Very Disappointed & Embarrased.....

Decorating By vanz Updated 14 Jan 2009 , 3:17pm by MrsMissey

SweetHeather Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 1:13am
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THIS THREAD IS "STILL" GOING ON????????? Ok. Seriously. I want to throw up. Let's move on already. What a waste of time this thread is.

KrissieCakes Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 1:30am
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dkelly - here is the link to the Viking cooking school. I don't know exactly where in the NE you are, but in the pull down menu of locations I saw one in NY, NJ, and PA. I've taken quite a few wine fueled classes there! icon_smile.gif Never taken thier cake classes though!

Gotta love the thread within a thread! The original one has become so ridiculous, but it's keeping me entertained!

Deb_ Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 1:54am
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Thanks krissieCakes for that link...........that looks awesome I wish there was one closer, I'm in MA icon_sad.gif

ooops........sorry all, major thread hijack, BUT at least we've mellowed the tone a bit thumbs_up.gif

Carolynlovescake Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 2:12am
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I've had a few people e-mail me off forums asking the same question so I'm going to just post here for all of them to read and for anyone else who wondered but didn't ask.

The question
What would you have done if it was you class and it was your student?

My answer

I'm sorry ____ but our policy states that I can not have you here with your daughter. Unfortunately we are tight on time now I am going to make the exception that Lesson 1 be mandatory to attend the rest of the lessons:

Here are the options

a) You can come to the next C3, L1 that I am teaching.

b) If management will allow me to schedule an opportunity to do a make up class for you we can do that.

I will let my manager know your extenuating circumstances tonight and as to why you were not here for the class and we'll get it worked out.

Since we learn to make the fondant rose centers that night I'd just make 3 of them for her and keep them. Then the next week I'd bring them for her and do a review on how to make them and have her do a few more on her own.

If she would have pressed it I would have done my back up alternative, divert to the manager on duty and let them make the call of the student staying with a child or not. If the manager said she could stay then I get the MOD's written ok on the tracking form that they would be signingfor the night. If the MOD said "sorry" I'd note that as well on the tracking form.

As much as I don't care if the child is there or not it's already been made clear to me by breaking the rules it's a write up and after enough write up's I'll be fired.

I know they mean business because the WMI I replaced was fired on the spot after many talking too's, write up's etc.

I need my job and I can't risk breaking the policy no matter how much I might not like it or might not agree with it. I think that is something many of us here can relate to.

sillyjodes Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 3:45am
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Originally Posted by Jamie85364

Originally Posted by sillyjodes

This thread is full of hate speech and should not be allowed to continue.

That's a lttle dramatic...and untrue.

Definition of hate speech as I understand it: Bigoted speech attacking or disparaging a social or ethnic group or a member of such a group.

Children are a social group. Ageism is sometimes used to define discrimination against any certain age group; however, most often, it is just used as a definition of discrimination against the elderly. I believe adultism is the more proper term for discrimination of children.
Saying you "Loathe" a group based on age is hate speech. Just replace "children" with "elderly" in many of the posts and you'll see what I mean.

jibbies Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 3:57am
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Jibbies it's good to see your post, I was recently wondering where you've been. I guess I just missed you icon_wink.gif[/quote]

Thanks, dkelley 27, I've been here just silent, Seems we have been a little heavy on drama and have lost sight of our main goal, cakers HELPING cakers
but I couldn't resist the popcorn, Its been icon_eek.gif 8 icon_eek.gif pages so far!!! Oops make that 9


Lenette Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 3:57am
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has anyone tried peanut butter popcorn?

Ooo or maybe cinnamon and sugar???

That sounds yummy! icon_biggrin.gif

KrissieCakes Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 4:06am
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Let's make it 10 pages! I think this is my 100th post. So excited it's on this thread! icon_smile.gif

JanH Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 4:13am
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Congrats on your new ranking, KrissieCakes. icon_smile.gif

summernoelle Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 4:15am
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Originally Posted by SweetHeather

THIS THREAD IS "STILL" GOING ON????????? Ok. Seriously. I want to throw up. Let's move on already. What a waste of time this thread is.

Amen Heather!

I want to try some cinnamon sugar popcorn-that sounds good! Pass it over...

cakesdelight Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 4:50am
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Originally Posted by Jamie85364

Threads this long and pointless are probably a contributing factor to why this site is slow. I think Jackie and Heath and the other mods should just delete these, and they wouldn't have server issues! icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif


chutzpah Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 5:53am
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Originally Posted by Kitagrl

Funny, isn't it...that people who hate kids used to be a kid themselves.... maybe they just had a rough childhood. *shrugs*

This is always the number one argument used by folks who think kid-haters should be shot.

As you can see, it doesn't exactly hold water:

Yes, I used to be a kid, but why then am I required to love children.

I used to be a teenager. Does that mean I'm supposed to like all teens.

I have lived in both Michigan and Virginia. I certainly don't love all Michiganders or Virginians.

I live in a European country. Am I now required to like all other Europeans. Or better yet, all ex-pats living overseas?

I am a Jew. Is it also a requirement to like all other Jews?

Lots of normal, well-adjusted people dislike kids. Lots of normal, well-adjusted people who had a normal, happy childhood dislike kids.

FromScratch Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 6:13am
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Gather a bunch of people from all walks of life.. add in the anonymity of the internet and what do you expect?

BCJean Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 6:38am
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Originally Posted by vanz

I want to make a complain about her but I decided at this point not to waste my time on her. I just want to vent it out here....

Mission accomplished. Vent was heard.

Evidently others also felt the need to vent. No one is asking anyone else to agree with them....just venting.

littlecake Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 7:28am
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wow this is like watching "the view"......we need whoopie to moderate....

i love me some whoopie.

Lenette Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 9:57am
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I always wonder what those fancy flavors of popcorn are like and more importantly, how they are made. Seems like they would go soft quickly... I must take the time to experiment soon!

What cakes do ya'll have for this weekend? I picked up two orders with the same color scheme. That doesn't happen to me very often!


MrsMissey Posted 14 Jan 2009 , 3:17pm
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This thread has now been locked as it has gone way off the original topic. Thanks for your input everyone!

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