r/memes Oct 17 '21 Silver 7 Helpful 3 Wholesome 2 Hugz 2

CEO entrepreneur born in 1964 Jeffrey Spooktober Meme Contest

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u/jack2trap Oct 17 '21 Silver

I've seen a few of these memes floating around but here's a thought, what if the people in this universe are the evil counter parts to a different universe and not the other way around. Think about it.

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u/sawcondeesnutz Oct 17 '21

It explains a lot tbh

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u/[deleted] Oct 18 '21

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u/hockey4589 Oct 18 '21

Tell us why. Show us how look where you came from look at you now

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u/Tr0902 Breaking EU Laws Oct 18 '21

Zuckerberg and Gates and Buffett, amateurs can fucking suck it.

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u/[deleted] Oct 18 '21

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u/[deleted] Oct 18 '21

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u/[deleted] Oct 18 '21

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u/Bastogne_327 Oct 18 '21

Zuckerberg and Gates and Buffett. Amateurs can fucking suck it.

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u/[deleted] Oct 18 '21

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u/[deleted] Oct 18 '21

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u/Speedy_Cheese Oct 17 '21

Well I mean, there is an easy way to tell if we are the evil universe:

Have y'all seen a lot of beards/goatees in public lately?

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u/aegelis Oct 17 '21

I have quite the beard and I'm not sure if I resent this or not.. Am I suppose to be evil? Being good has kept me quite poor.

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u/Speedy_Cheese Oct 18 '21

Moreso a reference to one of my favourite Star Trek episodes, Mirror Mirror, in which the alternate universe ("evil" Spock) has a beard.

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u/[deleted] Oct 18 '21 edited 26d ago

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u/Speedy_Cheese Oct 18 '21

Same! I've seen them all. :)

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u/TheKidNerd Selling Stonks for CASH MONEY Oct 18 '21

Depends, if you have sideburns connecting your hair and beard, your good, if not, your evil

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u/Accurate-Swim1233 Oct 18 '21

Evil Abed in the morning!

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u/[deleted] Oct 18 '21

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u/Speedy_Cheese Oct 18 '21

I loved that Trek reference in Community!

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u/Blovar Oct 18 '21

In my country we have saying beard doesn't grow to evil people

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u/Remarkable_Whole Oct 18 '21

Nah, just on the news

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u/Dolphin-FuckerFucker Oct 17 '21 edited Oct 17 '21

But what about the evil ones in the other universe, or everyone is good in the other universe?

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u/jack2trap Oct 17 '21

Don't know never been. I would assume that it would opposite of each other.

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u/Dolphin-FuckerFucker Oct 17 '21

HOPE IN HUMANITY: 0% --> 0,01%

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u/Ok-Environment2610 Oct 18 '21

The roles are reversed. The rich are good, and the rest are evil

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u/Je_st_er Oct 17 '21

there is no evil no good no bad... the only thing that really exist is an anime girl

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u/No_Dark9287 Oct 17 '21

Makes sense, usually people are dumb in this scenario and never recognize what’s the reality and the villain makes the move.

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u/xXxStupidUserNamexXx Oct 18 '21

I think that in a morally inverted alternate universe some people would be more evil and some would be more good, because not everybody is good and not everybody is evil.

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u/PowerOfUnoriginality Oct 18 '21

I get your point, but like... if we take a look at a few people in history...

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u/itsCS117 Oct 18 '21

Hold up!! what if our jeff bezos IS the Jeff Bezos from that universe. Think about it, he's got the money from screwing over the evil amazon, so he could've built a dimensional rift portal gun device thingy and switched our REAL good guy jeff bezos with himself to do the same thing here in our universe. Like "US" but with billionares.

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u/jvalordv Oct 18 '21

This was the bad place the whole time

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u/Shadow-Raptor Karmawhore Oct 18 '21

So this is truly The darkest timeline...

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u/Second_guessing_Stuf Oct 18 '21

My mind has been blown. Don’t worry, it was not a gun that did it. It was this comment.

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u/Gerix55 Oct 18 '21

Negative and negative evens themselves out

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u/[deleted] Oct 18 '21

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u/PowerOfUnoriginality Oct 18 '21

Does that mean that the other universes me is actually successful? Good for him!

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u/ali_hitman Selling Stonks for CASH MONEY Oct 17 '21

Come on jeffrey you can do it

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u/afon13 Oct 17 '21

Pave the way, put your back into it

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u/Andrio111 Oct 17 '21

Tell us why, show us how

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u/stressed_bi Oct 17 '21

look at where you came from, look at you now

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u/Andrio111 Oct 17 '21

Zuckerburg and gates and buffet

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u/afon13 Oct 17 '21

Amateurs can fucking suck it

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u/Terrarian_TABS_unit Oct 17 '21

Fuck their wives, drink their blood

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u/t0m0hawk Oct 17 '21 edited Oct 18 '21

Come on Jeff, get 'em!

