Hm. At least if Ben reports the Mystique Mystaque Matt can blame the whistle-blowing on a disgruntled former employee and make the police believe it’s lies all lies. Not a very good plan, but seems to be all he has.
First let me say I think this is fake. If it isn’t Matt could be in BIG trouble, a court ruled TODAY that it is protected speech. In that case the person was at home on their own time, so he may have grounds there. But seriously who is so stupid to friend their boss…I’ve never had a boss that I didn’t wish choked on their bigger paycheck, ego, and inept donothingitude. That might be why I’ve been self employed for a decade.
@j1000k- You’re an idiot. First of all, he *was* at work whilst posting it, second of all- which court? Which jurisdiction? It probably isn’t valid precedent, especially if in the US. Also, many people have their bosses on facebook, I do.
bear in mind that “minor” in the united states can mean anyone under the age of 21, which is frankly ridiculous. american alcohol regulation laws are absurd and discriminatory, and in my opinion create more problems than they solve.
i admire matt for taking the law into his own hands and giving young adults the opportunity to enjoy a drink. ben is a lazy and devious little shit, and his facebook post was clearly borne of a personal grudge rather than genuine concern.
vincent, you think Matt’s a hero? Consider this: In a time when unemployment is high, he’s risking his job as well as all of the employees at that establishment by not only breaking the law, but admitting to it in a public place. Not only will all his employees lose their jobs, they will also be branded with the stigma of having worked in a place that served alcohol to minors.
That’s not a hero. That’s an asshole. You don’t fix laws by breaking them.