KY now has a snitch line

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  1. ojibwa62

    ojibwa62 12 pointer

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    I have no idea what your talking about.. :p
     
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  2. PUBLIC RAT

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    I guess Andy wants you to rat on your neighbor having to much fun at their house, cookouts, drink parties, etc....
     
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  3. davers

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    It's not nice to snitch....:)
     
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  4. HuntressOfLight

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    The goober purportedly gave this weak/lame excuse:

    "We've had a number of questions about how to report circumstances that we believe to be dangerous."

    Ky Labor Cabinet Employees are taking the calls. I thought police were always supposed to be contacted, via 911, for "dangerous" situations.

    Pass the number around, telling all to anonymously call and report his leadership as "dangerous". When enough do so, flooding the lines, it should permanently force shutdown of the Narodny Komissariat Vnutrennikh Del, People’s Commissariat of Internal Affairs (NKVD) telephone number.



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  5. reivertom

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    Gee....one little crisis and we get a Soviet style snitch line.
     
  6. baknblack

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    I just got papers from my employer to carry with me. Do they know something is coming? Makes me wonder.
     
  7. ptbrauch

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    We've already had a visit by a health dept inspector because an employee, or ex-employee called in a complaint that we were operating with sick employees. We aren't/weren't and her report said as much. She also told us that she didn't really believe it and they've been getting all kinds of similar calls. This was about 2 weeks ago when all of this was first coming out.

    So if you're in a business where some employees think you should shut down and the money fairy will pay their rent and car payments, be ready for this.
     
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  8. HuntressOfLight

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    Best to give employees such as that the worst tasks imaginable, until they either quit or get with the program.
     
  9. Tankt

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    Me too
     
  10. Nock

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    I did today as well.
     
  11. HuntressOfLight

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    Burn the papers, shove them in an envelope, and address it to whomever provided them, along with a separate envelope containing a copy of the U.S. Constitution. Highly doubtful you would be terminated, and if so, you have a strong legal case.
     
  12. joelwalters

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    You dummies who just woke up from some sort of coma, we are in a middle of a pandemic. We now have more cases than any other country on the globe. Unless we get serious about containing this disease, it is going to cripple our society as we know it. People you know are going to die, people in your family are going to die, you may die. Wake up. Stop this nonsense. It may be unamerican, it may be detestable, but it will save someone you know. Follow the guidelines, stay home unless you have to, suck it up and stop spreading the disease.
     
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  13. HuntressOfLight

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    Common sense: if you are sick, you should remain home and get to feeling better, but if you begin developing symptoms beyond your control, you should contact your physician, or if life threatening, call an ambulance. Nothing has changed with that logic for decades. If you are high risk, it's prudent to take the additional precautions, which is also common sense and no different than previous decades. If all is well, you don't need to "stay home", but you should practice the social distancing of 6' and proper hygeine. It's not like the bug is a bolt of lightning, which can unexpectantly strike during sunny skies.

    Due to faulty disease models and lack of testing, we don't really know where we are in the pandemic. That's a big bug problem. We could be in the beginning, middle, end, or even beginning a second cycle. The CDC guidelines recommend something entirely different than what many Democrat governors and media outlets are peddling, via fear mongering coupled with nudging (social engineering), and that's an even bigger problem. People should be vigilant regarding such and take exception to that.
     
  14. slobear

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    Rememember to also never occupy a vehicle,eat bacon/red meat,eggs,sugary products, climb ladders, swim after eating, and never ever remove tag from mattress! Calm down man!

    In no shape,form,or sarcasm am I downplaying this situation. I can’t blame anyone who doesn’t have an erection for third world status or aspires to live under a dictatorship though.
     
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  15. EC

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    Where's the Constitutional right to know your accuser?
     
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