Podcast Link - give it a listen if you can, but it's a tough one.
Amanda notes that his health seemed to have ups and downs over this timespan. Sometimes he would seem okay, but other times he clearly wasn't.
*At this point, various people at AEW were aware of Brodie's health issues, as it was known that he was sent... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I just spent the last two and a half months working for a company as seasonal labor. Customer service during the busy time of the year. Over the past couple months all 13 people who were hired as seasonal have been told that 3 full-time positions would be given out to those with the best performance.
Now that the the date for our temporary position is two days away they have sent emails to people informing them of whether or not they received a position. the email stated that there was only a limited number of full-time positions and unfortunately you were not the one chosen.. As if they thought we would not talk amongst ourselves we found out that all 13 people were told the same thing.
In other words there were no full-time positions.
One person in our group was the smart one. When they got hired on they asked to see details of pay, benefits and the likely schedule of the potential full-time position. The job recruiter could not provide this at all. She said that they dodged this question multiple times and she knew right then and there that there would be no full-time positions given to anyone. Because the position did not exist.
So from now on when I get hired on a temporary basis with an expectation that it can lead to a full-time position I will be asking for the details of that potential job and you should too.
In the last 24 hours, there have been 5 class action suits filed against Robinhood for their actions yesterday. However, 4 of those 5, the class lead is a Plaintiff that didn't own shares of the affected stocks and were people who were forbidden from buying them. They essentially boiled down to a person searching for a stock, not being able to find it, and claiming damages from that. Only one of the 5 - the one filed in the 10th Circuit, District of Colorado - is led by a Plaintiff who was actually IN these equities, sold some shares after the restriction occurred, and has actual tangible damages as a result of the trading platforms. As a result of this and the fact that this is the only one that is suing more than just Robinhood (it's also going after all the major trading platforms, Apex and Citadel), it's highly likely that this particular one is the one all the other class actions are going to get rolled into, even though the New York one was filed first. It's also the only one of the 5 led by a firm that specializes in class action.
I've been in contact with the lead in this case (I'm backing it, in fact), and the firm is looking for all other people who have demonstrable losses and damages as a result of RH, TDA, Schwab et al's actions as they compile their opening salvo.
The firm representing the action in the 10th Circuit is the Hannon Law Firm, and the case is being speared by founder Kevin Hannon.
EDIT: AMERICA ONLY. Also, please don't Chatbox me. I'm not the lawyer. If you can provide proof of you being inhibited from performing a trade, being stopped out of a position, having your options fucked over because of their manipulation, or selling for less money than you could have sold for before they restricted the stocks in question, then follow the instructions above. Don't make me remember no good deed goes unpunished.
Not sure where to start. When I was about 8 my mum begun having an affair with my best friends (L) dad, who was still married to her best friends mum. It was a messy affair and once everything came to light, both sets of parents separated and my mum and new stepdad (M) bought a house together. About six months later, he died from undetected coronary heart disease and had a heart attack at 3am. I’m now 22 and L is 21.
L and I remained best friends for around 3 more years, with her coming to our house every weekend. When I went to high school my mum told me to not be friends with her anymore as it reminded her of the past. I cut her off with no warning and I could tell this hurt L a lot, and it did me too as she was my best friend, but we both moved on with our lives, with me ultimately moving schools so I didn’t have to see her anymore.
The two of us are friends on Facebook but have had absolutely no contact since we were about 11. We live in a small town and I’ve heard through multiple people and mutual friends that her dads death is something she’s immensely struggled with and she’s had mental health issues from around the time we stopped being friends.
About a week ago, I received a Facebook message from her basically telling me that she was sorry to bother me but had been in therapy and had really wanted details from that night to help her piece together what had happened. Her mum was unaware of everything, involving the fact that he had died before even reaching hospital. I read her message and didn’t reply to it, as although he wasn’t my dad and I have a really good relationship with my own, it was a traumatic night for me and I don’t want to talk about it and my mum told me not to.
Last night I received another message from her saying she thinks it’s incredibly unfair of me to not even acknowledge her message when it had taken a lot of courage for her to do so. I replied saying my side and she called me an asshole and pleaded with me to at least tell her something. I haven’t replied. Does this make me an asshole? It’s my trauma just as much as it is hers