The staff were beyond friendly and attentive. Our room, one of the Seahouses on the beach was incredible. The food was superb. “I watched another manager simply tell another lady that we required them and she just yelled, ‘I have a doctor’s note’ and walked off.”The United Food and Commercial Workers Union, which represents some stores with newly mandatory masking, like Kroger supermarkets, said the masks were a good policy to protect workers, but that enforcement should be left to trained security.”Kroger’s action to mandate masks for customers is long overdue and an important step that UFCW has been calling for since the beginning of the pandemic,” UFCW President Marc Perrone said in a statement. “To help save lives, every retailer and grocery store across this nation must adopt a mask requirement, and enforcement must be done by trained professionals, not retail workers already stretched thin during this crisis.”The risks for retail workers who did not sign up to act as de facto bouncers when they took the job is real. On July 11, a Walmart shopper pulled a gun when asked to mask.
Louis Post Dispatch/Tribune News Service via Getty Images Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said on Friday that he would pardon the St. Louis couple that pointed guns at Black Lives Matter protesters marching past their home last month. The bigger question should be what role have we played in creating such a situation? Sure it is easy to point a finger at these people and declare them law breakers but what conditions created this crisis? If you look back into history US corporations went to Central and South America to get fruit and other products for sale in the US. They bought massive amounts of land at pennies on the dollar (kind of reminds me of the early settlers who bought land from the Native Americans with only trinkets) and hired these people to farm what we wanted. Low and behold we placed dictators in place of their leaders which were not much better but now we had a friend or so we thought.
This year’s Big Emmy Snubs also included “Ugly Betty” star America Ferrera. She got pushed aside to make room for Toni Collette, who plays multiple personalities in Showtime’s “United States of Tara.” Also nommed in the category are Christina Applegate of ABC’s defunct “Samantha Who?”, Fey, Julia Louis Dreyfus of CBS’s “New Adventures of Old Christine,” Showtimes’s “Weeds” lead Mary Louise Parker, and a surprise nom for Sarah Silverman, star of “The Sarah Silverman Program” on Comedy Central. That’s acting?.