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#29 - What the **** are you talking about?  [+] (5 new replies) 07/11/2016 on Desc 0
#30 - empirennn (07/11/2016) [-]
If someone begs for money outside the establishment, it is the customer's business because it will influence if they visit the establishment and/or their experience.

What part of this do you not understand?
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#32 - Customer Services (07/11/2016) [-]
What part of the logical fact that customers do not have any notorious enforcement power on the site of a private business nor they can speak in their name which could expose them to legal suing? The only thing your customer can do is report him to a business official who will enforce if judged necessary because it's their private property. They and only they have the power to decide whether the person can stay or not.
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#64 - empirennn (07/11/2016) [-]
Whew boy, there's a lot in such a short amount.
"logical fact" just fact.
"notorious enforcement power", enforcement power, and that would be the police.(also I did not say that she should forcibly remove the kid).

Legal suing wouldn't take place. Not how it works.


Get some reading comprehension and then comment. Pretty much everything of what you have stated is irrelevant to my post.


#78 - Customer Services (07/11/2016) [-]
Oh sorry, i didn't know you were one of these "When i don't have any more valid or relevant point to put in, i'll just try to take down your sentence structure" type.

And yes, if she decided to kick out the boy because he wouldn't have a permit and this story would have reached the media, she can potentially expose herself to legal suing, since she enforced the rules of a private corporation on their grounds and didn't had any authority to do so. The part that can make it a legal suing is that it reached the media, and can have a negative impact on the image of the corporation. It happen quite rarely, because no company thinks it worth suing a customer for what it could bring, but it can potentially happen.

I sure think it was irrelevant to your post, since your post was already irrelevant on the first place.

Cheers.
#79 - empirennn (07/11/2016) [-]
"Pretty much everything of what you have stated is irrelevant to my post."

Actually, you just went off on a tangent and it wasn't related to my post or previous ones. I corrected your terrible sentence structure because that's all I had left to do for a response.

No, she wouldn't have hit the media. You want to know why? Because people get kicked off of of the property for doing this shit all the damn time.

She wouldn't even be able to kick the boy out unless you are talking physical violence which is basically going to an extreme through backpeddling.

My first post was explained twice already and you want to go off on a tangent. Not my problem buddy.
#25 - If they didn't wanted to, they would have sent officials, dres…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/11/2016 on Desc 0
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#31 - improbablyyourdad (07/11/2016) [-]
Its on their door, "No solicitation".
They may not have realize he was doing it or may have been in the process. IF HE GOT PERMISSION LIKE I SAID, ITS NOT AN ISSUE. When you're doing it to only benefit yourself, they don't typically allow it though.
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#36 - Customer Services (07/11/2016) [-]
Plus, i tend to believe the cunt just hate blacks and decided she would make this one have a shit day. She's just a despicable person. Just look her body language, the way she talk, etc... She could just have left once the guy said he wanted to buy everything. Her problem was solved, the kid would go away. Nah. She was just mad that somebody didn't let her ruin the day of somebody she didn't even know. Like, seriously, who even ask a kid if he got permit to sell chocolate? Except maybe some overzealous, bitter bitch.
#37 - improbablyyourdad (07/11/2016) [-]
Like I said, she shouldnt have said shit and he shouldn't have been there (UNLESS HE GOT PERMISSION. I feel like people think im siding with her blindly so I feel the need to keep saying this), but yeah, she was probably a racist bitch.
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#34 - Customer Services (07/11/2016) [-]
It's a Target. We're talking about the kind of business that have employee going in and out every 10 minutes or less (for carts and shit). They have very probably noticed him. Also, these sign usually meant inside the building, just as the no skates/food/animal/etc. signs. When it's on the property, but outside the building, it's up to the business officials.
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#54 - emiyashirou (07/11/2016) [-]
Saying "They should've noticed him" isn't necessarily valid. There are always beggar kids at the shopping center near my house. Security guards chase them away every 10 minutes, they just keep coming right back and pestering people [spoiler] They don't just ask you for money, they pull on your clothes, scream at you and hang on you, it's fucking annoying and why I never go to that shopping center [/spoiler ] as soon as the guard turns his back.
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#35 - improbablyyourdad (07/11/2016) [-]
Walmart/target employees don't usually give a shit about stuff like this unless they're in a higher position. Cart pushers especially don't care. We also don't know how long he was out there for so you're making a bunch of assumptions we can't possibly know unless you talk to him.

She shouldn't have said shit but he shouldn't have been there in the first place UNLESS HE GOT PERMISSION. We have no reason to assume he did considering all his merchandise is in a tiny box and isn't wearing any sort of uniform.

Also, how often employees come in and out of the store is based on location. I have never seen a target cart pusher but I see walmart ones quite a bit. Like I said though, we don't know how long he was there for or if he even got permission.


#19 - Even if he didn't had any permission, that's none of this old …  [+] (15 new replies) 07/11/2016 on Desc 0
#27 - empirennn (07/11/2016) [-]
Actually, it is her business because she is a customer of the establishment.
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#29 - Customer Services (07/11/2016) [-]
What the fuck are you talking about?
#30 - empirennn (07/11/2016) [-]
If someone begs for money outside the establishment, it is the customer's business because it will influence if they visit the establishment and/or their experience.