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u/should-i-do-this Chungus Among Us Oct 17 '21

gnarly synth solo

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u/CryptogeniK_ Oct 17 '21

I see I'm in good company you cultured gents!

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u/Ali_Bama Oct 17 '21

Jeffrey, Jeffrey Bezos

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u/DragonDon1 Oct 18 '21

You did it!

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u/TheEager_beaver Oct 17 '21

I think you mean good Jeff

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u/Dolphin-FuckerFucker Oct 17 '21

Is our Jeff the evil one?

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u/angiesavagelife Oct 17 '21

There's a meme going around where "evil (x) be like" and then it's the opposite of how people think of the subject of the meme.

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u/RieserTheRedR Oct 18 '21

The meme implies the person is not evil tho

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u/FuckingKilljoy Oct 18 '21

No it's based on subverting what you'd expect an evil version to be by actually making them a good version of the evil irl one

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u/RieserTheRedR Oct 18 '21

ah I see, that makes sense

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u/jrmorton12 Oct 17 '21

Upvote for Bo, yo.

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u/[deleted] Oct 18 '21

I purposely starred at this picture for 40secs just so I could see him in my bedroom wall

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u/Chispy Oct 18 '21

I did this too. The trick is to make it max size full screen and stare at the middle of the pic without blinking, like the white of the bottom of his nose. Then quickly look at the wall and blink really fast.

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u/Ndab420 Oct 17 '21

Amazon jobs have decent wages but shit conditions iirc. I heard it was 20-47 an hour depending on experience.

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u/LuckyNinja5 Oct 17 '21

You can tell people making these memes have never worked minimum wage by the fact they say amazon doesn't pay living wage.

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u/FinalMeltdown15 Oct 17 '21

Yeah but if you go in on the ground you are never ever moving up, you're their for life or until you leave

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u/Crafty_Substance_954 Oct 18 '21

I know a family friend that started as a L1 hourly worker in an amazon FC as a way to make some money and take advantage of their benefits while he looked for a different job after being laid off. After 6 months he was promoted internally to a position of more responsibility, then again after about a year he became a manager, then another level of manager, and now after 4 years he manages an entire department of his FC and makes 6 figures.

within a year he'll probably be promoted again. It's not a common story, but it does happen.

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u/FinalMeltdown15 Oct 18 '21

Does he have a degree?

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u/Crafty_Substance_954 Oct 18 '21

Associates degree earned decades previously. The real help came in his previous management experience (nowhere near the scale he does now), but his story isn't exactly unique by any means.

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u/IndianaGeoff Oct 17 '21

Yeah, you're right. He's mostly paid above market wages (not much) and then tried to work them to death. Amazon wants a few good years, not a lifetime career.

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u/TribalMoose101 Oct 17 '21

the minimum wage in amazon is 15 no matter where you are in the US. its 25 were i live and there are a decent amount of benefits, they give you health care and 20 weeks payed family leave if i recall correctly.

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u/Confused-Engineer18 Oct 18 '21

Was gonna say the pay isn't terrible, its mainly the working conditions

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u/jodorthedwarf Oct 18 '21

I've worked there for and trust me it's fucking terrible. I was constantly seriously contemplating suicide and my feet bled due to the poor quality of the steel-toes they provided. I broke down in tears on several occasions after finishing my shifts and had no time to myself other than to sleep due to a 50 hour work week on the night shift.

I quit after 2 months because I genuinely thought that I wouldn't be able to resist the temptation to kill myself for much longer. Afterwards I ended up working a few agency jobs and settled into a job in a shop for less pay and fewer hours and I was much happier.

Conclusion: don't work for Amazon unless you have literally no other choice or are willing to go through Hell for some quick cash.

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u/Deminkind Oct 18 '21

Interesting to see the differences between different FC (amazon warehouse) and countries. I work in Poland so we can work only 40 hours, or they need to pay us double the wage. And work do seems to be scary at first, but when you get to know the process is like one of the easiest job one can do. I work in Amazon for like 5 years now and I don’t want to quit because I’m scared that I would need to actually to work, and that not something I’m used to do. Granted we have unions and labor laws in Poland, and when you know your laws there is little they can do to you :) That said I know it’s my FC and others are different, Still for four days you really don’t have any live outside work and this is tiring. Also the boots are horrible but I got used to them.

