In the state of Virginia if you are working for a private co. that sells do they have to pay severance pay>?

Question by Michelle: In the state of Virginia if you are working for a private co. that sells do they have to pay severance pay>?
The company is a hotel and is seasonal through October 31. But they have decided to sell and close August 31 instead should they have to pay severance pay to employees due to closing earlier due to being sold

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Answer by dusty_titus
Its possible that “some” employees may get severance pay – the long term management and those w/contracts. If you are an “at will” employee, no – you will not get any extra pay.

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how much do servers working at the hotels make? whats the best hotel to work at in Virginia.?

Question by SuperCobra: how much do servers working at the hotels make? whats the best hotel to work at in Virginia.?

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Answer by audioworld
they make minium wage

Best is the Hyatt in Crystal City, Va…a lot of celebs and great tip

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How much do servers working at the hotels make? whats the best hotel to work at in Virginia.?

Question by SuperCobra: How much do servers working at the hotels make? whats the best hotel to work at in Virginia.?

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Answer by venki
The average pay for servers at Virginia is $ 6.50 – $ 9.00/hour .
There are a number of Hotels like Fazoli’s Italian Restaurant,Charton Management, Inc (Burger King),Ryan’s.

For Job openings , please visit the following sites ;-

hospitality.careerbuilder.com/hp.ic/WestVirginia/ – 144k

jobs.msn.careerbuilder.com/al.ic/WestVirginia_Hospitality-Hotel.htm – 109k

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20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1435 – piece of wood to level headlight

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1435 – piece of wood to level headlight
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Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
I never would have noticed, but Matthew said the replacement headlight was pointing a bit too low. Part if this is that the metal parts that hold it to the body are bent up and damaged. I think one of the places it screws in doesn’t exist anymore or something. So he grabbed a random piece of wood to prop it up. It works. He then put some camouflage duct tape on it… But that fell off when the winter weather got to it.

leveling.
Pontiac Bonneville 1993 car, blinker, bumper, headlight, wood.

garage, Matthew G’s house, McLean, Virginia.

February 2, 2010.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com

BACKSTORY: Clint’s car came back from the body shop totaled, after hitting a deer on the way back from a party at Dirk’s. He bought a new fender ( + S/H), headlight ( + S/H), and blinker (not pictured, ), and, with GREAT HELP from his friend Matthew G, got it fixed for 0 (which includes another for bolts and bulbs at the hardware store). Meanwhile, Farmer’s Insurance paid him out 50 (they would have paid out 0 more if I’d let them keep it). Major profit! Well, right after the snow melted, his tie rod broke, and sway rod was about to break, so it was another 0 on top of that. But still: $ ~700 out, 50 in. Major profit.

Even if I could somehow gotten a car as good as mine for half of what they paid me, this was STILL the most economical route.

Let this be a lesson to people who let their insurance "total" their car, and then go out and buy a new one, pretending that they are helpless and "have" to. Or those that buy a new car because they feel the repairs are worth more than their existing car (which is fallacious financial logic anyway). To them I say, BULLPUCKEY! One more lesson that reinforces the concept that doing things the "normal" way is almost never the most perseonally advantageous way. Thank you, "Bob", for your great SLACK! I got paid to total my car! Making a million dollars every time you make a mistake is one of the definitions of SLACK, and this was pretty damnc lose.

Of course, the car immediately broke (tie rod fell out) upon it’s first post-snowpocalypse drive, incurring an additional 0 (tie rods, sway bar, towing that would have been free if my car wasn’t already totaled). Even with the additional 0 expense, I am *STILL* 00 ahead! That’ll definitely pay for more freon this summer. Amazing what going against the grain will get you these days.

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1426 – Clint – working on his car

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1426 – Clint – working on his car
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Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
I’m happy because Matthew gave me an easy task: Removing a broken fender is way easier than installing a new one 🙂

He has a VERY well-stocked garage, in terms of tools required to work on a car. There were things I’d never seen or heard of. Plus I got to play with his guns; Surpringly, I’d never held a real gun before.

