As their name implies, TrainGuy 659 specializes in all things trains. Even though this video features video taken from a toy train, it’s arguably more entertaining because of the miniature perspective.
Davonte Wilson of Plano, Texas spends all day decorating bananas for 10 dollars a pop. He takes orders from his website Bananas Gone Wild. He got the idea while working in a hospital as an electrocardiogram technician. At the time, drawing faces on bananas was just an eccentric hobby but now he says he's on track to make $100,000. If that doesn't make you question your life choices, take a look at his handiwork:
It was around 3 pm and the drive thru at work was packed. I had at least ten orders on screen and a few more I couldn't see. I was the presenter (the person who hands you the food) and we were short handed all day, so I was running and packing orders for myself.
Long story short, it was fucking busy.
As a rule, I can't take orders at my window. It slows shit down and I don't have an open register at my window.
So this woman pulls up and says "I wanna add an apple pie"
Me: "I'm sorry I can't take orders at this window."
Bitch: [instant attitude] "Why not??"
I explain politely the rules and that we are busy.
Bitch: :That's fucking stupid I wanna speak to a manager, go ask her!"
Manager says the same shit I did. I relay the message.
Bitch: "Nah, that's bullshit where is she?"
Me: "Ma'm she is over there and very busy at the moment. You can come in and order if you like."
Meanwhile I'm being yelled at for my drive not moving.
Bitch: "Lemme speak to her."
Finally I'm just like fuck this. This bitch is slowing me down and I don't wanna fight the battle. I ask my manager if I can just give her the pie so she'll leave. As I hand the pie out the window, I just say, "Here you can have the pie have a nice day."
And in the most obnoxious way possible this bitch says, "That's what the fuck I'm talking about!!"
Me: "Yeah, you're a great person for that"
Bitch: "FUUUUCCKK OFF!" as she drives away.
It wasn't the whole pie incident so much as she caused a fucking scene for a 75 cent pie. I just hate people like that. She had a chance to add when she was at the first window. Once you're at my window, its understood your order is final. (or is supposed to be.) I could have refused and told her to leave or I'd call the police, but she seemed to be the kind of bitch who literally would sit there until the police forced her to move, which would have added ten minutes or more to an already long line.
The next customers in line however, were wonderfully nice as they saw how she had been acting. And those people are the ones that make my shitty job a little bit easier.
Executives generally aren't known for giving away their wealth.
But Chobani founder and CEO Hamdi Ulukaya just did, in the form of stock.
The New York Times reports that Ulukaya announced on Tuesday that every full-time employee of the yogurt company would receive an ownership stake — and the portion of the company now owned by employees comes directly from majority owner Ulukaya's own shares.
That portion, now owned by about 2,000 employees, could be worth up to 10% of the company.
"I've built something I never thought would be such a success, but I cannot think of Chobani being built without all these people," Ulukaya told Stephanie Strom at the Times. "Now they'll be working to build the company even more and building their future at the same time."
This move isn't out of character for Ulukaya, who signed Warren Buffett and Bill Gates' Giving Pledge, committing himself to giving away half his wealth, an estimated $1.82 billion. He also instituted a 4o1(k) retirement savings plan at Chobani, and told the Times that he's encouraged employees to sign up — and as far as the ones that didn't, "I've continued to worry about them in retirement."