Nearly every profession is hiding some spooky skeletons in its closet. That’s what CircleBox2 proved to us when they asked their fellow redditors to share the dark secrets and questionable practices that regular people would be shocked to learn.

Well, it worked—we’re shocked. A bit angry. A tad grossed out. And in need of a long, hot shower. We won’t look at any of these professions the same way again. We’ll _never ever_ drink straight from cans or bottles. And we won’t trust certain businesses (not to mention pizza places) the same way we did before ever again.

Scroll down, upvote the secrets that you were most surprised by, and spill the beans about the secrets at your own profession in the comments below. Bored Panda also spoke to redditor CircleBox2 about their viral thread, so have a read through what they said below. Just keep in mind, some of these hidden things are eye-opening in a Lovecraftian sort of way. Sometimes… sometimes it’s best not to know about what’s hiding in the dark corners of the Earth.

#1

This may come as a surprise, but your vet tech is not "only in it for the money" primarily because we are paid very little please stop yelling at me

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Bill
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7 months ago

Most vet techs I know are in it for the employee discount.

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#2

Church worker here. This may be specific to the church I work for, but I think it's pretty common for bigger (1,000+ members) churches. They're two-faced. They'll tell the janitorial crew "janitorial service is truly a ministry, and it's so good and so important." But guess what. When the church needs to make cutbacks, we're some of the first ones screwed over. We're the ones expected to clean until 2-3am on a Sunday morning after people have used the building until midnight.

As a woman, I've straight up been harassed by the guy pretty high up in the church hierarchy, and nobody really has my back.

There are so many fake, judgemental, hateful people who hide behind the guise of Christianity. People who will lock people out of the building and laugh at them. They tell the people who aren't dressed presentable enough to sit in the back, if that person isn't run off by their frozen, hateful stares.

This is so anti what a church and Christianity should be.

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Mimi777
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7 months ago

There are too many people out there who use religion to justify their nasty hateful behavior.

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#3

Sometimes librarians read the new books before registering them in the catalogue for the public.

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Andrew Gibb
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7 months ago

A perk of the job

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Well, it seems like a lot of people wanted to crack Pandora’s box open just a bit or have a sneak peek inside. CircleBox2’s question got over 18.5k answers and comments while over 39.9k redditors upvoted the post.

"Having just graduated from school and on the hunt for my first job, I have been networking with professionals from diverse industries a lot. A recurring theme in a lot of my conversations with them was how their industries have dark secrets that are endemic and structural," the redditor told us about what inspired them to create the thread in the first place.

"An example that comes to mind is how bankers created financial products which they knew were ethically questionable, such as subprime mortgages. This got me thinking, what dark secrets do other professions have, which the industry as a whole tolerates or turns a blind eye towards?"

#4

I have worked in vetmed since 2013. I have this habit, especially when owners don't want to be present for their pet's euthanasia, in which I give their pets chocolate, pieces of my meal (meat, bread, cheese, even onions/garlic), or the best wet food from our pantry prior to them being given the drugs that help them pass.

They don't suffer from the damaging effects of those foods if they're being euthanized minutes after. I like to give them a taste of something they would never get to try otherwise. Of course, I would never do this unless the pet was already en route to the room where the procedure would take place

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Jill Emory
Community Member
7 months ago

Owners who don't want to be present for their pet's euthanasia. A$$hats. These people are jerks. How anyone can abandon their pet in its last moments on Earth is beyond me. What a cruel thing to do to your pet.

Curry on...
Community Member
7 months ago

Don't judge. I had to have the city put my 15 year old dog down, and they don't let you in to see it. Besides that, I was a basket case for several days after. I might have taken longer to recover had I seen it all in person.

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kasa alex
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7 months ago

This is kind of beautiful, but also sad

Zoe's Mom
Community Member
7 months ago

Last year, 3 of us went with a good friend who had to put down "Corkie". We ALL went in to say good-bye as he went over the rainbow. PLEASE..stay with your pets. They are already scared and you should be the last person they should see being going "home".

