That Time An Xfinity Repairman Caused Multiple Slideoffs and Accidents Because He Didn't Want To Put Up Some Cones

I work at a Starbucks, and a few weeks/months ago, to celebrate their 50 years as a company, we had this cardboard foldout thing in the corner of the lobby. Around it were a bunch of sticky notes and pens, intended for people to write positive things on. We were supposed to check it every once in a while to make sure nobody wrote anything inappropriate. And I know I could've gotten in trouble if someone had written something bad about the store, no matter how true it is.

So, as much as I hate Comcast, the person who called the cops on you was probably worried about losing their job because of you putting that as your name. When you didn't leave after you were told to, you were trespassing. So if you weren't going to leave, and that person was afraid of losing their job, really they did the only thing they could. Don't make the lives of employees who have nothing to do with a company's practices miserable then try to make yourself sound like the hero.

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