Clint.
fixing, screwing, smiling.
Pontiac Bonneville 1993 car, fender, ratchet.

garage, Matthew G’s house, McLean, Virginia.

February 2, 2010.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com

BACKSTORY: Clint’s car came back from the body shop totaled, after hitting a deer on the way back from a party at Dirk’s. He bought a new fender ( + S/H), headlight ( + S/H), and blinker (not pictured, ), and, with GREAT HELP from his friend Matthew G, got it fixed for 0 (which includes another for bolts and bulbs at the hardware store). Meanwhile, Farmer’s Insurance paid him out 50 (they would have paid out 0 more if I’d let them keep it). Major profit! Well, right after the snow melted, his tie rod broke, and sway rod was about to break, so it was another 0 on top of that. But still: $ ~700 out, 50 in. Major profit.

Even if I could somehow gotten a car as good as mine for half of what they paid me, this was STILL the most economical route.

Let this be a lesson to people who let their insurance "total" their car, and then go out and buy a new one, pretending that they are helpless and "have" to. Or those that buy a new car because they feel the repairs are worth more than their existing car (which is fallacious financial logic anyway). To them I say, BULLPUCKEY! One more lesson that reinforces the concept that doing things the "normal" way is almost never the most perseonally advantageous way. Thank you, "Bob", for your great SLACK! I got paid to total my car! Making a million dollars every time you make a mistake is one of the definitions of SLACK, and this was pretty damnc lose.

Of course, the car immediately broke (tie rod fell out) upon it’s first post-snowpocalypse drive, incurring an additional 0 (tie rods, sway bar, towing that would have been free if my car wasn’t already totaled). Even with the additional 0 expense, I am *STILL* 00 ahead! That’ll definitely pay for more freon this summer. Amazing what going against the grain will get you these days.

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1434 – headlight & fender now on, mostly

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1434 – headlight & fender now on, mostly
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Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
Fender and headlight and blinker now on! There was this damned horrible screw that I tried to get screwed for 10 minutes, dropping it like 10 times. Finally, Matthew declared, "I’m tired of your shenanigans", and went in and got it screwed tn in one try.

Clint.
fixing.
Pontiac Bonneville 1993 car, headlight.

garage, Matthew G’s house, McLean, Virginia.

February 2, 2010.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com

BACKSTORY: Clint’s car came back from the body shop totaled, after hitting a deer on the way back from a party at Dirk’s. He bought a new fender ( + S/H), headlight ( + S/H), and blinker (not pictured, ), and, with GREAT HELP from his friend Matthew G, got it fixed for 0 (which includes another for bolts and bulbs at the hardware store).Meanwhile, Farmer’s Insurance paid him out 50 (they would have paid out 0 more if I’d let them keep it). Major profit! Well, right after the snow melted, his tie rod broke, and sway rod was about to break, so it was another 0 on top of that. But still: $ ~700 out, 50 in. Major profit.

Even if I could somehow gotten a car as good as mine for half of what they paid me, this was STILL the most economical route.

Let this be a lesson to people who let their insurance "total" their car, and then go out and buy a new one, pretending that they are helpless and "have" to. Or those that buy a new car because they feel the repairs are worth more than their existing car (which is fallacious financial logic anyway). To them I say, BULLPUCKEY! One more lesson that reinforces the concept that doing things the "normal" way is almost never the most perseonally advantageous way. Thank you, "Bob", for your great SLACK! I got paid to total my car! Making a million dollars every time you make a mistake is one of the definitions of SLACK, and this was pretty damnc lose.

Of course, the car immediately broke (tie rod fell out) upon it’s first post-snowpocalypse drive, incurring an additional 0 (tie rods, sway bar, towing that would have been free if my car wasn’t already totaled). Even with the additional 0 expense, I am *STILL* 00 ahead! That’ll definitely pay for more freon this summer. Amazing what going against the grain will get you these days.

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1428 – Clint – ratchet

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1428 – Clint – ratchet
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Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
What a great time of the year to work on a car! I got to bring messy snow into Matthew’s garage.