DKS 001
Community Member
7 months ago

I would have to be present if my cat was euthanized. I wouldn't want her passing alone with strangers or without her knowing how important she's been to me. I'd help you give her niblets of nom noms too.

Claire
Community Member
7 months ago

My aunt fed one of her dogs a whole piece of chocolate cake before taking him to be PTS.

TS Rhodes
Community Member
7 months ago

Thank you. I think people who run out when their pet being euthanized are scum. I know it's hard. All of my pets have died in my arms.

Animal lover❤
Community Member
7 months ago

I hope to become a vet one day but I would never agree to put down a pet for any other reason besides suffering. I've heard some people will/would do it because of barking or something like that. People can be awful

Tina Stacy
Community Member
7 months ago

It broke my heart not to be home for my one dogs passing! We had to put down one dog before vacation and while I was gone the other dog needed to be put down. I cried for hours and I still feel like I wasn't a good dog mom.

CincyReds
Community Member
7 months ago

I just can't imagine a per owner not wanting to be their beloved pet/family member in their final moments. When I had to make the extremely hard decision to put my German Shepherd down, I made sure my face was the last face she saw.

R L
Community Member
7 months ago

I would still feed them even if they had the needle in their leg. Lovely gesture.

Tiffany Marie
Community Member
7 months ago

It hurts but I'd need to hold my babies paw and be strong. It hurts them more not being there with them. My cats are still very young. But if the day comes, ill be there by their side.

Iapetos
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7 months ago

This is actually very cool!

David Jeu
Community Member
7 months ago

Maybe cool is not the most appropriate word here

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Vinniegret
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1 month ago

I wanted to be with my dog when she was put down and the vet staff advised me not to. I will FOREVER be haunted at the last look she gave me as I left the room crying. And it makes me cry even now. I lost her in 1990. I stayed with my sweet cat and though it was sad, very sad, I knew it was the right place for me to be. I held her. No matter what, it's never easy.

Dorothy Cloud
Community Member
6 months ago

This guy sounds like a caring wonderful person!

Viv Hart
Community Member
6 months ago

I caressed my dog the whole time the vet was busy, right till she stopped breathing, then I gave her a last kiss. Even the vet was sad, I received such a lovely card from the practice when I collected the wee pot with her ashes, which I sprinkled in the garden with my Mom's, they both loved the garden.

Fieke Engelen
Community Member
6 months ago

many many years ago, my poor cat needed to be euthanised. At that time I had no idea I might have been allowed to be there. I will never quite forgive myself

Joanne Hudson
Community Member
6 months ago

People who are about to die and are aware, frequently wait until everyone has gone home and then let go. I am torn; our pets put on a brave face for us all their lives; wouldn't they struggle in death to hold on "for us"? Also, they are often given a tranquilizer first, so they are not conscious. Due to various circumstances, I was only present when my last bunny passed. She was given a tranquilizer and lay there still with her tongue hanging out while the vet and his tech bustled around setting things up. He was delayed in traffic and arrived late. It was not pleasant in any way and no comfort.

Jane Dorothy Warner
Community Member
7 months ago

Being present at euthanasia is like you're dying yourself. If you've experienced it with one pet, I am not too surprised that you would not want to go through it for another. I have been present four times, for old or very sick cats, and even remembering it now is making me tear up. I sure hope there IS a rainbow bridge cos I want to hug them all again.

Jane Alexander
Community Member
7 months ago

Our vet gave him something to put him unconcious, so we were there for him while he dozed off. Then we could leave before the 'final curtain'. This is the best way for all.

JJM
Community Member
7 months ago

It is easy to be judgmental when losing a beloved pet. Some cannot bear the heart ache it causes and want to remember their pet alive. And 'vetmed' bless you.

Amanda Hartley
Community Member
7 months ago

Thank you for making their last moments happy ones & I agree with others any owner who is not there at the end is dispicable - stop thinking about yourself, your fur baby needs you more than ever before.

