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Saturday, July 23, 2022
Chronicles of Twatrick: Back to the basement.
I have it on moderately reliable authority that Lloydminster's Patrick Ross, rather than continue working knowing that a chunk of his salary would be going to me via garnishment, walked away from his job in northern Alberta and has returned to his father's basement in the Lloyd, where he is currently bemoaning the retirement of WWE's Vince McMahon and lecturing women online about why they are not entitled to basic reproductive rights and bodily autonomy.
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If Patrick quit without cause, then I'm pretty sure he's not entitled to EI, is he?
That is what I heard, although I am not an authority on the subject.
Same anon as before: If Patrick gets another job in Lloydminster or anywhere else, can you use the same garnishment order?
Yes; the garnishment order is based on the fact that Patrick owes me almost $110,000 (and growing), and is not tied to any particular employer. If Patrick changes employer, the Saskatchewan sheriffs will simply serve the new employer and, hilariously, the cost of that service will be added to Patrick's debt. But here's the rub.
First, I would of course have to determine where Patrick is working, but that should be easy thanks to my network of spies, and also thanks to Patrick's talent for posting on social media where he is. For someone trying to evade the law, he is particularly stupid in constantly revealing his location.
More interestingly, it is highly unlikely that he would get a job in or near Lloydminster, as I have heard from multiple sources that no one in that vicinity will have anything to do with him due to his reputation as an obnoxious asshat. That is why, to get even a menial job, he had to go all the way to Clairmont, AB -- he needed to go far enough away so that no one knew what sort of arrogant dipshit he is. And now it appears he's even blown *that* gig.
In any event, no matter where Patrick goes, I will learn about it, and a garnishment order will not be far behind.
I’m sure that several MLAs in Y’Allberda would happily take on Patrick as part of their team of propaganda spouting assistants.
Oil is around $100/barrel, unemployment is super low in Alberta, and Twatsy apparently can't even manage gainful employment. This is exactly the type of economy where even uneducated blue-collar grunts like Twatrick should be making bank.
On the bright side, we presume that you will get your pound of flesh out of Twatrick's final FluidPro paycheque. Maybe you'll have the right to see his actual paystub, which could reveal alternate bank accounts?
He could get hired by an MLA if he could only explain why he never got his BA.
Um, Jason Kenney dropped out of college (mind you, not after 7 years).
@thwap: In Alberta politics, I don't think the BA is a requirement. At All.
Ontario's premier never had much time for a BA either, what with all the money he was making selling drugs out the back of his car.
MgS, unlike Alberta, a BA appears be a requirement in Saskatchewan politics. At the very least, it's good to lie that you have one, as Andrew Scheer did when he was elected to the House in 2004. To be fair, he did complete his degree in 2008 after ten years of study. There's no reason to believe someone with seven years study won't finish one day.
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