sugarmagnolia3

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  1. Manager said something covertly racist

    Just bumping this post, because it feels like it got missed or passed over.
  2. Manager said something covertly racist

    You're welcome :)
  3. Manager said something covertly racist

    I have no idea. I made that name up. My boss made up another common Hispanic name and I chose not to repeat it.
  4. Manager said something covertly racist

    Like you, reading and leaving only trolling comments that add nothing of value to the discourse? Oh, the irony!
  5. Manager said something covertly racist

    Sour Lemon, I would just like to comment that in my few interactions with you, I have noted that you leave the sourest of sour lemon-type posts. So good job at living up to your display name! Glad you can speak up for yourself, it's a skill. A lot of...
  6. Manager said something covertly racist

    I appreciate the replies here: To clarify a few things. *I said 'going to the media' somewhat in jest. My post did not convey that, and I realize it. I supposed I mentioned it though because my manager has a long history with being reported to HR fo...
  7. Manager said something covertly racist

    I was at a leadership conference recently with my manager and several other supervisors (1 manager, 4 supervisors total). During the conference, we were asked to simulate how we would communicate with a housekeeper that went above and beyond by doing...
  8. Family Member Watching Pro-terror/ Anti-America/ Anti-Semitic video

    This is a weak and irrelevant argument. No one refused care. Reread the topic.
  9. Being Kicked Out of the ICU?

    The only red flags I'm seeing here is not asking for help. If you're stuck in a room with an unstable patient, ask someone to check your other patient (and their drips, you DON'T want to run out), or ask someone to watch this patient, so you can care...
  10. Family Member Watching Pro-terror/ Anti-America/ Anti-Semitic video

    Heron, I understand your point. I'm not sure you understood mine. I'm not 'thought policing' anyone. Anyone can have whatever thoughts they want, say what they want, watch what they want, but certain things could be mentally and emotionally abusive t...
  11. Family Member Watching Pro-terror/ Anti-America/ Anti-Semitic video

    I appreciate this perspective. Thank you for sharing.
  12. Family Member Watching Pro-terror/ Anti-America/ Anti-Semitic video

    She could hear it, not see it. It was on while she was providing care to the minor child in the room. It was going back and forth between English and a different language. I guess there is the possibility that it was a documentary, but to her it soun...
  13. Family Member Watching Pro-terror/ Anti-America/ Anti-Semitic video

    Hi Everyone, I've enjoyed the responses, and some of you have made me stop to remember that listening to hate speech isn't a crime, even if the actual hate speech may be, so thank you for that takeaway. I've also delved into what hate speech actually...
  14. Family Member Watching Pro-terror/ Anti-America/ Anti-Semitic video

    You're right, I believe it is against the law to actually encourage or threaten violence, but it is not against the law to listen. I think it is subjective on whether it is emotionally abusive or not to subject children to it.
  15. Family Member Watching Pro-terror/ Anti-America/ Anti-Semitic video

    I agree with you, but I just think there is a difference between animated violent video games, and an actual person encouraging actual violence against an actual specific person or specific group of people. I am going to research, but I don't believe...