Sue Knerl
Community Member
7 months ago

I wanted to be there when my Oliver was euth'd but the vet took him out of the room! I wanted to follow or tell her come back here with him, I want to be with him. Stupid bitch.

backatya
Community Member
7 months ago

That's nice of this person to give pets the best tasty treats before leaving this world

Mer☕️🧭☕️
Community Member
7 months ago

I used to want to denigrate people who couldn't be with their pet when the pet was killed but the older I get, the more I understand that some people truly can not handle that emotional devastation. On the one hand I don't think those people should have gotten the pets in the first place if they couldn't be with them through the end, but on the other hand I like to think they've given their pets a wonderful life filled with otherwise amazing emotion. I don't know; I'm not them (those humans or those pets).

Valerie Houghton
Community Member
7 months ago

If you love a pet when they are alive, how could you leave it without that love, at their end?

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7 months ago

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kathyberthahazel
Community Member
7 months ago

My lab was a favorite at the vet and when he needed to be euthanized there was a line of vet techs to come say goodbye. One hand fed him her emergency chocolate stash. We all mourned together. I was at his head and wouldn't have it any other way.

Caroline Nagel
Community Member
7 months ago

I was there when my cat Marie passed. It was very emotional. The vet made a paw print and I still have it framed on the wall. She'll be forever with me.

MCathenaE
Community Member
7 months ago

I'm sorry, but your pet dedicated it's whole world to loving you unconditionally. If you can make the decision to euthanize, you should be the last thing your pet sees as it passes. I was a vet tech for many years & assisted with many euthanasias. It never, ever, ever got any easier & I cried during every single one. I know it's an emotional experience, but how would you feel if the one person who was the center of your world passed you off to some stranger during your last moments??? If the vet clinic won't let you be present, insist.

Oskar vanZandt
Community Member
7 months ago

I was present for one of my two cats who had to be euthanised due to vehicular/dog inflicted injuries. I was heartsick for days after the first whom I didn't stay with. Same amount of pain as for the second, whose life I saw petering away... I still tear-up when I think about them. Hardest decisions to make, even though the vet said there was no chance of a 'good recovery' for either.

Thalia Lovering
Community Member
7 months ago

In some countries it isn't legal for someone other than medical staff to be present.

Bri Nicole
Community Member
7 months ago

I don't know how you could possibly leave your pet when they need you the most. I can't even stand when they take my dog back without me for a single shot. I don't want her to be alone when afraid. EVER.

Sasha Kuleshov
Community Member
7 months ago

Poor animals :'(

Kitsune Fox Girl
Community Member
7 months ago

that is beautiful

Susie
Community Member
7 months ago

To anyone who doesn't want to be present for their pet's euthanasia, know this: They search the faces in the room looking for a familiar one. Let yours be the last they see, not a stranger.

Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
7 months ago

How can people not be present.

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I don’t know if this is a total secret, but a lot of the talking points about how expensive lawyers are, or how plaintiffs lawyers get unreasonably high payouts for doing little work, is driven by corporations trying to discourage people from suing them.

For example, most plaintiffs lawyers are working entirely on a contingency basis (meaning that they advance all costs with the risk of no reimbursement and don’t see a dime unless they win), and almost all will give you a free consultation. But by spreading the false narrative of “it’s gonna cost you to even talk to a lawyer about that,” big companies discourage you from even consulting one and finding out the truth.

Similarly, the narrative of plaintiffs lawyers getting unreasonably high fees for cases is also designed to misrepresent the truth. For example, you hear a big company say “this class action got $2.50 for each person, but the attorneys got $250k” or something. But, the only reason the attorneys got all that money is because the company went balls to the wall litigating over $2.50, racking up attorneys fees on both sides, when they could have shortcircuited the whole thing from the outset by saying “you got us, here’s your money” and paid next to nothing in attorneys fees. Plus, $2.50 times a million people is a lot of money, meaning that the fees were justified by the total amount recovered, and that the case was not so insignificant to begin with. But, by controlling the narrative, companies make it seem like it’s unreasonable to be mad that they stole millions from consumers, and that’s it’s even more unreasonable for someone whose job it is to take on all the risk, and then get paid based on a percentage of what their results are.

