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These kind of signs are an invitation to a horrible scam that force you to spend hundreds of dollars on their "classes" and textbooks.
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This is nothing more than a vicious multi-level marketing scam. You get to go to a meeting at a local hotel where high pressure tactics are used to get desperate people to spend big bucks to sign up for a training course.
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Yeah, went through same thing too many times. When they make promises ("I think there's a raise in your future in six months." "No, we're not planning any layoffs..." "Yes, you can have Christmas off...") which are nebulous or they refuse to put in writing or they have no written policy about, start looking hard for another job.
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From the USDA's own web page on eligible food items: In some areas, restaurants can be authorized to accept SNAP benefits from qualified homeless, elderly, or disabled people in exchange for low-cost meals. Households CANNOT use SNAP benefits to buy: Beer, wine, liquor, cigarettes or tobacco Any nonfood items, such as: pet foods soaps, paper products household supplies Vitamins and medicines Food that will be eaten in the store Hot foods
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That's why in the bad old days of retail when we had nametags with labelmaker names on them, I put "Noah Comprendo" on a spare name tag and wore that so that if a customer called the Mexi-phobic store manager to complain about me, when he asked for my name, all he got was "Noah Comprendo, Noah Comprendo". That's when the manager would hang up on the customer mumbling about stupid people who don't speak English.
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