Friday, October 7, 2016
Accused of Misconduct
29th January 2015
I yesterday received word from the labor board that I will retain my benefits as I may not be accused of misconduct. This finding is not set in stone as the company still has one appeal left but a reversal of the decision is unlikely.
I can, however, confidently move on with my complaint of retaliation.
On another topic, I gave that script to (other person) some two years ago and in two years time he never found fit to read the volume. I can understand his family taking priority, but at some point I do need to give up on him.
I’ll grant this to be one of the bitter situations of my life given how rarely I can get people to read my work. Still, at some point I have to say that if he wasn’t going to read it he probably should have said so and not given me the run around.
Well, I guess then the question is: should I give up on him reading my work? I can’t imagine it will do me any good to remind him further.
Hope for the rain,
Richard Leland Neal