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This entry isn't really Aikido related, but I feel that it tests my Aiki anyway.
One of the people whi treated me like crap at my work, just up and quit for no reason. I asked the manager if this meens that I'll be promoted, and he basically said "Hell No!" in his own words. I've been there for about 3 years now, and I had to ask for a raise 2 1/2 years after starting, and even then It was basically not even worth asking for because it was a small amount. My feancee works part time, and makes more money than I do working full time (i'm setting a stage for the differences in employers). She gets raises basically every quarter year. We are trying to save up to get a place together, but its hard when we are both classified as working poor. How doublesided this world is. You need money to get money.