So how does that fatherly advice help Baldo’s and Jing’s case with Jake?
He should be complaining to Mr. Rod not his father.
So that’s their names? Jing and Jake?
Sounds like it’s time for the other workers to gang up on Jake and make his work life miserable until he starts to do his job.
Or talk to the boss and say either Jake starts pulling his weight or they’ll all walk. It’s not like there aren’t any other auto parts stores to work at.
Think of it as training for all your later jobs.
Does “everyone “ include Jake then?
Think of it as training for living in the world.
Matthew 20:1-16 . . . sorry, just couldn’t resist ;-)
Jake’s gotta be a democrap…
So how’s that socialism society working for you?
Not everyone thinks it’s unfair. Jake thinks the system is working fine. It’s up to the boss to see what’s going on and motivate or fire Jake
Jake does not think it is unfair. Baldo needs to make his boss aware of the situation.
This is a good example of socialism in action.
I’m sorry, when I read papi’s reply in the last 2 panels, I heard Dr. Zoidberg, and now I can’t un-hear it.