EDIT11-09-2010 @4:58PMBarbara Gilman said...vote upvote downReport NeutralAnd he lied? He lied! A bold, bare-faced lie. He said he did not throw the hot dogs away. An incredible example of our loose society. Lying is all right "until you get caught", I've heard kids say but Todd never buckled even faced down. Hope none of his employees are penalized for lying.
And he lied? He lied. A bold, bare-faced lie. He did not through the hot dogs away. An incredible example of our loose society. Lying is all right "until you get caught" I've heard kids say but Todd never buckled even then. Hope none of the employees are penalized for lying.
As a "cursed by birth Cub fan", I watched the program. I thought Rickett's came off like a jerk.
They Gave The Cleaning Crew walkie talkies so they would nt have to use Their OWN PHONES ! ! WOW ! Lets see, > Walkie Talkies For 15 People Maybe 20? THATS CRAZY GENOROUS ! Then He Bought 4 Hotdogs $$$ Oh & the $1000 Box Seats That havent been Filled ! WOW ! UNREAL ! Now to The "4x4 SHED", How nice that they now have a trailer... DID YOU GET one of those Nice US Government Trailers That they Made for Katrina? The 4ft x 4 ft Shed Was More Than enough for 5? ! guys. And That Pledge To Clean out the Locker Room Was OVER THE TOP ! Wow WHAT A PLACE TO WORK ! TREAT EM LIKE SHIT,THEN TOSS EM A BONE... THEN PRAISE THE BONE TOSSER !
Oh it is so wonderful how the compassionate bosses come down from Olympus and grace the lowley peons and wage slaves with their wonderful presence and perform wonderful acts of kindness for the people who labor for them and make them rich. This show makes me want to puke!
LOSER!...HE LIED TO ROCCO 3 TIMES...FIRST TIME I EVER THREW MY FLIP FLOP AT THE TV SCREEN
Every episode is the same. The boss works with "random" employees, all of whom have heartstring pulling kinds of stories. It's the same every episode, and obviously contrived.
Glad to see they did a show at Wrigley! The Cubs and their fans are the greatest. I take my Dad to a game at least once a year, and we have a great time, the ball park is awesome. I got the DVR set every week for this show and havent seen this episode yet, but will be watching it soon. GO CUBS!!
Cubs fans live and die for their team. Employees who have worked for the organization should receive incentives based on five year increments. Instead of receiving a severence package at the end of their carears they should receive bonuses for 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years. Organizations know that some fans would work for free and so they take advantage of that. Free doesn't feed the Bull Dog. Pride of Ownership shown by the employees is priceless and brings big bucks to the organization. A million dollars spread out amongst the working class would not cripple the organization. Their are players that don't start and make more than a million dollars in one season. Think about it.
Boy, I sure wish I lived in 1950's America the way half of you posters do. Are you serious? This fantasy world you live in where every corporation is out there to help the little guy? Please, I'll be taking my large economy sized break now. Then you have the audacity to come and post negative comments about people being cynical. How about you wake up and open a newspaper or watch the evening news. Better yet, how about watching something unbiased like the Daily Show with John Stewart. Then come back and tell me how kind hearted and generous corporate America is. GROW UP!