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Jamie's Comment
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What I got from this is he refused to do a hair test, and got fired for refusing a drug test and took them to court over it ??rofl-1.gifrofl-1.gif

Rick S.'s Comment
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So lemme get this straight - you have a "right" to do whatever you please in your "off duty time"?

In a "safety sensitive position"?

Glad THIS GUY will never work in the industry again. Yet another example of the "entitled class" that's taking over this country...

Rick

PackRat's Comment
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Schneider is better off without this idiot. Any company is better off without this idiot.

Robsteeler's Comment
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If you’re going to smack talk, at least spell properly.rofl-2.gif

Brett Aquila's Comment
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There are certainly a lot of people who somehow don't seem to understand that jobs which entail putting the lives of innocent people at risk require a much higher level of commitment and responsibility. When you want to be in a position where the lives of others depend on your actions and decisions then you simply must be willing and able to step it up to a higher level. This goes for Military, police, firefighters, doctors, construction site foreman, truck drivers, and of course many others.

Fortunately the really simple minded folk almost always find a way to eliminate themselves early on in the process.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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There are many companies that aren’t even safety sensitive that drug test and will fire you got a negative. My daughter and wife work for a supermarket and they drug test, for example.

Chuck S.'s Comment
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This is an attitude that is rapidly growing in this country

OWI:

Operating While Intoxicated

Tim 's Comment
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If you’re going to smack talk, at least spell properly.rofl-2.gif

He was probably indulging in some “off duty” activities!rofl-3.gif

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