is only so much a person can take before they snap and for my sanity and those who are living around me I would have quit as well.

I was at a job in 2005 where i had a supervisor who picked on me every day and would ask.........."what are you working on?

I kept asking myself........"Do you want to quit since you have $8000 in the bank? But then I thought that It was too risky and just decided to deal with the crazy muther****er lol
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