Sure, there are windfall cases, but usually those cases are needed just to offset the 10 other cases where you took a haircut on fees. It’s like putting $100 in a slot machine, losing 10 times, and then hitting one jackpot on your last turn to make it back to $100, and then having the casino say “he got $100 for a single game of slots, this is ridiculous” until you’re forced to give back $90 of what you won. How likely are you going to be to play again?

There’s a lot more to this but the TLDR is that companies are projecting when they paint lawyers as greedy, and do so in order to minimize the chance that they get called on their bullshit

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Malakai
Community Member
7 months ago

This needs to be WAAAAAAAAYYYYYYY higher

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#6

Have you ever started filling out a form for a quote on something (insurance website, or literally anything) and then changed your mind and said "nah, I don't want to give them my personal information", and then abandoned the form before pressing "submit"?

If you think that stopped them from getting your personal information, it didn't. Most companies looking to capture leads will capture your info in real time as you enter it into a form. The submit button is just there to move you to the next step, not to actually send your information to the company.

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Kesam
Community Member
7 months ago

Good to know (though I'm not surprised)

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CircleBox2 said that they expected to get some responses, but had no idea that the thread would blow up the way that it did. "One of the unique advantages of Reddit is that allowing people to be anonymous makes them a lot more comfortable divulging information which they otherwise might have been hesitant to."

We wanted to find out which secrets shocked the redditor the most. Here's what they had to say: "The ones that shocked me the most had to do with people having a callous attitude towards human life. One that comes to mind is about an oncologist who will exploit a family’s grief and sadness just to make more money—when a patient’s death is all but certain, he/she will suggest a 'therapy' which 'may just work,' costing exorbitant amounts of money, just for the patient to die one or two treatments in."

#7

Retail (and former warehouse) worker.

Never drink straight from the can/bottle. Workers climb on the stacks, rats run over them in the warehouse, they sit in stagnant water under leaaking roofs, etc, etc.

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Mimi777
Community Member
7 months ago

I always rinse the top of my can before I open it!

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#8

Sometimes we lick artifacts to quickly determine if they are bone or pottery (bone sticks pottery doesn’t). And then tap them on our teeth to determine if they are pottery or a rock (rock will hurt pottery won’t). Archaeology

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Sill Marien
Community Member
7 months ago

Sometimes? It's like heavily overused technique :D

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#9

I ended up quitting a career because people (all genders and ages) kept trying to solicite me for prostitution.

Young male massage therapist.

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Pamela24
Community Member
7 months ago

Heartbreaking.

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CircleBox2 said that, in their opinion, there aren't any secrets that we're better off not knowing. "As ethical consumers and responsible citizens, the more we know, the better. Everyone has a moral obligation to ensure that people aren’t being put in harm's way just to serve corporate interests, and to hold them accountable when they do."

But what would happen if suddenly everyone were to learn all about the dark secrets in various professions? According to the redditor, not much would change. "There are many dark secrets which are already common knowledge, but for one reason or another, people seem to either tolerate them or look the other way, sadly. But hopefully, the more light we can shed on them, especially those that involve egregious human rights abuses, the easier it will become to take steps to deal with them."

They added, summing up their thoughts about the thread: "A quote by Lily Kershaw comes to mind—'Nothing's ever really as it seems.'"

#10

The amount of good food that is thrown away. It’s pretty sickening.

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Kesam
Community Member
7 months ago

So sad... 🙁

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#11

Not currently my profession but ghost writers in fiction. John Grisham, Danielle Steele, James Patterson, Janet Evanovich etc., all those big names with an NYT bestseller every year use ghostwriters who are are never credited or mentioned. It's barely even a secret.

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Julie C Rose
Community Member
7 months ago

My opinion of Ann M Martin has gone up; she always credited her ghosties. I used to hang out in a Babysitters Club snark community on LiveJournal and we regularly commented on each ghostie’s quirks.

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#12

Sometime we learn something the day before we teach it to you.

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Anna McHugh
Community Member
7 months ago

A quick survey of Australian English teachers suggests that even this isn't true.

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It’s one thing when an employee acts unethically and violates the rules for their own benefit. But it’s a whole other ball game when management either purposefully ignores bad practices or actively enforces them.