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u/[deleted] Oct 18 '21

I work 60-70 hours per week on night shifts. In India by the way. I probably earn 10% of your salary. I don't mean to discredit your experience. But just know that there are people worse than you. It helps a little mentally.

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u/jodorthedwarf Oct 18 '21

I know that. A big part of it for for me was that I had no real motivation to go into such a hard job. I didn't have a family to look after, I didn't really need the money, I just felt like I was putting myself through all this misery for no reason other than it being the first place that would have me when applying for work.

Couple that with generally poor mental health and I spiralled pretty quickly.

I completely understand your situation and the fact that there are people out there that work in absolutely awful jobs for terrible pay but I left mainly because I was scared that I'd take my own life over it.

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u/Confused-Engineer18 Oct 18 '21

oh I'm not saying its a terrible place to work and that it should burn to the ground, just that the pay isn't the issue

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u/jodorthedwarf Oct 18 '21

I know, I was agreeing with your point by providing my account of the experience.

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u/Gerix55 Oct 18 '21

Another reason why i won't touch amazon

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u/Crafty_Substance_954 Oct 18 '21

Also just started paying for Community college after 30 days of employment for all full-time hourly associates.

I don't consider the working conditions to be good by any means, but they're not as bad as everyone says either. a lot of it depends on the Senior Ops managers and their corresponding operations managers willingness to enforce their vision.

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u/altjthunter Oct 18 '21

Also they’re raising starting wage to 18$ so this meme is kinda dumb. Like if it was improving working conditions that would be more appropriate

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u/AO115 Oct 18 '21

nice try jeff bezos

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u/ThatTrampolineboy can't meme Oct 17 '21

Negative times negative equals positive.

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u/PhakYhuu Oct 17 '21

...I'm liking evil JB

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u/mallik803 Oct 17 '21

He was a good employer, UNTIL HE WASN’T

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u/2K5DCR Oct 17 '21

nO tHaT iS cOmMuNiSm!!!!!1!!11!!

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u/Sweet-Palpitation473 Oct 17 '21

DRINK THEIR BLOOD, FUCK THEIR WIVES

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u/StevieSnickers Oct 17 '21

Bezos is a mutt. I wouldn't pi55 on him if he was on fire.

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u/SNTMLI Oct 17 '21

i work at amazon and it’s basically free boring money. relax

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u/jodorthedwarf Oct 18 '21

Is that in one of the warehouses because my experience was hell. Sorting for Amazon Logistics was hell.

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u/Fetus-yoda69 Oct 17 '21 Silver

CEO, entrepreneur born in 1964 Jeffrey, Jeffrey bezos

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u/JuminHansKitten Oct 17 '21

Come on jefferey you can do it pave the way put your back into it

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u/TheGrimBerserker Oct 18 '21

🎶 Tell us why, show us how 🎶

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u/camemil Oct 17 '21

please employee, do not approach me with fear for I am human like you

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u/CryptogeniK_ Oct 17 '21

Thanks now that song is stuck in my head

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u/burgerdonut8330 Oct 17 '21

He looks like megamind

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u/Popular-Swordfish559 Selling Stonks for CASH MONEY Oct 18 '21

Amazon's company-wide minimum wage is $15/hour, which is more than double the minimum in some states. If you're going to criticize Amazon, criticize them about things that they're actually doing wrong, like working conditions.

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u/atomocomix Oct 18 '21

I’m no mathemagician but how much would Jeff Bezo’s finances take a cut if he did pay a livable wage to his lower-rung employees?

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u/angiesavagelife Oct 18 '21

Thanks for the awards yall. I didnt expect this to blow up like that lmao.

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u/ComicBookFanatic97 Oct 17 '21

Don’t Amazon jobs start at $15 per hour? Isn’t that the minimum wage people have been insisting on for years now?

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u/Crafty_Substance_954 Oct 18 '21

They're increasing them as well to 18. really cheap insurance, retirement, and free community college for workers after 30 days as well.

It's not the best place to work, but it's not like getting paid minimum wage to work in mcdonalds and getting literally nothing out of it.

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u/Pap4MnkyB4by Oct 17 '21

What are you talking about? Most fulfillment centers start off at $15 an hour for a new hire. Isn't $15 an hour minimum wage what you rodents want?

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u/DownvoteDaemon Oct 17 '21

Y'all ain't even as brave as th french lol. .ain't hungry enough to eat the rich

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u/RhinoSparkle Oct 17 '21

Amazon has a net worth of $1.7 Trillion. For the sake of easy math, and for making a point, let’s round that down to just $1 Trillion.

