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Owner Shorts Brewer's Hard-Earned Wages, Brewer Takes Revenge

This brewery owner is a prime example of one of those people who never should've been able to run his own business in the first place. The guy clearly had some gnarly knowledge gaps when it came to knowing the kind of stuff a brewery owner should, to run a successful business. I mean, the guy threw an Anniversary event and failed to advertise that the brewery made their own beers. That's some next level cluelessness. On top of being an oblivious owner, he participated in wage theft. Fortunately, our heroic brewer of the hour was ready to take his technical revenge. Don't screw over the guy who knows how to brew your company's beer. 

Boss tries to short brewer's wages, so brewer takes a masterful revenge | r/ProRevenge Join u/PissedBrewer 13h 1 destroyed brewery Nearly 20 years ago brewer at brewpub owner complete lunatic and an utter -hole. Before hired, he had already purchased brewery equipment, used closed microbrewery. Problem is literally 4 times larger than needed be size place, and top off he selling Big 3 beers too. And Pugsley system (brewers will know But made work, even got stupid Ringwald yeast behave. But only
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Tenant Refuses To Pay Rent, Parents Take Tenant To Court

Freeloaders are swinging way outside of their weight class when they try to take on the hard working people of this world. These folks clearly had some grit, and were not going to get pushed around by a tenant who was just trying to squat on their property for as long as she could milk it. Fortunately, the court system provided a smooth resolution to the infuriating predicament. 

Tenant refuses to pay the rent, so the landlords proceed to take her to court | r/ProRevenge Join u/MrTyroneTheCat 2y Should've just paid rent So this is story about my parents around 7 or 8 years ago barely leaving elementary school really young and my parents kept my sister and dark at time but they later told gist happened. First thing first, my parents owned two houses. They decided keep old house they bought new one so they could rent out old house decent area but on edge not so good part
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Scams That Many People Overlook

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about various scams that people don't realize are scams. These might be helpful to have in the back pocket so that you don't fall prey to any of those sneaky scams. 

Scams that many people don't realize are scams | peezoki 2d 1 Award Verizon $1 scam. Verizon tacked on 1 fee onto 8 their customer's bills each month so over course year, they did every customer, about 150,000,000. Their rationale 50% wouldn't notice and just pay charge or would notice and wouldn't spend anytime fighting 1 charge. 50% would notice charge and call have removed those, 35% would get frustrated while on call and give up. This added approximately $120,000,000 bottom line each year (3
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Man Requests Day Off For Concert, Boss Fires Him, Man Takes Boss To Court

Oh boy, this sounds like a nasty Karen of a boss indeed. This guy put in a very reasonable request for a day off to attend a Slayer concert, and the request proceeded to set off a chain reaction of highly unanticipated toxicity. Fortunately, the guy was able to pull off a satisfying victory in small claims court. 

Man's boss fires him after he requests day off for concert, so he takes his boss to court | r/ProRevenge u/Vicodingh 1d Join 1 sued my boss because he fired wanting attend concert. Good afternoon everybody stumbled on this post! First up, some backstory, During my gap year between studies decided work Company N. Company N run by husband
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Nobody wants to unintentionally incriminate themselves. This attorney decided to break down what to do at DWI checkpoints so that you don't put yourself in a tough predicament. 

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Legal Things That Feel Illegal

Someone on AskReddit got a fun and enlightening thread going about various things that feel illegal, are actually totally fine. At the very least, these might help ease that worrying, overactive mind the next time it starts bickering paranoid conspiracies. 

People describe things that feel illegal but are legal Reddit | ashish19982001 5h Passing police car on highway. Reply 979
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Scams That People Still Fall For

You shouldn't be so suspicious of every human interaction that it ruins your life, but there are definitely a lot of scams out there. That said, when one correctly identifies a scammer, they can mess with them with awesome results, like this scammer that got trolled and taken on a wild ride or this scammer that got trolled with photoshop skills. Here's a story of an unlucky scammer who called an electronics store.