For example, the Consumer Federation of America reports that 4 digital communications companies had created a tight “oligopoly on steroids” to overcharge Americans roughly 60 billion dollars each year.

Meanwhile, one thing that we see popping up, again and again, is just how low hygiene standards can drop in pizza joints and other fast food places. Well, some fast food joints might have some other iffy secrets floating about. For example, researchers at Hollins University found that 48 percent of soda fountains at fast food restaurants had coliform bacteria in them (they’re commonly found in poop).

#13

When your city asks you to conserve water because there's a drought, what they don't tell you is that the maximum amount consumers could reduce their use by is dwarfed by the amount of water leaking out of old and poorly maintained infrastructure

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Eva Bryson
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7 months ago

Then you do all you can to conserve and get hit with higher fees next year because the water board didn't make enough money the previous year because everyone conserved!

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#14

There is a problem in substance abuse treatment in the United States called body brokering. Substance abuse treatment can be very expensive and insurance companies pay A LOT of money for a patient to be there. Treatment centers will hire “body brokers” to find addicts with the best, highest paying insurance and entice them to check in to the specific center, the treatment center then gives the broker a commission from the insurance money.

This can go as far as body brokers literally putting more drugs in to the hands of some addicts before they come in, bc the higher level of drugs in your system upon admit, the more and longer the insurance company will pay to the treatment center.

Brokers will also hire other addicts in a pyramid scheme type way to check in to the treatment center, make friends with the other patients, and upon discharge encourage relapse so they come back to treatment.

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Ray Heap
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7 months ago

That is seriously fucked up.

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#15

Lot of unethical shipping companies EVEN TODAY dump a lot of garbage, oily sludge, waste contaminated water and oil out when sailing in international waters far away from the shore. There are only a few handful players today who are actually executing business trades while still keeping the carbon footprint and enviornment as one of their core policies. I am glad to be working with one one them

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Vic
Community Member
7 months ago

These companies need to have their operating license revoked

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Soda machines can also have mold growing inside of them because they’re darn difficult to clean. So if you want to avoid an upset stomach, get something to drink that comes in a bottle or a can. Just remember to wipe them down first and recycle them afterward.

While we might be better off not knowing some secrets for our own peace of mind, these are the kind of secrets we definitely need to know so we can act differently.

#16

Jockeys (not all obviously but in general) are encouraged to be bulimic. It's normalised to the point where there are often extra bathrooms set up just for puking in. With toilets that are specially designed for the amount of vomit they take in. And no one gives a single sh*t because of the competition and the lengths you have to go to succeed. Trainers will literally explain to you how to do it, and how to do it 'properly'. They call it 'wasting' not purging but it's basically forced bulimia. It's incredibly fu**ed up

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CatWoman312
Community Member
7 months ago

Wow

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#17

You know the people who write instruction manuals or user guides in things you buy?

Half the time, they've never even seen or touched the product. Some dude just sends us pictures, a rough description of how it's supposed to work, and that's it.

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Daria B
Community Member
7 months ago

It doesn't surprise me. Especially if you're in the translation team. Most of the time, new products/contents are translated "in the dark".

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#18

Anesthesiologist here. The inhaled anesthetics or “gas” we use to keep you unconscious during surgery are a mystery to us. We don’t know how they work. There are theories, but we just know that it keeps you asleep...😬

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kasa alex
Community Member
7 months ago

lol

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#19

As a kitchen hand I'd often have to 'refresh' the squid and mussels in a fine dining restaurant. That basically meant go through all the old smelly seafood, clean it in salt water and keep on selling it. I don't order seafood in restaurants.

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Mimi777
Community Member
7 months ago

This is disgusting. One of my favorite dishes is the mussels at Carrabba’s now I don’t know if I can bring myself to order it again.

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#20

Young kids talk to their teachers/coaches/counselors/principals about their parents. A lot. And kids pick up on all the dirty little secrets.