What part of this do you not understand?
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#32 - Customer Services (07/11/2016) [-]
What part of the logical fact that customers do not have any notorious enforcement power on the site of a private business nor they can speak in their name which could expose them to legal suing? The only thing your customer can do is report him to a business official who will enforce if judged necessary because it's their private property. They and only they have the power to decide whether the person can stay or not.
User avatar
#64 - empirennn (07/11/2016) [-]
Whew boy, there's a lot in such a short amount.
"logical fact" just fact.
"notorious enforcement power", enforcement power, and that would be the police.(also I did not say that she should forcibly remove the kid).

Legal suing wouldn't take place. Not how it works.


Get some reading comprehension and then comment. Pretty much everything of what you have stated is irrelevant to my post.


#78 - Customer Services (07/11/2016) [-]
Oh sorry, i didn't know you were one of these "When i don't have any more valid or relevant point to put in, i'll just try to take down your sentence structure" type.

And yes, if she decided to kick out the boy because he wouldn't have a permit and this story would have reached the media, she can potentially expose herself to legal suing, since she enforced the rules of a private corporation on their grounds and didn't had any authority to do so. The part that can make it a legal suing is that it reached the media, and can have a negative impact on the image of the corporation. It happen quite rarely, because no company thinks it worth suing a customer for what it could bring, but it can potentially happen.

I sure think it was irrelevant to your post, since your post was already irrelevant on the first place.

Cheers.
#79 - empirennn (07/11/2016) [-]
"Pretty much everything of what you have stated is irrelevant to my post."

Actually, you just went off on a tangent and it wasn't related to my post or previous ones. I corrected your terrible sentence structure because that's all I had left to do for a response.

No, she wouldn't have hit the media. You want to know why? Because people get kicked off of of the property for doing this shit all the damn time.

She wouldn't even be able to kick the boy out unless you are talking physical violence which is basically going to an extreme through backpeddling.

My first post was explained twice already and you want to go off on a tangent. Not my problem buddy.
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#22 - improbablyyourdad (07/11/2016) [-]
Didn't say it was, its walmart's business and people shouldn't be able to set up shop in front of your store if you don't want them to.
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#25 - Customer Services (07/11/2016) [-]
If they didn't wanted to, they would have sent officials, dressed as officials, to tell him he can't. I can't see any of them in the video.
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#31 - improbablyyourdad (07/11/2016) [-]
Its on their door, "No solicitation".
They may not have realize he was doing it or may have been in the process. IF HE GOT PERMISSION LIKE I SAID, ITS NOT AN ISSUE. When you're doing it to only benefit yourself, they don't typically allow it though.
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#36 - Customer Services (07/11/2016) [-]
Plus, i tend to believe the cunt just hate blacks and decided she would make this one have a shit day. She's just a despicable person. Just look her body language, the way she talk, etc... She could just have left once the guy said he wanted to buy everything. Her problem was solved, the kid would go away. Nah. She was just mad that somebody didn't let her ruin the day of somebody she didn't even know. Like, seriously, who even ask a kid if he got permit to sell chocolate? Except maybe some overzealous, bitter bitch.
#37 - improbablyyourdad (07/11/2016) [-]
Like I said, she shouldnt have said shit and he shouldn't have been there (UNLESS HE GOT PERMISSION. I feel like people think im siding with her blindly so I feel the need to keep saying this), but yeah, she was probably a racist bitch.
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#34 - Customer Services (07/11/2016) [-]
It's a Target. We're talking about the kind of business that have employee going in and out every 10 minutes or less (for carts and shit). They have very probably noticed him. Also, these sign usually meant inside the building, just as the no skates/food/animal/etc. signs. When it's on the property, but outside the building, it's up to the business officials.
User avatar
#54 - emiyashirou (07/11/2016) [-]
Saying "They should've noticed him" isn't necessarily valid. There are always beggar kids at the shopping center near my house. Security guards chase them away every 10 minutes, they just keep coming right back and pestering people [spoiler] They don't just ask you for money, they pull on your clothes, scream at you and hang on you, it's fucking annoying and why I never go to that shopping center [/spoiler ] as soon as the guard turns his back.
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#35 - improbablyyourdad (07/11/2016) [-]
Walmart/target employees don't usually give a shit about stuff like this unless they're in a higher position. Cart pushers especially don't care. We also don't know how long he was out there for so you're making a bunch of assumptions we can't possibly know unless you talk to him.

She shouldn't have said shit but he shouldn't have been there in the first place UNLESS HE GOT PERMISSION. We have no reason to assume he did considering all his merchandise is in a tiny box and isn't wearing any sort of uniform.

Also, how often employees come in and out of the store is based on location. I have never seen a target cart pusher but I see walmart ones quite a bit. Like I said though, we don't know how long he was there for or if he even got permission.


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#33 - tehavatar (07/09/2016) [-]
if you read my other comment youd know i dont disagree
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#82 - randomzdude (07/08/2016) [-]
And here you are still being a faggot. Amazing.