] replied to:
>> Re: Can a company force a worker to accept
>> his paycheck via direct deposit?
Can a company "force" a worker to accept a "paycheck" at all? How could
it be, if the "worker" is required to become an "endorser" of company
checks? Don't workers know what "endorsement" means anymore? Why
doesn't the company just make the worker spend his earnings on company
stock certificates? Right, those might be worth something!
> Make your 'employer' PAY you at the end of each day in real money:
> cash-in-hand, each and every day.
This is how "Christians" are supposed to do it. Most of them cannot
even comprehend the concept. I require it, if not prepayment in these
days of rip-offs and no morality. What am I talking about?!! I'm still
not used to my new condition, that of being so steenkin' rich I cannot
determine what it means!! I went from a life of poverty to an
embarrassment of riches pretty recently, except it's a process that,
like a speeding train, you don't give much thought to at the beginning.
Now that I see how to do it, in a Land of Imagineers, and now that I
know there is no legal tender capable of being imposed by law upon me,
now that I know HJR 192 was repealed and the effects thereof, I cannot
see why anyone would devote the time necessary to "be employed", by
human or fictional entity. Some would say I "made $3,088" the other day
- all I know is, I will receive something physical that will leave me
feeling well-compensated for my time and efforts, and it's all "legal"!
Yesterday I witnessed the creation and receipt of $6 merely by one human
writing "$6" on a line that said, "Amount". The recipient thanked the
one doing the scribbling, for without it the paper would have been
worthless. I used to assume that those symbols ($6) meant 6 FRNs with
ones in the corners, or two FRNs, one with a 5 in the corners and one
with a 1 in the corners. But now we know that is not a certainty. And
we don't yet know what a court (or ex-cab driver) would order delivered
to one who refused to waive any rights for any cause or reason if $6,000
were at issue.
> [After all, you are already
> extending 'credit' to your 'employer' from the time you physically
> perform the actual work to the time you get paid for it; how much is
> that 'float' already potentially worth to the 'employer'?]
People want to ignore these uncomfortable facts, and they are generally
ignorant of the ramifications of these voluntary relationships in the
commercial jurisdiction. In order to appear knowledgeable, they will
often use commercial terms of art to speak about their activities and
then they express surprise when taken at their word. For example, they
use the word "dollar" a lot differently than I do.
> Fred Marshall <fredm07@...> wrote:
> > I work in Georgia, and I'm being told that I will no longer
> receive a
> > regular paycheck, but that I need to start getting it directly
> > into a bank account by a certain date. I resent this, as I don't
> > banks, and don't buy the old "it's more convenient" argument.
> > Any ideas?
1. What's not to trust a bank for, when you are already willing to work
in Georgia for nothing but the chance to be a speculator in an already
failed fiat currency? It's not like you're leaving anything they'd want
to steal from you, like gold or silver coins.
2. Do you think your imaginary numbers represent enough real value for
specific bank personnel to take the time to alter your numbers on a
custom basis, or do you think that they rob everyone of imaginary
3. What benefit would they have for cheating and reducing your imaginary
number, when their business relies upon you making that number grow?
4. If I realized that I had been working in Georgia for nothing, I might
empathize with the slaves of 200 years ago, and I might be so ticked off
I might try to see what "other than gold or silver coin" the law would
have me satisfied with today, so long as it could be shown I'm not a
willing volunteer for confiscation through bogus non-legal tender FRNs.
As of now, I'll only voluntarily accept gold or silver coins, or other
trade items I prefer at the time.