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Tiggy Darling
Community Member
7 months ago

I'm a childcare worker. A Dad came in with a broken leg that he said he broke playing football. Later on the child told us his Dad broke it dancing in Mummy's boots. We hear a lot!

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#21

The real reason programmers have so many screens is because one of them almost always has Google pulled up on it. No one knows what they are doing 100% off the time. Its typically always "hmmm this should work" or "well hope this works"

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brukernavn340
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7 months ago

What about on the time?

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#22

I work at a county jail in the midwest. The most disturbing thing about jail is the terrible loop some inmates get stuck in. Many inmates with mental issues get caught in this loop where they cant have any clothes or items because they will try to kill themselves and they are locked in their cell for 23 hours a day. This makes them more angry so when they are finally let out they lash out at staff and then are locked down again. Its a vicious cycle for a lot of inmates and makes a lot of mental illness a whole lot worse. Staff cant do anything though because if they allow the inmate with mental illness to socialize then they risk a lawsuit from those around them, because of the individuals history of violent outbursts. Majority of hospitals wont take them because they wont risk their staff. So they are just stuck in a room and their only hope is consistent medication stabilizing them.

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Mimi777
Community Member
7 months ago

This is really awful and heartbreaking. I knew a guy who worked at the city jail and the jail cells had these speakers that the employees use to speak to the inmates and he told me how late at night him and another employee would yell into them really loud to scare the shit out of inmates. And sometimes whisper and try to freak them out especially If they were on drugs or coming off drugs and were paranoid. I was so shocked and disgusting by his behavior.

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#23

There is no reason to be embarrassed about your body, specifically your sex organs in front of your doctor, nurse ect. We have seen so many genitals and naked bodies, yours does not even faze us.

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J-Yogi-Temp-Mom
Community Member
7 months ago

it used to make me embarrassed until I had children, now it doesn't even phase me.

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#24

The acceptance of illegally harvested or over harvested exotic lumber in the musical instrument industry.

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Iapetos
Community Member
7 months ago

This is heartbreaking as a musician. Glad they make cellos from spruce and maple...

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#25

Teachers are often made to cap grade failures at 20% or lower. The students that did not demonstrate enough knowledge for credit to pass are still moved along to the next grade. This results in having 9th graders in my English 1 class who read below grade level, sometimes as stunted as on a 2nd or 3rd grade level. These students are constantly frustrated and can become behavior issues. It's also heartbreaking to identify and feel helpless in catching the student up due to current demands from administrators and school leaders.

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Dave P
Community Member
7 months ago

Social promotion is really bad, in NYC where I live about 1 in 3 students who finish high school read on a 7th grade reading level or lower, 20% 6th grade or below. Also a survey of math teachers in our local public colleges say that 80% of public school students who get into college are not ready for college level math. Social Promotion hurts, and we spend a ton of money of teachers (57k starting salary, caps at 115k after 23 years) and students here (28k per student) without results

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#26

I am a fairly high-ranking executive at a very large Japanese firm and literally everything important is decided while wining, dining and some things worse than that on the company dime. Meetings are perfunctory and usually conclude with "we agree to research and consider this important issue more carefully moving forward." The the actual deal happens at 2am in a hostess club.

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Monday
Community Member
7 months ago

To be fair it is much easier to negotiate a deal when your opponent/potential client is intoxicated or....otherwise distracted.

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#27

I work for the state government here.

Basically, I honestly don't work except for maybe 30 mins a day.

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misteriosa
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7 months ago

We know, honey, we know. -.-

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#28

Pretty much ALL the high-end handmade in Australia jewellery in Australia is made at a secret factory in Bali. All the clients have to show an established business and sign confidentiality agreements.

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The Cute Cat
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7 months ago

This one is gold..

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#29

University Professor: we don’t actually read your entire answer. Most of us don’t.

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Anna McHugh
Community Member
7 months ago

Christ no - you can tell the quality of the writing and thought in the intro and first paragraph.

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#30

This isn't dark or really secret, but really funny and nobody else would know this: For playing trombone, we sometimes have to pull our buttocks together, so we can reach a high note.

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Trying so hard thinking
Community Member
7 months ago

Under pressure....

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