airport execs abusing their cards

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airport execs abusing their cards

Postby AnthonyBarone » Tue Jan 06, 2009 6:22 pm

Catch this on MSNBC?

Airport Officials Lose Credit Card Use - News-

These sobs were rake up $4500 at a Texas strip club and the head honcho ran up $200,000 on his card alone.

Throw em in the slammer and throw away the key.

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Postby Mogul of Pineapples » Wed Jan 07, 2009 11:21 pm

My question is how do you spend that much at a strip club? Outside of the coastal big cities lap dances run around $20 a pop. This was in That's. At that price that is over 200 dances plus plenty of booze to go along with them.

I never understood that lawsuit against Scores in NYC where some corporate exec from Savvis ran up $240,000 there in one night on his company credit card. How on earth is that even possible at a strip club?

As for me, I haven't been to a strip club since college. Nowadays who can afford them in this economy.
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Postby bikermike » Sun Jan 11, 2009 4:37 pm

Employees milking the employers has been going on forever. Let's not forget either that you don't have to be stealing money to be robbing your employer. What about skipping work when you are on the clock or doing something you're not supposed to. That costs money too.

My buddy up north does snow plowing. It's a small operation with the head owner and my buddy is second below him and a few other part timers after that. My bud's pickup broke down and his boss let him take out his truck instead - brand new diesel with all the bells and whistles. While he's on the clock in his boss's ride he ends up screwing some woman he picked up. I am a man too I know what those urges are like but you can't be out banging some broad while you're getting paid and in someone elses truck at that. I tell you if I were his boss he'd be getting a little physical punishment from me for doing that.

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