And no, my bumper is not broken. It just has nothing to attach to yet, since there is no fender there. It was held up with duct tape for a couple months, during which it was only used when Carolyn’s car had problems. This included a 2nd Dirk party where we drove in the snow with no headlight physically in the car. I just left the snow covering it, so it looked like I was negligent in cleaning my headlights off, rather than outright non-complaint in driving a blatantly illegal vehicle around town 🙂

Clint.
fixing.
Pontiac Bonneville 1993 car, bumper, fender, ratchet.

garage, Matthew G’s house, McLean, Virginia.

February 2, 2010.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com

BACKSTORY: Clint’s car came back from the body shop totaled, after hitting a deer on the way back from a party at Dirk’s. He bought a new fender ( + S/H), headlight ( + S/H), and blinker (not pictured, ), and, with GREAT HELP from his friend Matthew G, got it fixed for 0 (which includes another for bolts and bulbs at the hardware store). Meanwhile, Farmer’s Insurance paid him out 50 (they would have paid out 0 more if I’d let them keep it). Major profit! Well, right after the snow melted, his tie rod broke, and sway rod was about to break, so it was another 0 on top of that. But still: $ ~700 out, 50 in. Major profit.

Even if I could somehow gotten a car as good as mine for half of what they paid me, this was STILL the most economical route.

Let this be a lesson to people who let their insurance "total" their car, and then go out and buy a new one, pretending that they are helpless and "have" to. Or those that buy a new car because they feel the repairs are worth more than their existing car (which is fallacious financial logic anyway). To them I say, BULLPUCKEY! One more lesson that reinforces the concept that doing things the "normal" way is almost never the most perseonally advantageous way. Thank you, "Bob", for your great SLACK! I got paid to total my car! Making a million dollars every time you make a mistake is one of the definitions of SLACK, and this was pretty damnc lose.

Of course, the car immediately broke (tie rod fell out) upon it’s first post-snowpocalypse drive, incurring an additional 0 (tie rods, sway bar, towing that would have been free if my car wasn’t already totaled). Even with the additional 0 expense, I am *STILL* 00 ahead! That’ll definitely pay for more freon this summer. Amazing what going against the grain will get you these days.

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1437 – all done!

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1437 – all done!
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Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
All done! I have a legally driveable car again!!!

You can still see where I had previously duct taped the bumper to the hood.

Pontiac Bonneville 1993 car, blinker, bumper, fender, headlight, tire.

garage, Matthew G’s house, McLean, Virginia.

February 2, 2010.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com

BACKSTORY: Clint’s car came back from the body shop totaled, after hitting a deer on the way back from a party at Dirk’s. He bought a new fender ( + S/H), headlight ( + S/H), and blinker (not pictured, ), and, with GREAT HELP from his friend Matthew G, got it fixed for 0 (which includes another for bolts and bulbs at the hardware store). Meanwhile, Farmer’s Insurance paid him out 50 (they would have paid out 0 more if I’d let them keep it). Major profit! Well, right after the snow melted, his tie rod broke, and sway rod was about to break, so it was another 0 on top of that. But still: $ ~700 out, 50 in. Major profit.

Even if I could somehow gotten a car as good as mine for half of what they paid me, this was STILL the most economical route.

Let this be a lesson to people who let their insurance "total" their car, and then go out and buy a new one, pretending that they are helpless and "have" to. Or those that buy a new car because they feel the repairs are worth more than their existing car (which is fallacious financial logic anyway). To them I say, BULLPUCKEY! One more lesson that reinforces the concept that doing things the "normal" way is almost never the most perseonally advantageous way. Thank you, "Bob", for your great SLACK! I got paid to total my car! Making a million dollars every time you make a mistake is one of the definitions of SLACK, and this was pretty damnc lose.

Of course, the car immediately broke (tie rod fell out) upon it’s first post-snowpocalypse drive, incurring an additional 0 (tie rods, sway bar, towing that would have been free if my car wasn’t already totaled). Even with the additional 0 expense, I am *STILL* 00 ahead! That’ll definitely pay for more freon this summer. Amazing what going against the grain will get you these days.