Amazon currently holds approximately 950,000 employees.

If Amazon liquidated it’s net worth of the previously reduced $1 Trillion, each and every employee would receive $1.052 Million.

Even if you take away the $52,000 and just give $1 Million each, Amazon would still have $50 Billion to spare.

Not to mention, that’s with it rounded down by nearly half. Just let that sink in.

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u/Mybrandnewaccount95 Oct 18 '21

If you were to try and liquidate that much of amazons stock in a short time, the stock would crash. You'd probably only be able to get a fraction of that total value.

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u/1sagas1 Oct 18 '21 edited Oct 18 '21

They have $321b in assets and 1.3m employees. Don't forget $245b in liabilities. $1.7t is the market cap, reflective of what investors are willing to value the stock at. If you wanted to liquidate all assets and meet all liabilities, afterwards you have about $58000 for each employee which isn't much at all

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u/Tyrone-Rugen Oct 18 '21

Where would that $1 trillion come from? Peoples retirement accounts? The owners of Amazon stock are just regular people that invested in mutual funds

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u/thatonedude1515 Oct 18 '21

I dont think you understand what stocks are….

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u/floofandmemes Oct 17 '21

But real Jeff Bezos is evil

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u/vinnycthatwhoibe Oct 18 '21

Hot take: warehouse jobs / flipping burgers / whatever are meant as part time gigs you do while you're living at home with your parents to help pay for your cell phone / car insurance. They aren't meant as a career.

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u/bilingualfob Oct 18 '21

There's still tons adults who rely on those jobs, who's working at McDonalds or doing a warehouse job during school hours?

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u/Deminkind Oct 18 '21

seriously? I Work in amazon warehouse, and get paid at least twice as much I would get in KFC. Enough for me to get a mortgage, live comfortably and even invest. If I do forklift license I can earn even more - granted, not in amazon, they still pay less that you get in other warehouses.

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u/vinnycthatwhoibe Oct 18 '21

Ok so then it is a liveable wage? What's the complaint then

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u/Deminkind Oct 18 '21

It’s definitively depends on country and city. I live In Poland, and for example last month I get nearly twice the minimum wage of my country. But In the “main city”, where the warehouse is that still would be “just” enough, but where I live (like 20 miles from it) it’s a lot, and you can live comfortably. I can only imagine how it’s looks in countries where there is no labor laws, or unions, but here warehouse jobs are perfectly normal jobs to do.

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u/Unusual-Excitement14 Oct 17 '21

Sounds legit I'll buy it

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u/weeweewarrio Oct 17 '21

Beff Jezos

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u/SnooMachines7176 Oct 17 '21

Behind every great fortune there is a crime. —Balzac

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u/quantumechanicalhose Lives in a Van Down by the River Oct 17 '21

That's just Doctor Manhattan

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u/WilliamBlakefan Oct 17 '21

Evil Jeff Bezos is just regular Jeff Bezos.

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u/Az0riusMCBlox Oct 17 '21

Wait a minute, he's already evil and that would be GOOD Bezos! ;)

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u/Delta11110 Oct 17 '21

How negative he is right

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u/CaptnBanana Oct 17 '21

I wish Scorpio was real.

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u/martytheman1776 Oct 17 '21

Wait wait wait we have the evil Bezos in this reality. The other reality is good Bezos

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u/Orbus_XV Oct 17 '21

Maybe parallel universe convergence isn't such a bad thing.

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u/Ar-slash-lan_Beltran Plays MineCraft and not FortNite Oct 17 '21

Pouring in milk first before the cereal is accepted

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u/frazzled_confusion Oct 18 '21

Lets get this straight. Living wage and thriving wage are not the same thing.

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u/Minute-Plastic6889 Oct 18 '21

Ceo entrepreneur, born in 1964

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u/TheZerothLaw Oct 18 '21

Jeffrey

Jeffrey Bezos

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u/bigtimebeaner Oct 18 '21

What a monster

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u/kicktaker Oct 18 '21

Is this the darkest timeline or the brightest timeline? Is evil abed evil anymore?

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u/kyoer Oct 18 '21

Why aren’t these CEOs asked these type of questions in interviews, rather than that technology bullshit which gets asked around always?

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u/soge_king420 Oct 18 '21

SOUTH PARK DID IT!!!!

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u/ScareOffEverything Oct 18 '21

Sozeb the Kind

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u/MedicateForTwo Oct 18 '21

They do get paid a livable wage. They just make a lot less than him and they work their asses off sometimes in dangerous conditions.