Scams that people still fall for | UpbeatFaithlessness6 7.4k points 1 day ago edited 17 hours ago Those phone calls claim social security number is suspended due criminal activity My own mom fell this unfortunately
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Twitter Thread: Woman Brings IRS Scammer To Justice

Nothing warms our hearts like an irritating scammer getting it in the end. In this case, @twittysuch was ready to use all the handy tax and privacy law knowledge that she had acquired. So, enjoy the rollercoaster of a scammer getting undeniably defeated. 


Woman brings an IRS scammer to justice in a fun Twitter thread | Let's Make Ha-Deel 17 306 1.5K @twittysuch Apr 3 finally happened finally got call scammer claiming be IRS and could finally pull all tax law and privacy law know out my brain. This is good day. This is MY day, people.
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Funny Lawyer's Free Legal Tips Shouldn't Even Need Saying

These free legal tips shouldn't come as a surprise. Honestly, if these bits of advice are anything but funny to you, there's a decent chance you're gonna find yourself in jail for a dumb reason. Sure there are dumb laws that get enforced from time to time, but lawyers see tons of crazy and dumb stuff that no right-minded person should ever find themselves experiencing.

Free funny legal tips and fails from a lawyer on facebook | L. Scott Briscoe's Free Legal Tips February 19,2014 Free Legal Tip Day #2 using friend's urine an attempt pass drug screen, drug test friend first Like Comment Share
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Freeloading Housemates Get Introduced To Court System

Man, these people sound like a ball of toxic energy. You have the one dude offering nothing but generosity and understanding to the rest of the roommates, who are basically going around, freeloading, and taking advantage of one's good nature. A kind of icky feeling can arise just thinking about it. Well, the freeloading roommates ultimately learned their lesson, and were introduced to the court system. Maybe that will set them on a different path in the future. Who knows? 


Freeloading housemates squander money for utilities, so guy introduces them to court system. | r/ProRevenge JOIN u/falloutfan1987 7h Take money give bills and squander Hope like court system Background lived with group people who thought were my friends. They were 2 couples, and all lived same house almost 2 years until recently moved out. There David and Tina and Brittnay and AJ only single person there.
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Cop Provides Quality Advice In Fun Manner

This cop decided to address the various ways that people try to slyly get away with not wearing their seatbelts, when driving by a cop, by pulling off all kinds of weird body gestures. He presents the info in a fun way, and is ultimately just trying to make those roads a bit safer. 

A cop provides quality advice on wearing seatbelts, in a fun manner | police officer sitting in drivers seat in a car Sudden Itch | the turtle
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The Ontario woman is looking for an apology from the police in Georgia, who arrested, handcuffed, and charged her because she was driving with a Canadian license. No idea what those cops were thinking. Sheesh. 

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Nobody is above the law. Not everyone understands, or rather, accepts that. 

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Guy Doesn't Know Courtrooms Have Dress Codes

You can learn something new every day. In this case, the dude didn't realize that courtrooms have dress codes. So, being oblivious he turned up to court, and found himself talking to a judge that ultimately enlightened him on the existence of dress codes in courts. Fortunately, it sounds like the judge was understanding of his brain hiccup, and that it all worked out. 

Guy doesn't realize that courtrooms have dress codes | TIFU by not knowing courtrooms had dress codes. FUOTW those are as unaware as l am, don't wear shorts, flip flops, or hats into court went go pay ticket (expired tags) at my scheduled time and saw "NO SHORTS, FLIP FLOPS, HATS, UNTUCKED SHIRTS bold letters on door. Fortunately front desk had extra slacks on hand this very thing. Unfortunately slacks were size 32, and haven't been size 32 since high school big guy who's been "blessed" with
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Lawyers' Best Gotcha Moments

Sometimes criminals are criminally dumb. Sometimes, it's as if lawyers experience the wonderful sensation of euphoria that comes from having someone else do their job for them. And usually that process is carried out by those individuals in mindless fashion. 

Lawyers describe the best gotcha moments that they've experienced | deleted Plaintiff had an x-ray an allegedly broken arm seemed off and dates didn't make sense house at an academic medical center looked at case more closely and discovered Plaintiff x-ray tech at another hospital. After all over.
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