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1436 – all done!

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1436 – all done!
Virginia Insurance
Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
All done! I have a legally driveable car again!!!

You can still see where I had previously duct taped the bumper to the hood.

Pontiac Bonneville 1993 car, blinker, bumper, fender, headlight, tire.

garage, Matthew G’s house, McLean, Virginia.

February 2, 2010.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com

BACKSTORY: Clint’s car came back from the body shop totaled, after hitting a deer on the way back from a party at Dirk’s. He bought a new fender ( + S/H), headlight ( + S/H), and blinker (not pictured, ), and, with GREAT HELP from his friend Matthew G, got it fixed for 0 (which includes another for bolts and bulbs at the hardware store). Meanwhile, Farmer’s Insurance paid him out 50 (they would have paid out 0 more if I’d let them keep it). Major profit! Well, right after the snow melted, his tie rod broke, and sway rod was about to break, so it was another 0 on top of that. But still: $ ~700 out, 50 in. Major profit.

Even if I could somehow gotten a car as good as mine for half of what they paid me, this was STILL the most economical route.

Let this be a lesson to people who let their insurance "total" their car, and then go out and buy a new one, pretending that they are helpless and "have" to. Or those that buy a new car because they feel the repairs are worth more than their existing car (which is fallacious financial logic anyway). To them I say, BULLPUCKEY! One more lesson that reinforces the concept that doing things the "normal" way is almost never the most perseonally advantageous way. Thank you, "Bob", for your great SLACK! I got paid to total my car! Making a million dollars every time you make a mistake is one of the definitions of SLACK, and this was pretty damnc lose.

Of course, the car immediately broke (tie rod fell out) upon it’s first post-snowpocalypse drive, incurring an additional 0 (tie rods, sway bar, towing that would have been free if my car wasn’t already totaled). Even with the additional 0 expense, I am *STILL* 00 ahead! That’ll definitely pay for more freon this summer. Amazing what going against the grain will get you these days.

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1427 – Clint – working on his car

20100202 – working on the car – GEDC1427 – Clint – working on his car
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Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
The fender is now removed, but in order to save ourselves from having to make a trip to the hardware store, I took off the old bolts. Of course we were still short, and had to make a quick trip to the hardware store regardless.

Clint.
fixing, screwing.
Pontiac Bonneville 1993 car, bumper, fender, needlenose pliers, ratchet, screwdriver.

garage, Matthew G’s house, McLean, Virginia.

February 2, 2010.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com

BACKSTORY: Clint’s car came back from the body shop totaled, after hitting a deer on the way back from a party at Dirk’s. He bought a new fender ( + S/H), headlight ( + S/H), and blinker (not pictured, ), and, with GREAT HELP from his friend Matthew G, got it fixed for 0 (which includes another for bolts andbulbs at the hardware store). Meanwhile, Farmer’s Insurance paid him out 50 (they would have paid out 0 more if I’d let them keep it). Major profit! Well, right after the snow melted, his tie rod broke, and sway rod was about to break, so it was another 0 on top of that. But still: $ ~700 out, 50 in. Major profit.

Even if I could somehow gotten a car as good as mine for half of what they paid me, this was STILL the most economical route.

Let this be a lesson to people who let their insurance "total" their car, and then go out and buy a new one, pretending that they are helpless and "have" to. Or those that buy a new car because they feel the repairs are worth more than their existing car (which is fallacious financial logic anyway). To them I say, BULLPUCKEY! One more lesson that reinforces the concept that doing things the "normal" way is almost never the most perseonally advantageous way. Thank you, "Bob", for your great SLACK! I got paid to total my car! Making a million dollars every time you make a mistake is one of the definitions of SLACK, and this was pretty damnc lose.

Of course, the car immediately broke (tie rod fell out) upon it’s first post-snowpocalypse drive, incurring an additional 0 (tie rods, sway bar, towing that would have been free if my car wasn’t already totaled). Even with the additional 0 expense, I am *STILL* 00 ahead! That’ll definitely pay for more freon this summer. Amazing what going against the grain will get you these days.