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u/1sagas1 Oct 18 '21

He already does pay a livable wage though, warehouse near me advertises $21/hr and housing isn't that expensive where I live

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u/inumnoback Fffffuuuuuuuuu Oct 18 '21

If Jeff bezos mistreats his employees…

Is his evil version REALLY evil?

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u/Lanosle Oct 18 '21

Wait, isn't that just normal Jeff?

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u/soberderek17 Oct 18 '21

Jeffrey pays most

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u/BallsHD4k60fps Oct 18 '21

So just jeff bezos?

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u/jodorthedwarf Oct 18 '21

I worked in one of his warehouses for two months and I was £10.50 an hour (which is about £2.00 more than most base level jobs in the UK). However I was worked to the fucking bone and my feet bled due to the poor shoes they provided. That coupled with 50 hour work weeks meant that I had no time outside of the job that wasn't spent sleeping.

The worst part was knowing that I was working alongside people who had no other option but to stick to it because they needed the money ( I was living with my family at the time so they supported me and made it possible for me to quit and look for other jobs).

No amount of money is worth going through that Hell again.

TL;DR the pay in Amazon UK isn't that bad but they overwork to the point where the extra money isn't even worth it.

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u/mikami677 Oct 18 '21

my feet bled due to the poor shoes they provided.

Do they allow you to bring your own? Obviously if they're providing them they should be at the very least good enough to not make your feet bleed, I'm just curious.

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u/jodorthedwarf Oct 18 '21

You could wear your own but id be damned if I'm going to fork out my money to buy something I'd only use in a place I hated. I'm stingy and stubborn by nature so maybe that bit was more my fault than theirs. Doesn't change the fact that the workplace was awful and they had a blatant disregard for employee safety. We were supposed to maintain social distancing due to covid but their ridiculous quotas and time constraints made that impossible. We were meant to do 2 man lifts for anything over 15kg but they would shout at us for wasting time, resulting in me lifting heavy things by myself causing back pain and joint pain I'm my arms and knees.

The only reason I mentioned the feet was because it was the worst in my experience.

I was constantly exhausted and stressed.

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u/Authentic_Garbage Oct 18 '21

We actually have evil bezos in this universe

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u/Shadow_Reptile Oct 18 '21

Just add two horns and you've got Lucifer himself.

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u/Fat_Sow Oct 18 '21

Sending one underpaid factory worker to space per month.

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u/Frannysbutt Oct 18 '21

Jeeeeffreey Beeeeezoooooos

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u/immaheadout3000 Oct 18 '21

Want a new bathroom stall for better efficiency? Here, have the empty '64 chateaux I chugged in the morning just because I could.

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u/dasmikkimats Oct 18 '21

FUCK THEIR WIVES, DRINK THEIR BLOOD!

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u/Haz_y Oct 18 '21

NO WAY! LOL XD

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u/amazingmaximo Oct 18 '21

Hank Scorpio Be Like

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u/briefperfectionnerd Oct 18 '21

C'mon Jeffrey you can do it

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u/Jerbell69 Oct 18 '21

Evil Jeff Bezos?

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u/fiCCe5084 Oct 18 '21

No, this is good Jeff. We have evil Jeff in this world

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u/A_Cool_Artist Oct 18 '21

Technically, wouldn't that be Good Jeff Bezos?

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u/-doodle-bug- Oct 18 '21

Beff jezos

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u/GhosteeTheGhost Oct 18 '21

Oh no! Please! What about my family!?

“They’ll get discounts from all Amazon products.”

Noooooooooo! Not the discounts! You’re too kind!

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u/BadFirefighter Oct 18 '21

Reminder that Jeff bezos set the minimum wage for all amazon employees to 15 an hour and even lobbied for that to be the national minimum wage

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u/Bron_3 Oct 18 '21

My mother worked at an Amazon warehouse for 5 years supporting herself and 2 kids. No special degree or anything, started as seasonal help and learned all the basic jobs. Never went above the warehouse work to anything cushy. Had decent benefits to include our braces and my idiot kid self breaking a few bones. I honestly don't understand all the hate. I'm not saying he's perfect, I support unions after all, but the blind hatred is unsubstantiated

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u/EliaVeschi Oct 18 '21

We already have evil bezos, this is the good one

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u/slothman6 Oct 18 '21

Absolutley despicable

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u/IllogicalBrit Oct 18 '21

We've stepped into a war with the cabal on Mars...

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u/Remarkable_Whole Oct 18 '21

Wait a sec, why are there two evil bezoses

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u/Foundation_james Oct 18 '21

I'll get right to work with the rest of my family

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u/Competitive_Action21 Oct 18 '21

Dr Manhattan be like