People working at Walmart deserve low pay and horrible treatment? I hope the commentators who feel this way realize that this is how some people afford to live as an older person and often can’t find a job elsewhere. RETAIL IS A HARD JOB people enjoy deserve at the very least a living wage. These people aren’t asking for welfare or to be handed things they are asking to be treated fairly and like Human beings. I hope the previous people who commented negatively about how if you work for any length of time at Walmart you deserve this treatment find themselves down and out so they can learn some energy compassionate empathy for the middle and lower class in the USA that is struggling to survive right now.
Yeah none of these apply really. Step up your game buzzfeed.
- sindarr "Welcome To Uncanny Valley"
Response to A Texas Mom Created An App That Makes It Impossible For Kids To Ignore Their Parents’ Texts:
An abuser doesn’t need an app to control the relationship. The person being abused will already be in trouble for ignoring calls or texts without the app. And the phone always has the ability to dial emergency services that the app user can’t remove. They could also factory reset their phone if they needed to and tell the abuser the phone was stolen and then secretly still have the phone for a bit. Or they could buy a secondary pay as you go phone and keep that one a secret. Ultimately it might even be able to help prove abuse or control in a court thus getting divorce or restraining order easier. This app doesn’t create abuse nor does it really make any abuse happening any worse. And as for the apps original purpose good parents can have wild kids and it isn’t a violation to want to know that your kid will answer your calls and txts on the phone you are paying for. Ultimately tho kid can buy a throw away phone and keep it a secret too.