Movie theater staff are pretty patient people. Considering they're mostly teenagers, and deal with some really grumpy (and messy) people sometimes, they do a great job. But there are couple things you could do or say to be immediately evicted... and one Portland woman discovered one:
Imagine you risk your life daily for 24 years to help people for a living, and a group who wants to protest your profession is forcing you to work late on Black Friday. Would you be upset? But what if you're a cop and you're complaining about "Black Lives Matter" and call them "fools" on Twitter... it puts your employer in a sticky situation.
Missouri State University was in turmoil this month because African Americans students felt the school did not do enough responding to racism messaging on campus. Now Lewis & Clark College in Portland is doing the same thing over Yik Yak.
Municipal police and Multnomah and Clackamas county leaders are scratching their heads after dozens of residents reported "Join the Klan to Save Our Land" fliers being placed on their doors and driveways this week.
Portland, Oregon, is famous for being weird, so when a local resident spotted a court case labeled "United States of America v. All Roosters, Born and Unborn (to include Gamecocks, Cocks, Birds and Chickens)" they naturally demanded an explanation.
If my boss wore a crucifix necklace or posted Christian-themed memes to Facebook I wouldn't mind a bit. But if she started leading prayer circles at work and pasting Bible verses around the office I might get uncomfortable -- even if I agreed. That's the position four mall cops found themselves in and when they complained they were fired.